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"Public space and public health in the time of Covid: ways the pandemic has redefined our relations to cities (and what can GIS do about it)?”
Dr. Hernandez is a geographer who teaches Intro to GIS course. In the years following hurricane Katrina in New Orleans she worked extensively with the city’s most vulnerable communities to help them monitor and advocate for their neighborhood’s recovery. Since the start of the pandemic, she’s worked with NOHD to map out Covid testing results and identify emerging hotspots.
 

Event postponed due to Tropical Storm Sally. New date and Time TBD.

Register in advance for this meeting: https://tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwsfu2pqDMvHdJnVB-szYUH6vWlz6Ng8hR1

Ruth Carlitz, a professor in the Political Science Department will give a seminar titled: The Politics of COVID-19 Containment: Lessons from South Africa and Tanzania.  

This will be Sept 18 at 3pm

Zoom meeting ID: #979-7955-3531

Event postponed due to Tropical Storm Sally. New date and Time TBD.

Zoom link: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/95397377108

 

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We will have as many in-person attendees as can safely assemble on the 12th floor (our first meeting was in 1201, hopefully that will stay true for the semester). For those attending virtually, we have provided the following link to register for the event:

https://tulane.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvfumsrTosGdZRm6_ohOJV7br_-7kn-97M

 

  Subject: Enhancing reproducibility through rigor and transparency: sex as a biological variable 

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