Ali S. Khan, M.D., M.P.H., dean of the UNMC College of Public Health, will be teaching a course this fall on emerging infectious diseases. The classes will be held on Fridays between 10 a.m. and noon in Room 2001 of the Maurer Center for Public Health. A total of 13 classes will be held, with the first class on Aug. 28 and the final class on Dec. 4. Click here for a complete list of the classes and guest speakers.
The classes will feature a wide variety of topics and will essentially be taught by knowledgeable guest lecturers. Although the classes are intended primarily for Master of Public Health students, Dr. Khan wants the greater UNMC community to also have access to these speakers and the information they will share.
Dr. Khan is inviting faculty, staff and students of UNMC to attend any of the lectures that would be of interest. If anyone would like the assigned readings or presentation slides for a lecture, contact Matthew Bosley, the teaching assistant for the course, at 402-559-4960.
Good News! The library is now a Supporter Member with BioMed Central, which means everyone at UNMC that publishes in a BMC journal gets a 15% discount on article processing charges. Need more information? Follow the library blog at: http://blog.unmc.edu/library/2015/07/16/15-discount-when-publishing-with-biomed-central/
Join the Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska presentation with Dr. Jim Cavaye, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland, Australia.
With a similar land mass area as the U.S., but only 10% of the population in comparison, Australia is definitely rural. Australia’s rural communities face many of the same challenges as their U.S. counterparts.
This seminar will cover the challenges and opportunities in fostering rural communities, highlighting many of the parallels between the Midwest and Australia. Dr. Cavaye will discuss agricultural viability, the provision of services and community volunteerism. He will describe innovative local economic development initiatives, the effects of mining and coal seam gas development, a growing women’s movement as well as other principles of community vitality.
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