September 28, 2015
Nebraska Center for the Prevention of Obesity Related Diseases
University of Nebraska Lincoln
This is a free, day-long retreat open to all interested faculty, postdocs, students, staff, and associated industry partners.
Preregistration is required. Seating is limited.
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Sheldon Museum of Art
12th & R Street, Lincoln
On behalf of the local organizers you are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences – North American Section to be held in Omaha September 10-12. A key feature of this forum is a focus on young investigators (faculty within 10 years of first appointment) and trainees (graduate students, residents and fellows).
Dr. Gold will be saying a few words at the opening on Friday evening. You may find the content of this conference of interest. Program information can be found on the meeting website (www.cvforum.org).
Please share this information with faculty and students who may find the subject matter of interest.
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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