The University of Nebraska’s Federal Relations Team is working with campus counterparts to promote the Summer 2020 D.C. Professional Enrichment Academy in Washington, D.C. Applications are being accepted now, with the final deadline on April 15.
This is the third summer for the Academy, which provides students from across the University of Nebraska who are interning in D.C. with a free, value-added program. The D.C. Academy meets once a week in the evening and connects students with prominent alumni and each other. Guest speakers cover topics such as “Policymaking in Congress” and “The News Media in American Democracy.”
This is a great opportunity for students to benefit from thoughtful mentoring and programming, expand their network and learn to transition from college into their professional careers.
Faculty who are interested in sharing this information with their students can find more details in this announcement.
Please contact the University of Nebraska Federal Relations Team with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2020 Precision Medicine Workshop, presented by the BERD KCA of the Great Plains IDeA-CTR, brings in two world-recognized experts to present their research with the aim to translate precision medicine into improvements in health care across the clinical and translational spectrum. This workshop is broken into two parts, an AM and a PM session, focusing on different aspects of precision medicine and emerging technology.
will be held April 16, 2020 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The workshop has been postponed until Fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no charge to attend although registration is required, register here. Please contact Jerrod Anzalone (email) with questions. Download the flyer for speaker bios.
The RDAR Center at the University of Nebraska invites you to our first annual Rural Drug Addiction Research and Translation Symposium.
The mission of the Symposium is to bring together researchers and practitioners from across the United States to address drug addiction and rural drug use. We seek to advance discussions about how research and translation can contribute to understanding addiction in rural and midwestern communities.
Click here to learn about our acclaimed keynote speakers, as well as the Rural Health and Policy panelists. Opportunities for informal conversations and a Midwest-focused plenary panel will address current prevention and treatment approaches for rural communities. Registration includes a conference dinner on day one (Nov 1) with breakfast and lunch on day two (Nov 2). Click here to view our conference agenda.
Please join us for our discussions on the causes and impacts of rural drug addiction. We have eighty spaces available!