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Home Depot Retool Your School Competition
The Home Depot Retool Your School competition is hosted annually. Howard University is competing against other HBCUs to potentially win $50,000. Everyone can vote on www.retoolyourschool.com or by using the hashtag #Howard_RYS17 on Twitter and Instagram.
Blackburn Ballroom East
Elect her is a national initiative, focused on encouraging and training women to run for collegiate local and national political positions. Each year Howard hosts a day long training to address the need to expand the pipeline of women candidates and to diminish the longstanding political leadership gender gap. The annual conference consists of hands on campaign skills, presentations from inspiring local speakers and discussions on research on women in government. Mayor Muriel Bowser will be speaking!
Louis Stokes Health Sciences 16th Anniversary and Book Event with the Stokes Family
The Library is named in honor of the venerable congressman for his thirty-year crusade combating disparities in health care. An Afternoon with the Stokes Family Reflections on the Legacy of U.S. ... Angela Stokes, Judge (Ret.), Cleveland Municipal Court * Chuck Stokes, Editorial/Public Affairs Director, WXYZ–TV Detroit * Lori Stokes, Co-anchor of Eyewitness News This Morning, WABC-TV New York City * Shelley Stokes-Hammond, Commissioner, Maryland Commission on African American History & Culture * Eric Hammond, Legislative Affairs Specialist, National Science Foundation.
World Molecular biology and R&D Summit
Allied Academies is glad to announce World Molecular biology and R&D Summit, based on the theme “Molecular Basis of Biological Activity Among The Various Systems of A cell ”, during October 23-24, 2017 Toronto, Canada. Meet leading Molecular biology Experts, Molecular biology Researchers, Molecular biology Scientists from around the globe and life science industries experts.So i am kindly requesting you all to participate in the event .
2017 Elections Applications Available
The General Elections Commission of the Howard University Student Association would like to announce that Spring Elections are underway. Students have the opportunity to run for over 100 seats across the undergraduate and graduate levels. In order to participate in the election process and be elected to student government, prospective candidates must have a 2.7 GPA or higher and must be in academic, financial, and judicial good standing, as well as complete an application and receive signatures from 3% of the constituency they would like to represent.
College of Medicine “HIV Prevention” Webinar Series
FREE CMES! The HBCU-HIV Prevention Project (H2P) is focused on addressing HIV prevention among students currently enrolled on the campus of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). This project will train campus health service providers on PrEP and effective HIV testing and counseling approaches. This webinar series is a one hour online training series held bi-weekly, on Thursdays.