Health and Behavioral Sciences Colloquium Series, Nov 8

Nov. 5, 2019

2:30 – 4:00 pm North Classroom, Room 1207 Mara Buchbinder, ‘Making Death’ in the Era of Medical Aid-in-Dying Recent social scientific studies of life and death have used the framework of biopolitics to explore the role of the state and its associated regimes of knowledge, expertise, and power in governing...

Health and Behavioral Sciences Faculty and Student Panel, Oct 25

Oct. 23, 2019

2:00 - 4:00pm NC 1207 Featuring : Indira Gujral, adjunct assistant professor;new visiting assistant professor Hyeyoung Oh Nelson; and graduate student Sarah Brewer. Gujral’s talk will be titled “Blind Spot: Limitations of a Population Attributable Risk Analysis”; Oh Nelson will talk on “’Keep it Collegial’”: Status Distinctions and Hierarchies on...

Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences Colloquia Series: Student Panel, Oct 18

Sept. 25, 2019

2:30 – 4:00 PM North Classroom, Room 1207 Beyond Risk: Exploring the Relationship Between Maternal Perceptions of Social Support and Child Body Mass Index Using the Fragile Families Study Emily Melnick, MPH Mental Health and Housing Affordability Disparities: Dual Burdens in Colorado Ivan Ramirez, PhD Navigating the Risk of Displacement:...

Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences Colloquia Series: Student Panel, Oct 18

Sept. 10, 2019

2:30 – 4:00 PM North Classroom, Room 1207 Beyond Risk: Exploring the Relationship Between Maternal Perceptions of Social Support and Child Body Mass Index Using the Fragile Families Study Emily Melnick, MPH Mental Health and Housing Affordability Disparities: Dual Burdens in Colorado Ivan Ramirez, PhD Navigating the Risk of Displacement:...