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Soul Genomics: The (re)Union of Science and Spirituality in Human Identity for Population Health
Sesquicentennial Soul Genomics™ Symposium hosted by the Howard University School of Divinity (HUSD) in collaboration with the National Human Genome Center (NHGC), HUSD-NHGC "Launch of Soul GenomicsTM," will explore the union of deep science and high spirituality as two sides of the same coin in the search for truth on human identity and population diversity. It will involve thought leaders in science, ethics, law, medicine, population health, business, and health policy sharing perspectives on how genomics big data impact their arena of expertise and practice.
Senior Yearbook Portraits
Blackburn Center Music Listening Room
Dear 2017 Howard University Senior and Parents, Work has already begun on the 2017 Bison Yearbook. Please be sure to be photographed to reserve your spot in the Class of 2017 Yearbook! The Yearbook Staff has made special arrangements to have Prestige Portraits’ Professional Photographers on campus for Senior Portrait Sessions! The photographers will be the basement level of Blackburn in the MUSIC LISTENING ROOM. All seniors and underclassmen are welcome to join us.
Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I. King Endowed Chair in Public Policy Lecture Series 2016-2017 Pathways to Commercial Diplomacy. Presents "Trade Policy--The Rules of the Road in Commercial Diplomacy"
Founders Library Browsing Room
The Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I. King Endowed Chair in Public Policy was established by government and business leader Gwendolyn King and her husband, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist Colbert King. Established in 2008 with the Kings’ one million dollar donation to Howard University, the chair is intended to encourage highly accomplished individuals to come to Howard and share their experiences with current students. The Kings, both Howard alumni, inaugurated the chair to reflect their years in public service and media.
2017 Junior Faculty Summer Academy Informational Session
The Provost's Conference Room (first floor), Carneige Building
The purpose of this session is to provide information about the Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy. The session will also address the application and process. This session is only one hour.
Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy - An Informational Session
Browsing Room, Founders Library
The purpose of this session is to learn more about how the Summer Academy provides support to junior faculty who are working on a scholarly project during the summer. The session will address the application and the application process. The application for the 2017 Junior Faculty Writing and Creative Works Summer Academy will be due on Friday, February 22, 2017, at 4 p.m., at firstname.lastname@example.org. This initiative is sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development in the Office of the Provost.
What the Election Means for Race Relations in America
Saturday, February 11, 2017 9:30am- 5:00pm
Featured Presenter: Dr. Clarence Lusane, Howard University
Washington School of Psychiatry
5028 Wisconsin Avenue, NW #400
Washington, DC 20016