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New Student Organization Meeting
Every other year, OSLA accepts applications for new student organizations. The purpose of the New Student Organization Meeting is to discuss with organization candidates what is required to start a new student organization and the process. There will be two virtual meetings in the fall semester before OSLA collects applications in spring 2021.
Topic: How to Start a New Student Organization
Cure Sickle Cell Now Move-On Event
The Howard University Center for Sickle Cell Disease has re-imagined its signature event, the Cure Sickle Cell Now Move-On. This year’s event will be virtual and take place throughout the month of September via Facebook Live.
LGBTQ+ Inclusion for Faculty/Staff Training
Understanding inclusive language prepares faculty and staff to interact with a variety of Howard University identities. Inclusive gender and sexuality language specifically can help to create and maintain safe spaces. Here at Howard, students may identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or transgender, or non-binary and the language we use can either encourage or discourage safe space. Attend the LGBTQ+ Inclusion Training to learn more! This training is open to faculty and staff only and will be facilitated by the Director of the Mayor's Office for LGBTQ Affairs.
Dark & Lovely and Howard University Presents Brukwine for Bison
Howard University and L’Oréal, USA Dark and Lovely present #BrukwineForBison - a Caribbean-inspired dance workout featuring Brooklyn’s own BrukWine, scheduled Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. ET. The event will raise needed aid for Howard University students who have been affected by the pandemic. During the workout party, participants can make live donations to the HUAA Emergency Scholarship Fund and sign up to receive product giveaways ($200).
Howard University's Blk Womxn's Summit, #SayOurNames
Coordinated by the Office of the Dean of the Chapel at Howard, Howard University’s Black Womxn’s Summit: #SayOurNames, is a day-long intergenerational and intra-racial virtual summit that seeks to address the issues related to sexism, racism and police brutality that impact Black womxn.
Free Live Webinar: Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course
This FREE 8-hour live course is being offered as part of the Howard University Prescribers Training and Capacity Building Assistance Program, which aims to establish a sustainable opioid addiction treatment provider network in the District of Columbia by increasing the number of providers who treat opioid use disorder in primary care settings. This course covers all treatments and medications for opioid use disorder.
The ASAM Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course is designed to: