Food First: Agroecology Events

Food First Events Upcoming events sponsored by Food First and our partners in the Bay Area and beyond Food First Events is pleased to announce three public agroecology events this week in the San Francisco Bay Area, sponsored by Food First, the Berkeley Food Institute, and the Latin American Scientific Society of Agroecology (SOCLA). The expansion
The Center for Global Public Health at UC Berkeley will be hosting a happy hour on Wednesday, September 3 from 5:00-6:30pm at the 2nd floor lobby of the Li Ka Shing Center.All are welcome!! Come to… meet other UC Berkeley students interested in global health connect with faculty & staff who conduct global health research and teach global health classes
The Division of Epidemiology at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health will be hosting Dr. Donald Francis’s guest lecture on August 28th in 150 U-Hall 1-2p, titled “The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: Update on an Unprecedented Public Health Event.” About the speaker Dr. Francis, MD, DSc is the Executive Director at Global Solutions for Infectious Diseases (GSID) in
Our colleagues at the UC Berkeley School of Law’s Human Rights Center are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a collection of world-class human rights photography that captured human right violations through 1975 – 2007. Global health and human rights are intertwined. Take a look at the gallery here or at Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley. The exhibition
Please join us for an evening seminar with Dr. Daniel Zoughbie, CEO and founder of Microclinic International. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 6:00pm-8:00pm. *Event Full – no longer accepting RSVP’s* Dr. Daniel Zoughbie is the CEO and founder of Microclinic International (MCI), an organization that has pioneered a revolutionary
Please join us on April 29, 2014 for a lecture by distinguished law scholar, Professor Larry Gostin, who is visiting UC Berkeley to deliver a lecture on Imagining Global Health with Justice, and to launch his new book, Global Health Law. This event is hosted by the Center for Global Public Health and the Berkeley
Please join us on April 22nd, 2014 as we collaborate with the UCSF Center for Children’s Oral Health Research to improve child health in developing countries! The UC Berkeley Center for Global Public Health and the UCSF Center for Children’s Oral Health Research, with generous funding from Health Roots, invites you to attend the 2014
Join us for an afternoon global public health seminar where Australian scholars will share their findings from alcohol and tobacco smoking research conducted with Aboriginal populations in Australia. Speakers Raglan Maddox MPH CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND ACTION IN PUBLIC HEALTH, UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA Dr Ray Lovett PhD, MAE, BHSc, BN. AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ABORIGINAL AND
Nigel Crisp, a prominent leader and advocate of public health from the UK, will be giving a Regents’ Lecture on global health at UC Berkeley onFebruary 19, 2014. He is a member of the House of Lords, was previously Chief Executive of the National Health Service and a former Permanent Secretary of the UK Department
Global HIV/AIDS at the Crossroads: Where do we go from here? Inaugural Seminar January 27, 2014 2:30pm – 4:00pm (reception to follow) Genentech Hall Auditorium UCSF Mission Bay Campus 600 16th St., San Francisco, CA Join us for a new quarterly series of moderated salon-style discussions featuring scientific experts from UC San Francisco, UC Berkeley,
“The Labor Market for Health Workers in Africa: A new look at the Crisis ” – Monday, Dec 16, 2013 at 12:30 PM in J1-050 (World Bank, DC) CHAIR Punam Chuhan-Pole Lead Economist, Office of the Chief Economist, Africa Region, World Bank Ms. Chuhan-Pole is Lead Economist in the Office of the Chief Economist of
The UC Berkeley Center for Health Leadership Association is pleased to announce its 2nd annual conference: Call to Action: StoryCon 2014 Friday, April 11, 2014 | 12-4 pm Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive Stories of public health permeate our daily lives. As public health leaders, we are charged to see health in all