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Join us for an installment of On the Front Lines: Healthcare Administrators in Action. On the Front Lines is a webinar series that explores what Healthcare Administrators are doing in various practice settings. 

Our moderator for this event is Dr. Kenneth Campbell. The guest speaker is Dr. Terry Mason. All students are welcome! The event will be via Zoom on Monday, July 26, 2021, at 7:00 pm CST. Zoom ID: 982 5319 9620 and Passcode: 130785

On Thursday, July 29th from noon-1pm, Dean LaVeist will host a virtual casual discussion on any questions, comments, and concerns regarding your student experience at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. 

Please join us via Zoom: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/93189346735 

Feel free to send questions to Leslie Bayonne, lbayonne@tulane.edu with the Office of Student Experience and we’ll attempt to get an answer for you before the meeting. See you there!!

The David A. Gee Fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital participates in the National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). Our application is now live.

Join us to learn more about our 2-year administrative fellowship, including details about the application process, rotational observations, project work, and post-fellowship opportunities.

Join us for an installment of On the Front Lines: Community Health Scientists At Work.

On the Front Lines is a webinar series that explores what community health scientists are doing in a variety of practice settings. Our moderator for this event is Dr. Alicia Battle, and the guest speaker is Ana Ramirez Garcia.

Ana Ramirez Garcia, MPH, leads monitoring and evaluation of the Treatment, Recovery, and Workforce Support Grant through SAMHSA at the Marshall University Center of Excellence for Recovery. 

This summer, Dr. Luann White is retiring from her position as senior associate dean for academic affairs. Over the past several months, the school has undertaken a national search to identify our next senior associate dean. We will host four candidates for second-round interviews. We invite the SPHTM community to meet the candidate. Today's candidate is Amani Allen, PhD, MPH.

Via Zoom

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This webinar is in partnership with the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and will feature:

Holly M. Gulden - MODERATOR Associate Vice President, Advancement Executive Director Development Tulane School of Medicine

Susan Hassig, DrPH, MPH Associate Professor Director of MPH Program, Epidemiology Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

David Mushatt, MD, MPH&TM, FIDSA, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine Section Chief, Adult Infectious Diseases Tulane School of Medicine

This online event is targeted both to undergraduate and graduate faculty looking to improve how to facilitate authentic and productive conversations on race and public health in class discussions. The event is free and open to all.

To register, visit here: https://www.aspph.org/event/aspph-presents-webinar-facilitating-productive-conversations-on-race-and-public-health-in-the-classroom/

Moderated by: Mary T. Killackey, MD Featuring: Mary P. Lupo, MD (NC '76, M ‘80, R ‘84); Pamela Tonomura Okada, MD (M ‘90); Maria M. Rodriguez, MD, MBA (M ‘88); Alexis A. Thompson, MD, MPH (M ‘83); and Ulla Jo Ule, MD, MBA, FACP (M ‘73, B ‘91)

A Journey to Italy Led by School of Liberal Arts professors F. Thomas Luongo of the History Department and Holly Flora of the Newcomb Art Department.

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