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Expert Human Microbiome Scientist Q&A | The Invisible Extinction Film Screening Event

On March 2, 2023, the Microbiome Center hosted a community screening of The Invisible Extinction, followed by an expert scientist panel Q&A session. The event started with opening remarks from…

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Title IX at 50: Its Past, Present, and Future in U.S. Sport

2021 Evan G. and Helen G. Pattishall Outstanding Research Achievement Award Lecture "Title IX at 50: Its Past, Present, and Future in U.S. Sport" presented by Jaime Schultz, professor of…

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Pauline Schmitt Russell Research Lecture, “Health as a Daily Experience: Lessons from 42,243 Days of U.S. Adults”

David Almeida, professor of human development and family studies and…

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Scheduling Meeting in Outlook

In this video, you'll be walked through the process of scheduling a meeting in Outlook, using scheduling assistant.

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Harrell Health Sciences Library_ Research and Learning Commons, Phase 1 Renovations

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Schmitt/Russell Lecture - Mary Jane De Souza: "Her Life Depends on It: Lessons Learned about Keeping Exercising Women Healthy"

Mary Jane DeSouza, professor of kinesiology and physiology and the 2019 recipient of the Pauline Schmitt Russell Distinguished Research Career Award, presents the virtual Schmitt Russell Research…

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Dean's Lecture Series: Nature Matters for Black Lives: Disrupting Narratives about Race and Place

Nature supports human health and wellbeing in numerous ways, including through outdoor recreation experiences. Troublingly, access to parks, public greenspace, and other natural recreation…

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BBH - Gillian Sommerville

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When The Goal is Racial Justice: Learning from Youth, Families, and Educators

Racism permeates the everyday experiences of youth in schools, among peers, and in their communities. This can affect young people's psychological, academic, and physical health. This…

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Intro - Q&A: Screening of the film 'The Skin You’re In' followed by live Q&A with producer Thomas LaVeist

This first lecture in this installment of the Dean’s Lecture Series: The Impact of Structural Racism and Racial Discrimination on Health, Wellness, and Well-Being featured a special screening…

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COVID-19 Research Literature: Beyond What is Found in PubMed

This is the Zoom recording of a Harrell Health Sciences Library Workshop held on Thursday, August 13, 2020.Workshop Description and Learning Objectives:With the explosion of research on COVID-19, it…

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HHD Town Hall - Graduate Students

Leadership from the College of Health and Human Development were available to answer questions and hear concerns about return to campus and the status of fall classes.

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HHSL Intro Video - Quiz

Learn more about resources and services available at Harrell Health Sciences Library: Research and Learning Commons.

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HHSL Intro Video

Learn more about resources and services available at Harrell Health Sciences Library: Research and Learning Commons.

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HHD Town Hall - July 9

Leadership from the College of Health and Human Development was available to answer your questions and hear your concerns about the University's recent announcement about return to campus and…

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Faculty Spotlight: Child Abuse Recovery - How Science and Policy Converge to Help Survivors

Join Jennie Noll, professor of Human Development and Family Studies and Director of the Child Maltreatment Solutions Network as she answers the following questions: - What are the unique…

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