College of Medicine

GRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINAR SERIES: The Graduate Library: Finding Your Way to Founders


Founder's Library Digital Classroom

Graduate students increasingly rely on digital resources and have limited engagement with the physical space of libraries, librarians and current bibliographic research tools. This workshop exposes graduate students to the University libraries as a critical resource for expanding the development of literature reviews, bibliographies and the correct usage of databases and research software in Founders Library. Participants will learn the resources of Founders, the Graduate Library of Howard, as well as all of the university libraries and consortium partners.

Location

Founder's Library Digital Classroom

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Howard University Graduate School
Phone: 2028064676
Email: jamie.triplin@howard.edu

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GRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINAR SERIES: Whose Line is It?: Plagiarism Pitfalls & Prevention


Founder's Library Digital Classroom

Graduate students express diverse understandings of intellectual ethics and research integrity. All Howard University Graduate students must complete RCR training, which heightens awareness of plagiarism. This workshop provides concentrated emphasis to establish a plagiarism-free campus. Participants will learn distinctions between common plagiarism pitfalls, habits and academic requirements and gain prevention strategies. Instructors: Constance M. Ellison, Ph.D., M.S. Senior Associate Graduate Dean Professor of Educational Psychology Sylvia McDonald-Kaufman, Esq.

Location

Founder's Library Digital Classroom

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Howard University Graduate School
Phone: 2028064676
Email: jamie.triplin@howard.edu

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The Graduate School Alumni Breakfast


Interdisciplinary Research Building

Are you alumni of the Howard University Graduate School? Meet up with other alum for breakfast homecoming weekend at the Interdisciplinary Research Building. We encourage you to stay and view the homecoming parade from the IRB starting at 10am (It's right on the parade route). Be sure to wear your festive Howard University colors in celebration!

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 202-806-4676
Email: lgjones@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Jamie A. Triplin
Phone: 202-806-4670
Email: jamie.triplin@howard.edu

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International Conference on Stigma


Cramton Auditorium
More Information

Join us for the youth-focused 10th Annual International Conference on Stigma at Howard University on Friday November 22, 2019.

For more information, visit whocanyoutell.org

 

Location

Cramton Auditorium

Cost

How to RSVP

More Information

Email: hupeds@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

International Conference on Stigma
Phone: 202-865-4578
Email: hupeds@howard.edu

College of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Seminar


Howard University Cancer Center Room 201

Guest Speaker: Dr. Shaolei Teng Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 2:00pm Where: Howard University Cancer Center Room 201 Seminar Title: "Analysis of Sequence Variations Associated with Psychiatric Disorders"

Location

Howard University Cancer Center Room 201

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Dr. Kwabi-Addo or Mrs. Jackson-Wilson
Phone: 2028063841
Email: amjackson@howard.edu

College of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Seminar


Howard University Cancer Center

Seminar Guest Speaker: Dr. Byung Chung on September 19, 2019 Seminar Title: "Keratin 19 Regulates Cell Cycle Pathway and Sensitivity of Breast Cancer Cells to CDK Inhibitors" Location and Time: Howard University Cancer Center room 201 from 2pm to 3pm See attached flyer

Location

Howard University Cancer Center

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Dr. Kwabi-Addo or Mrs. Jackson-Wilson
Phone: (202) 806-3841
Email: amjackson@howard.edu

Howard University School of Business Sports & Entertainment Summit


Howard University School of Business Auditorium
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Howard University’s School of Business will be hosting its 2nd Annual Business of Sports and Entertainment Summit Thursday, September 19th, from 9-4pm in the SOB Auditorium! You will have the opportunity of a lifetime to network with various sports & entertainment companies such as NBA, NFL, ATLANTIC RECORDS, MAYBACH MUSIC GROUP (MMG), TWITCH, ESSENCE, and MORE! Expect to indulge in their viewpoints of the business and ask them ALL of your burning questions. Job and internship opportunities will be available This is a free event!

Location

Howard University School of Business Auditorium

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

More Information

Organization

Contact

Howard University SOB and HUSE Council
Phone: 574-226-5707
Email: crystal.smith1@bison.howard.edu

Web

Event website

Forming an HU Team to Participate in the 2019 Annual DC Regional Public Health Case Challenge


415 College Street NW

The DC Public Health Case Challenge is a National Academy of Medicine sponsored event that aims to promote interdisciplinary, problem-based learning around a public health issue that faces the local Washington, DC, community. Universities in the DC area form teams consisting of five to six members from at least three disciplines. We are currently forming the HU team to participate in this event.

Location

415 College Street NW

Cost

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Anna Allen
Phone: 202-806-6957
Email: anna.allen@howard.edu

Web

Event website

THE 2019 ANNUAL EDWARD BOUCHET NATIONAL GRADUATE FORUM DISCIPLINES-IN-DIALOGUE IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE


Interdisciplinary Research Building & WHUT Studios

Disciplines-in-Dialogue in the Public Sphere

Academic disciplines refer to branches of learning that have a tradition or history of inquiry that uses a distinct method to determine how information is gathered, interpreted, and shared. Each discipline has its own discourse community. But we know that the best intellectual inquiry cuts across artificially constructed categories of disciplines, eschewing the notion that knowledge and knowledge production are discrete. So, what happens when discourse communities connect, intersect, and/or collide?

Location

Interdisciplinary Research Building & WHUT Studios

Cost

How to RSVP

Email: graduate.school.student.affairs@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Howard University Graduate School
Phone: 2028064670
Email: jamie.triplin@howard.edu

Web

Howard University Opioid Symposium & Naloxone Administration Training


Cramton Auditorium - Howard University

Earn up to 6 CE credits
Hands-on Naloxone Administration Training

Location

Cramton Auditorium - Howard University

Cost

How to RSVP

Phone: 2028064210
Email: bhailemeskel@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Professional Education
Phone: 2028064214
Email: bhailemeskel@howard.edu

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