College of Medicine

Ethics, Regulatory and Study Implementation for Research involving Human Subjects


Howard University Health Sciences Library

This course is a brief overview of the regulations and ethics involved in conducting human subjects research. It is designed for investigators, study coordinators, and others who are responsible for facilitating and implementing specific components of research studies. The course is free of charge but one must register by creating an account first at: www.SiTELMS.org and search or course Li-0211963.

Location

Howard University Health Sciences Library

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 2028654881
Email: j_otado@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Georgetown-Howard Centers Clinical &Translational Science (GHUCCTS)
Phone: 2028654881
Email: j_otado@howard.edu

Walter Lester Henry, Jr., M.D. 20th Annual Symposium, "The Future of Healthcare Reform in the United States"


W. Lester Henry, Jr., M.D. Auditorium, First Floor - Howard University Hospital

The Keynote Speaker: Mr. Robert Doherty, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, American College of Physicians
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
W. Lester Henry, Jr., MD Auditorium, First Floor
Howard Uiversity Hospital
For additional information, contact: Ray Adams (202)865-1904

Location

W. Lester Henry, Jr., M.D. Auditorium, First Floor - Howard University Hospital

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Sonseeahray (Ray) Adams
Phone: 202-865-1904
Email: sonadams@howard.edu

Thirteenth Annual James M. Nabrit Jr. Lecture Series


Howard University School of Law Moot Court Room

Attorney Kristen Clarke, President and Executive Director of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, will deliver the keynote lecture on Thursday, March 23, at 12:30pm. Her lecture is entitled "Where Do We Go From Here? The Future of Civil Rights Lawyering?" The program will be held in the Moot Court Room of Houston Hall (Building 355 on the law school campus).

Location

Howard University School of Law Moot Court Room

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Office of the Dean, Howard Law School
Phone: (202) 806-8084
Email: jyoung@law.howard.edu

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Dr. Talitha Washington Presents at the National Math Festival


National Math Festival

Dr. Talitha Washington of Howard University’s Department of Mathematics will present "The Mathematics of the 'Hidden Figures'" at 10 am and 1 pm the National Math Festival to be held on Saturday, April 22 at the Washington, DC Convention Center. For more information, see: http://www.nationalmathfestival.org/dr-talitha-washington-howard-univers...

Location

National Math Festival

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

Kirsten Bohl
Phone: 510.499.5181
Email: kbohl@msri.org

HUSA Executive and Graduate & Undergraduate Trustee SpeakOut


Blackburn Digital Auditorium

The 2017 General Elections Commission is hosting a SpeakOut featuring the Howard University Student Association Executive Candidates and the Graduate and Undergraduate Trustee Candidates! Come and hear how these students will represent you!

Location

Blackburn Digital Auditorium

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Gaelle Amazan
Phone: 2028069687
Email: gaelle.amazan@howard.edu

45TH ANNUAL H. NAYLOR FITZHUGH CONFERENCE HARVARD BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP


Harvard University

The Knights Fraternity Incorporated will be selecting 2 Howard University students to travel to the African American Harvard Business Conference located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The conference expenses (travel, lodging, meals during the workshop) will be fully sponsored by the fraternity. This years annual event will be hosted on March 24th and more information can be found on the Harvard African America Student Union website.(http://www.aasuconference.com).

Location

Harvard University

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Knights Fraternity Inc.
Phone: 7703109923
Email: knightsfraternity@gmail.com

Web

Event website

"Africa’s Great Civilizations" Screening Presented By WHUT


WHUT - Howard University Television

WHUT presents a special screening of Africa’s Great Civilizations, Tuesday March 21 at 6:30 pm. Join us for a screening of the documentary, followed by a panel discussion with Howard University Professors Dr. Greg Carr and Dr. Msia Kibona Clark.

Location

WHUT - Howard University Television

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

WHUT - Howard University Television
Phone: 202-806-3200
Email: info@whut.org

Web

Event website

Howard University Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert


Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel

The HUJE welcomes guest soloist Vibraphonist Warren Wolf on its annual Spring Concert. Also appearing on the concert with be the AFRO BLUE vocal jazz ensemble.

Location

Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: (202) 806-7066
Email: firby@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Howard University Department of Music
Phone: 202-806-7066
Email: firby@howard.edu

Web

Lisa Price, Founder of Carol's Daughter @ Howard University


Founders Library
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Want to grow your business from flea market sales to retail stores?

Want to put your goods in the hands of celebrities for brand cachet?

Want to learn how to attract investors and position your business for a big payday?

Meet LISA PRICE, Founder of Carol’s Daughter. Just how did this Brooklyn sister start a home-based natural beauty line, take it to a mail-order and online business, then roll-out retail stores and ultimately sell her multi-million dollar beauty empire to cosmetics giant L’Oreal? Come find out and get a whiff of the sweet smell of success.

Location

Founders Library

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

More Information

Organization

Contact

John H. Johnson Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship's HowU Innovate Initiative
Phone: 202.957.4010
Email: erinhornemckinney@gmail.com

Web

Event website

BLACK LIVES MATTER EXPLORES THE "RE-SEGREGATION" OF AMERICA


Howard University Blackburn Center
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THIS IS A FREE EVENT - REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!

Real Life Today in conjunction with Howard University Office of Student Life and Activities will host a dynamic discussion on the "re-segregation" of America. Join Black Lives Matter activists along with academic and religious Leaders for an interactive panel discussion exploring the current climate and racially segregating rhetoric in our nation as well as the opportunities that can be leveraged in the midst of the present administration.

Discussion Topics:

What does re-segregation look like today

Location

Howard University Blackburn Center

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Miriam Niles and Vanessa Thomas
Phone: 2406765405
Email: vrobinson1015@gmail.com

Web

Event website
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