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Ryan Mutter is an Analyst at the Health Policy Studies Unit, Health Analysis Division of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office. He will speak about “Responding to the Opioid Crisis.”
Presenter: Kathleen Chellman
Dr. Joel Thornton, Univ. of Washington Atmospheric Scientist, presents his findings about wildfire smoke and its affects on the Earth's air quality.
Knowing your "elevator pitch" is crucial for your professional future. Come learn about what makes a good elevator pitch and practice writing your own.
Fundraiser Bingo November 9th @ 5 pm in ISC 1280!! Come out and play bingo with MIMs!!! There will be gift card prizes! The entry fee is $5 (Pay to MIMs Cashapp $minoritiesinmed or Venmo @aemansour). Must RSVP to attend using link.
Religious perspectives can be both an impetus and a barrier to engaging meaningfully around climate change.
Stories Encoded in Vibrational Spectra: Insights into the Spectroscopy of Water
by Anne B. McCoy, Natt-Lingafelter Professor of Chemistry & Ryan J. DiRisio ‘17 (McNamara Lab)
University of Washington, Seattle
Jodi Kwarciany and Stephanie Pasternak from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will speak about the transition to "988 as the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. "
This info session will introduce grad students to the concept of writing groups and will provide resources and best practices for starting one of your own.
Presenter: Rachel Parthasarthy
Lauren Tierney is a Graphics Editor at The Washington Post, and will discuss how journalists on the Post’s graphics team visualize the news with maps, graphics, and other data visualizations.
Lecture hosted by William & Mary Law School's Human Security Law Center.
Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)
Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break