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One Day In Seven – Art Exhibit from Med Student Jed Doane

“One Day in Seven: Off-duty moments from a medical school experience” is an exploration of how, even in medical school, students should make opportunities for themselves to do things they love. The exhibit from photographer Jed Doane is on view until January 15, 2020.

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Evening Ethics presents STUMPED: Film screening and Q&A

Will Lautzenheizer, after losing his arms and legs to a deadly infection, became the third patient to undergo a double-arm transplantation at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. The documentary follows his experiences, and the Q&A will discuss the medical ethics encountered on his journey.

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Celebrate Día de Muertos with the SACNAS Ofrenda

This year’s Día de Muertos is from October 31 until November 2, 2019, and SACNAS has graciously created an ofrenda on the upper level of the Eccles Library for everyone to visit and add to the alter. Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday when family and friends can gather and celebrate their loved …Read More »

Climate Changes Health and Health Equity – Community Read/Journal Club – Fall 2019

Tuesdays at Noon,   September 24th – November 19th, 2019 EHSL 29/30, Lower Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, Map & Directions RSVP – Light lunch will be served.  Co-Sponsors:  Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and Office of Health Equity and Inclusion Climate change is a significant threat to health and health equity. In …Read More »

Pijama Time: Creations From The Times I Should Have Been Sleeping

This exhibit seeks to share the experience of a graduate student journeying into the field of Neurobiology. The exhibit will introduce the viewer to some of the fun and fundamental concepts of neurobiology, and how these beautiful and specialized structures called neurons construct our reality.