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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.

Join Data for Impact on Thursday, September 24, at 11am EDT for a one-hour webinar sharing guidance for using routine data in evaluations. The webinar will be led by Eva Silvestre, PhD, Tulane University; and Palladium’s Zola Allen, PhD, MPH, and Lyubov Teplitskay, MS.

New Orleans has experienced a larger share of COVID-19 cases than many cities of similar size. Our panel of experts will explore some of the potential reasons why, the misconceptions at play, and the ways the city is addressing the outbreak. Join us for an informative webinar on COVID-19: The New Orleans Experience.
What does Mardi Gras have to do with it? with Dr. Ron Blanton, Chair of the Department of Tropical Medicine, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

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