1. Alumn Learning Series - Ebola Holding Unit in Sierra Leone

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    The UIC SPH Alumni Board invites you to attend the Alumni Learning Series! Dr. Olamide Jarrett, assistant professor at the UIC College of Medicine's Department of Infectious Diseases, will speak about her experience working in an Ebola Holding Unit in Sierra Leone. There will be ample time for discussion following Dr. Jarrett's presentation, which will be moderated by alumna Jennifer Marks Frantz (MPH '04), who serves as Manager, Committee on Infectious Diseases, Division of Technical and Medical Services at the American Academy of Pediatrics. Date: March 4, 2015 Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Location: UIC School of Public Health, 1603 W. Taylor Street, Chicago, IL 60612 Cost: Admission is free. RSVP: Alumni Learning Series

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    • Monica Swahn Talks About how Youth are Affected by Ever-Present Alcohol Marketing in Kampala

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      For five years, Dr. Monica Swahn has studied the no-holds-barred approach to marketing alcohol in the crowded slums of Kampala, Uganda and how easy access to alcohol has helped fuel high rates of HIV transmission. Swahn is a professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.

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      • UIC SPH Annual Alumni Celebration

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        UIC SPH Annual Alumni Celebration

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        • The Wire for March17, 2015

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          #RunWired with Julia Metjian, Erin Dixon, Jasmin Daszkal, and Andy Sloan for butv10's March 17th Wire. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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          • Welcome from Richard Kurz, Dean of the School of Public Health

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            • Study Public Health Programs at TAU

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              Texila American University offers several Public Health Programs via Distance & Online programs. The programs are reliable with affordable tuition fees unlike other universities.

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              • UIC SPH Webinar: The Ebola Outbreak

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                The Ebola Virus Outbreak: A Panel Discussion featuring Ronald C. Hershow, MD; Kathleen Ritger, MD, MPH; Mark Dworkin, MD, MPH; and Allison Arwardy, MD, MPH.

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                • Alumni Learning Series & Leeuwenhoek Lecture

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                  Dr. Gary Slutkin discusses the science guiding Cure Violence’s work, and the organization’s latest local and global initiatives.

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                  • Faculty Voices: Kirk R. Smith PhD, MPH

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                    “Most people accept that cigarette smoking is bad for your health. The worst thing you can do is stick burning stuff in your mouth. But the next worst thing you can do is have a lot of burning stuff in your kitchen—and a simple village fire is equivalent to about 400 cigarettes an hour of smoke. Finding solutions is something urgent.” Kirk R. Smith PhD, MPH Professor, Global Environmental Health Director, Master’s Program, Global Health and Environment

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                    • Faculty Voices: Ndola Prata MD, MSc

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                      “My research project in Ethiopia was designed to provide women with easy access to family planning methods, but at the same time, to give women—especially village women—the power to be entrepreneurs, help other women, and control their fertility.” Ndola Prata MD, MSc Fred H. Bixby Endowed Chair in Population and Family Planning Associate Professor in Residence, Maternal and Child Health Director, Bixby Center for Population, Health and Sustainability

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