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2017 Honors and Awards Reception

June 14, 2017

The Fielding School of Public Health will host the 2017 Honors and Awards Reception for our graduating and continuing students. Please note this is a private event and you must RSVP to attend.

Toxics in Everyday Life

June 9, 2017

Toxics in Everyday Life

Friday, June 9th 

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In this day of learning, we will explore core questions such as:

What are “toxics”?

Where can they be found? 

How are you affected as an individual or worker?

Rethinking Masculinities: Gender Transformative SRH Education

May 30, 2017

Magaly Marques is a Brazilian American feminist who serves as Promundo’s Senior Advisor on reproductive health and as a consultant in strategic planning for increased gender equality. She will be facilitating a discussion about the consequences of rigid gender norms on sexual and reproductive health (SRH), as well as presenting on new curricula and programs for young men that address their understanding of fertility, healthy relationships, contraception, and fatherhood.

Zebrafish as a Model for Induction of Transgenerational Inheritance of Disease Due to Environmental Contaminants

May 25, 2017
Dr. Tracie Baker
Tracie Baker, DVM PhD

We have shown that zebrafish (Danio rerio) are an ideal model for evaluating transgenerational effects of certain toxicants and their role in the fetal basis of adult disease.

Robert Egger from L.A. Kitchen

May 16, 2017

Join the PHNC for a presentation by Robert Egger, President & Founder of L.A. Kitchen. L.A. Kitchen is an organization that rescues California fruits and vegetables and turns them into healthy meals which are distributed to nonprofits and community partners in Los Angeles County.
Robert pioneered the model of L.A. Kitchen during his 24-year tenure as the President of the DC Central Kitchen, the country's first “community kitchen," where food donated by hospitality businesses and farms are used to fuel a nationally recognized culinary arts job training program.

Death in Ithaca: How typhoid ravaged a small town and a large university in 1903

May 5, 2017

UCLA Environmental Health Sciences Department


UCLA Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering

C & EE 200 Seminar


Friday, May 5, 2017

CHS 33-105


"Ask Your Momma" 12 Moods About Jazz

May 11, 2017

A multimedia concert performance of the Langston Hughes Project followed by a panel.

What It Means To Be White

May 10, 2017

Join the FSPH Diversity Committee in a discussion of the historical development of "whiteness" as it relates to space, cultural representation and identity in Los Angeles, CA.


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