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Setting a Tone of Inclusivity

In order to ensure that we are teaching all of our students and not just the ones who are like us, it is critical that we learn about and account for their diverse backgrounds. In this session, you…

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Optimizing Aziridination of Alkenes to Develop an Instruction-Friendly Experiment

The aziridine ring is a versatile building block for organic synthesis. Many biologically active compounds such as amino acids, beta-lactam antibiotics, and alkaloids have been derived from…

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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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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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Searching PubMed Like an Expert: PubMed - Why It's Part of the Medical Curriculum

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Searching PubMed Like an Expert: Searching with Keywords

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