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Caribbean-U.S. Relations following the Election of President Donald Trump


Sidley Austin LLP

Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Place: Sidley Austin LLP
Address: 1501 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Location

Sidley Austin LLP

Cost

Organization

Contact

The Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Phone: (202) 639-8880
Email: admin@wbadc.org

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Election Day!


Bison Web

It's Election Day! Log into Bison Web and vote for your next Student Government, Student Trustee and Council Representatives!

Location

Bison Web

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

General Elections Commission and the Office of Student Life & Activities
Phone: 2028069687
Email: huecelections@gmail.com

Integrating Health and Education to Reduce Disparities: Emerging Models


Webinar

Join us for an introduction to innovative school/healthcare partnerships aimed at improving child health and educational outcomes in three US cities. Further your understanding on how health and educational disparities are intertwined. There will be 6 presenataters including Priscilla Chan, MD, Co-Founder, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative & CEO, The Primary School and Luisa Buada, RN, BSN, MPH, CEO, Ravenswood Family Health Center
To register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7702578512346561026

Location

Webinar

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

DC-Baltimore Research Center on Child Health Disparities (Howard University)
Phone: 202-369-6307
Email: agaskin@howard.edu

Founders Fellowship Annual Research Presentation


Howard University School of Social Work

The Howard University School of Social Work presents the 2017 Founders Fellowship Annual Research Presentation - "A Study on Sex Trafficking: Assessing Graduate Students' Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions of Sex Trafficking" by Ms. Shana Edwards, 2016-2017 Founders Fellow. The presentation will be held on Monday, April 3, 2017 in the School of Social Work faculty lounge (3rd floor) at 12:00. The Founders Fellowship is generously funded by a gift from Camille O. Hanks Cosby and William H. Cosby Jr.

Location

Howard University School of Social Work

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

School of Social Work
Phone: 2028064739
Email: kenya.morris@howard.edu

Research Week 2017 - Research Symposium


The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center

The Annual Research Symposium is the highlight of Howard University Research Week 2017. During the research symposium, students, faculty, and research staff will discuss their research findings with each other, external visitors from various federal agencies, private industry, and surrounding universities. Prizes will be awarded for winning presentations in several categories.

Location

The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

The Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Graduate Studies
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: huresearchweek@howard.edu

Congressional Black Caucus - HBCU Listening tour


Founders Library

Next Monday (April 3, 2017), a Student Town Hall will be conducted by the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Founder’s Library at 3:00pm. This is part of a national tour, and will focus on the political climate, advocacy, and will address concerns raised by students.

Location

Founders Library

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Howard University External Affairs
Phone: 202-806-2544
Email: aquila.powell@howard.edu

Research Week 2017 - Forum on Contributions of Business Research to Entrepreneurship Success


The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center - Reading Room

This forum will facilitate discussion with Howard University School of Business scholars whose research contributes to entrepreneurship success. With the first look at research from the School of Business, the goal is to build a network of researchers across the schools and colleges at Howard University to enhance interdisciplinary research on entrepreneurship from multiple facets to meet the needs of the entrepreneurial community.

Location

The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center - Reading Room

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

The Office of the Associate Provost for Research & Graduate Studies
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: huresearchweek@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Week 2017- Discovering African Genomic Diversity- Dr. Fatimah Jackson


The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center- The Gallery Lounge

A workshop will be held during Research Week (pending IRB approval) to collect DNA samples from saliva from individuals of African descent and obtain information on their ancestry and health. Talks on the topic will be given, information on genetics and genomics distributed, and African-centered cultural events provided. The goal of the DNA collection is to generate a comprehensive African genomic reference database and the goal of the supplemental activities is to raise community awareness of the role of ancestry in the development of precision medicine.

Location

The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center- The Gallery Lounge

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

The Office of the Associate Provost for Research & Graduate Studies
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: huresearchweek@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Week 2017- Inside-Out- Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad


The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center - The Ballroom

Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology & Criminology will headline a three-part symposium discussing her three Inside-Out Courses taught at Howard University- Prisons Inside Out (dealing with incarceration), Juvenile Inside Out (dealing with Juvenile Detention Centers) and Policing Inside-Out (dealing with creating a model to build and maintain community-police trust) and taught in partnership with the International Association of Chiefs of Police – IACP).

Location

The Howard University Armour J. Blackburn Center - The Ballroom

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

The Office of the Associate Provost for Research and Graduate Studies
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: huresearchweek@howard.edu

Web

Event website

Research Week 2017- Team Science Symposium


The Howard University Interdisciplinary Research Building
More Information

The 2017 Team Science Symposium hosted by Howard University Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) Program will be held from 9:00am to 1:00pm in the Interdisciplinary Research Building (IRB). This year’s symposium will focus on building and sustaining basic science collaborations with industry partners and on successfully navigating clinical trials at Howard University. Faculty from all schools and colleges are welcome to attend.

Location

The Howard University Interdisciplinary Research Building

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

More Information

Organization

Contact

Howard University RCMI & The Office of the Associate Provost for Research & Graduate Studies
Phone: 202-806-6000
Email: huresearchweek@howard.edu

Web

Event website
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