Apr
1
Wed
CANCELED: UM Career and Involvement Fair @ University Center Ballroom Tickets
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
CANCELED: UM Career and Involvement Fair @ University Center Ballroom

Join the department of Experiential Learning and Career Success for the University of Montana Career and Involvement Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in the University Center Ballroom. This is an excellent opportunity for students to find employment opportunities such as full-time, part-time, volunteer, summer job and internship positions.

ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series: “Challenges of Peace Corps in the Modern Age” @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092 Tickets
Apr 1 @ 6:30 pm
ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series: “Challenges of Peace Corps in the Modern Age” @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092

Please join Adam Busch,BA and Sarah Huntting, BS recently returned Peace Corp Volunteers, evacuated from Botswana and currently quarantined in their home in Missoula for the first online presentation of the Spring 2020 Global Public Health Lecture Series. Both are University of Montana graduates, Sarah in Microbiology and Adam in Political Science, who minored in Global Public Health.

Adam and Sarah will talk about their experiences at their respective host organizations and the projects they implemented during their 2-year service. They will talk about the differences between what they expected their Peace Corps service to look like, and what it actually was in their community.

The Global Public Health Spring 2020 Lecture series features health professionals who work to improve public health around the world sharing their experiences and insights weekly during the Spring semester. The 2020 Series promises to be interesting and inspiring for everyone interested in our global community or public health!

Apr
6
Mon
CANCELED: CoBRE Investigator Meeting: Monica Serban @ Skaggs Building Room 114 Tickets
Apr 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
CANCELED: CoBRE Investigator Meeting: Monica Serban @ Skaggs Building Room 114

Dr. Monica Serban will present Approaches toward the development of a topical therapeutic for hearing loss.

These meetings are intended to highlight the research of CBSD researchers. All are invited to attend. Graduate students and Post Doctoral Fellows are welcome.

Apr
8
Wed
ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series: “M2H Mongolia” @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092 Tickets
Apr 8 @ 6:30 pm
ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series: “M2H Mongolia" @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092

 Please join Dr. Kerry Pride, as the Montana public health veterinarian, provides veterinary public health expertise and technical support to local and Tribal health departments for community health planning, accreditation, workforce development, and quality improvement. She also volunteers to provide veterinary care internationally every two years. Kerry practiced mixed animal medicine for 10 years then transitioned to public health after being accepted into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Fellowship, which she completed at the Wyoming Department of Health. She also completed the CDC’s Preventive Medicine Fellowship at the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, during which she became board certified in veterinary preventive medicine.

The Global Public Health Spring 2020 Lecture series features health professionals who work to improve public health around the world sharing their experiences and insights weekly during the Spring semester. The 2020 Series promises to be interesting and inspiring for everyone interested in our global community or public health!

Apr
9
Thu
CANCELED: School of Social Work Practicum and Employment Fair @ University Center Ballroom Tickets
Apr 9 @ 9:00 am
Apr
15
Wed
ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092 Tickets
Apr 15 all-day
ONLINE: Global Public Health Lecture Series @ Online: https://umontana.zoom.us/j/889924092

Julie DeSoto is a Program Manager focusing on global adolescent health and global mental health at World Vision. She supported the Department of State-funded DREAMS Innovation Challenge Project School-Community Accountability for Adolescent Girls Education (SAGE) project in Uganda. Julie has worked extensively with adolescents in the United States, Egypt, Jordan, Mozambique, and Uganda. In the Middle East, she managed programs for youth empowerment and employability. Before joining World Vision, Julie focused her efforts on designing and managing projects that worked to reduce gender-based violence, and increase women’s, adolescent’s, and children’s health and psychosocial well-being in Jordan at the Nour Al Hussein Institute for Public Health.
Julie has nine years of experience, including receiving a Fulbright teaching fellowship in Jordan where she worked to increase understanding between American and Arab cultures. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in international development from the University of Montana where she focused in the Middle East and fragile contexts. She expects to earn her Master of Public Health from George Washington University in 2020. She is fluent in English and Arabic.

The Global Public Health Spring 2020 Lecture series features health professionals who work to improve public health around the world sharing their experiences and insights weekly during the Spring semester. The 2020 Series promises to be interesting and inspiring for everyone interested in our global community or public health!

Apr
17
Fri
CANCELED: Montana Youth Sport Safety Healthcare Provider Summit @ University Center Ballroom Tickets
Apr 17 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
May
13
Wed
16th Annual REACH Program Air Quality Symposium @ North Underground Lecture Hall Tickets
May 13 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
16th Annual REACH Program Air Quality Symposium @ North Underground Lecture Hall

The REACH Program Air Quality Symposium features area high school students presenting the results of their yearlong air quality science research projects. Prizes are awarded for the top oral and poster presentations. Last year’s symposium hosted nearly 200 students attending and presenting their work.

Sep
18
Fri
9th Annual CBSD CoBRE Research Symposium @ Double Arrow Lodge Tickets
Sep 18 – Sep 20 all-day
9th Annual CBSD CoBRE Research Symposium @ Double Arrow Lodge

The 9th Annual CBSD CoBRE Research Symposium will occur Sept. 18-20, 2020, at the Double Arrow Lodge in Seeley Lake, MT. The Symposium provides us with the unique opportunity to come together as a research community to discuss the latest research in our laboratories supported by CBSD. The Symposium includes keynote seminars by outside speakers, lectures by Project Leaders who are supported by the CBSD NIH CoBRE grant, and a selection of short talks by pilot project leaders and graduate students. We especially encourage both graduate and undergraduate students to participate in a poster session. We also have presentations from our Computational, NMR, Mass Spectrometry, Integrated Structural Biology, and BioSpectroscopy Core Facilities so attendees can learn more about how these facilities can help take their research projects in new directions.

Registration will open in June 2020. Contact Sara Jestrab with questions or to be added to the email communication.