UCTV is livestreaming tonight's talk with Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens of Turning Point USA.
Dr. Kee B. Park, MD, FAANS is GloHS 2019's opening keynote speaker. His keynote is titled Geopolitical Determinants of Health in North Korea. Dr. Park is a faculty member at the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change (PGSSC) at the Harvard Medical School, In 2013, he volunteered with the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies and the Foundation for International Education in Neurological Surgery to support Cambodian neurosurgeons.
The Board of Trustees is Comprised of 21 Members. Twelve appointed by the Governor; two elected by alumni; two elected by students; and five ex-officio, including the Governor, UConn Health Board of Directors Chair, and the Commissioners of Agriculture, Economic and Community Development, and Education.
On Friday, March 8th, OPIM Innovate will be hosting Splunk Day in collaboration with Splunk Inc., an industry leader in operations analytics software. An American public multinational corporation based in San Francisco, California, Splunk, Inc.'s mission is to make machine-generated big data accessible.
The NYC House Ballroom Community has a rich and resilient history of its own. With an emphasis on chosen family and healing through art, this population has been home to thousands over the years. In this lecture, Garçon will give historic context of this performance art subculture from the early 1900s through the present and its influence on addressing LGBT youth homelessness through an intersectional lens.
This is a presentation centered on working toward seeing ourselves as "good enough" and reframing failures and disappointments. Content will touch on growth mindset, perfectionism, and comparison/competition. Join CMHS doctoral interns, Alana Coscia, Trevor Cote, and Ashlet Perreira as they present our second Stay Whelmed event of the semester.