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Media Training for FSPH Faculty

January 29, 2018

Dear FSPH faculty,

Please join FSPH's Office of Communications for a media training on January 29th at noon in CHS 41-268. Hone your skills for working with reporters and get tips for sharing your research with a broad audience—and how these skills can assist with achieving your public health goals.

Please RSVP by January 22. A light lunch will be served.

Kindly contact with questions.

FSPH Alumni Networking Happy Hour

January 16, 2019

Join us for our first alumni networking happy hour of the year! This will be an opportunity for you to mix, mingle, and connect with your fellow Fielding School alumni. It’s also a great way to expand your professional network and hear more about upcoming alumni opportunities with FSPH. Stay tuned for other alumni networking opportunities in your city soon!

There is no cost to attend.
Appetizers will be served. 
Must be an FSPH alum to attend.

Parking: We recommend parking on the street. Parking is available at the hotel for a fee.

Ruth Roemer Social Justice Symposium and Alumni Hall of Fame Induction

April 24, 2019

The Ruth Roemer Social Justice Symposium honors the legacy of the late Ruth Roemer, FSPH Professor Emerita, JD, who for over five decades used the law to protect and promote health and was a champion of health equity and social justice. The event features a dynamic educational forum with a guest speaker discussing a social justice theme for the public health community and the community at large. During the event we will also induct distinguished alumni into our Alumni Hall of Fame, which honors those who have made significant contributions to the field of public health.

Biostatistics Seminar - Semi Supervised High Dimensional Learning

November 28, 2018

The combination of advanced machine learning methods (penalized regression), highly informative functional genomic data (DNA methylation), and large sample sizes have powered  DNAm age estimators to outperform existing molecular biomarkers of aging in terms of their strong relationship with a host of age-related conditions and with chronological age.

Urban Peace Institute - Promoting safer communities in underserved neighborhoods

November 14, 2018

Join Urban Peace Institute’s efforts to promote safer communities in underserved neighborhoods, by volunteering 2-3 hours of your time on Wednesday, November 14 from 1-4 PM.

UPI is looking for students to support data entry of a community survey. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about local violence prevention and public safety efforts.  Meet representatives from the organization and an FSPH alum.  See public health practice in action. 

Food will be provided.  Please bring a laptop.

Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series - Dr. Robert Kim-Farley: "How does the World Health Organization actually work? An insider viewpoint”

December 6, 2018

Dr. Kim-Farley served in the World Health Organization (WHO) for some 18 years. His diverse roles with WHO have included: Head of WHO for India and Indonesia at the national level, Regional Advisor for the Expanded Programme on Immunization at the regional level in Southeast Asia, and Director of the global Expanded Programme on Immunization at the headquarters level.  He will discuss the unique aspects of WHO and how it actually works from an insider’s perspective, including how one gets hired by WHO.

Congress 101 Workshop

December 12, 2018

Do you have questions about the 2018 midterm election results and its impact on UCLA? Have you ever wondered how the appropriations process works? Are you curious about how to best interact with the federal government?


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