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ideas42 Invites Proposals Related to IPV Interventions

September 14, 2015

ideas42 is a behavioral science research and design firm headquartered in New York City that uses insights from psychology and behavioral economics to invent fresh solutions to social problems worldwide. ideas42 is currently seeking proposals related to intimate partner violence (IPV). … Continued

McLendon-Thomas Award in the History of Medicine

September 11, 2015

The Bullitt History of Medicine Club is pleased to announce an essay competition for 2015, now open to all UNC-Chapel Hill students. Funded by UNC alumnus S. Gregory Boyd (MD ’03, JD ’04), the award honors Dr. William McLendon and Dr. Colin … Continued

Symposium: Vesalius and the Languages of Anatomy

September 9, 2015

Duke University is hosting a symposium entitled: Vesalius and the Languages of Anatomy on Thursday, September 17th and Friday, September 18th. This event is organized by Valeria Finucci, CMRS, Romance Studies and Theater Studies. Some speakers include Dr. Cynthia Klestinec of … Continued

The Arts, the Humanities, and Healthcare: A One-Day Workshop

September 4, 2015

The Arts, the Humanities, and Healthcare: A One-Day Workshop will take place Saturday, September 12 from 10:00am-4:00pm at the Sawtooth School for Visual Art Instructors: Aimee Mepham and Joyce Teta Admission: $80 ($40 with available scholarships). Bring your lunch! Pay by Credit/Debit … Continued

Carolina Seminar Announcement

August 31, 2015

The Health Humanities Working Seminar: Developing a Comprehensive Mission and Structure for Cross-Disciplinary Instruction at UNC-Chapel Hill This Carolina Seminar will bring together influential faculty from across the University with the goal of issuing a Provost-level set of recommendations for … Continued

Opportunity to Share Undergraduate Research

August 27, 2015

“Have you worked with a faculty mentor on a research project? Have you created a work of art under the direction of a faculty mentor? Have you written a research essay that you would like to publish in an undergraduate … Continued