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Layers of Medicine: Artwork by Medical Students, Spring 2019

layers of medicine art exhibit spring 2019

The Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) is now featuring the Layers of Medicine exhibit of art created by medical school students enrolled in the Layers of Medicine course which addresses the human elements of healthcare and medical training that are “layered” on top of scientific knowledge and clinical skills.

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U Recycling Day Event on April 18

U Recycle Day

Members of the University of Utah and Salt Lake communities will have their chance to divert resources from the landfill on U Recycle Day, which takes place on Thursday, April 18 from 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m. in the south end of the Rice-Eccles Stadium parking lot. People can drop off electronic waste, several hard-to-recycle materials, and …Read More »

Art Aloud! Open Mic – April 19th

Art Alound!

Friday, April 19, 2019 – 12:00PM – 1:00PM Eccles Health Sciences Library (lower level) There will be food, friendly company, and the electric energy that comes from sharing original work. Art Aloud! is a spoken word art cafe where you can relax in a casual atmosphere among friends, enjoy refreshments, and sign up for a …Read More »

Training Simulation, Implant Course, Virtual Reality Bridges the Learning Gap

VR Bridges the Learning Gap

In partnership with the Marriott Library and Eccles Health Sciences Library, the School of Dentistry has been developing hands-on surgical simulations in virtual reality (VR) to train new dentists. Procedures done in VR are proving to save costs and aid in students learning concepts quickly. Over the next 6 months, the development team will complete …Read More »

Confronting Violence: Improving Women’s Lives -An NLM Exhibit

NLM: Confronting Violence

2019 | March 18 – April 27 Eccles Health Sciences Library, Main Level Library Hours & Directions The Confronting Violence, Improving Women’s Lives exhibit tells the story of nurses who changed the medical profession and dramatically improved services to victims of domestic violence. Until the late 1970s, medicine as a whole largely failed to acknowledge …Read More »

The Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project [Violence Against Women - Changing Perspective]

Interactive exhibit: March 4 – April 27, 2019 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, Main Level (participation info) The Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to violence against women. During the public display, a clothesline is hung with t-shirts, each designed by a survivor or in honor of a woman who has …Read More »

Violence Against Women: Changing Perspective

2019 Violence Against Women: Changing Perspective

During the months of March and April 2019, EHSL is focusing its programming on Violence Against Women – Changing Perspective. Throughout these two months we will host several events to bring attention to the reality of violence against women in our community through different perspectives.

Exhibit: Classism, Racism, Migration, and Mental Health Interplay – Victoria Sethunya

Sethunya Art Exhibit

Artist Presentation: Thursday, February 14, 2019, Noon – Reception: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. Exhibit On Display: February 4-28, 2019.
Through exhibit, presentation and opera, Victoria Sethunya will share her immigration story and the impact of classism, sexism, and racism on her and her family and on their health and mental health as she has experienced it as a black woman, a black immigrant, the mother of a young black man, as a black student and as a black employee in Utah.

Introducing the Tree of Hippocrates Education “One Button” Studio

EHSL One Button Studio

The Tree of Hippocrates Education Studio has been upgraded! THE Studio is now equipped with a “One Button Studio” system. The One Button Studio allows students, faculty, and staff to easily record professional quality videos with just the press of a button. Simply bring a USB flash drive, plug it in, and press the button! …Read More »