News and Announcements - HBS PhD Newsletter - December 2, 2022
PhD Student Shoutouts
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Stephanie Chamberlin for successfully defending her dissertation, "Education and Chronic Care Management: The Case of HIV Care and Treatment in Southern and Eastern Africa". Fantastic work Dr. Chamberlin and best of luck to you beyond HBS!
It is with great excitement to announce another successful defense! Join us in congratulating Dr. Judith Ouellet whom successfully defended her dissertation, "The Lived Experience of Suicide-bereaved Mothers". Congratulations Dr. Ouellet, and best of luck beyond HBS! Great work!
Gabriella recently published an article, "A Nested Case-Control Study of Allopregnanolone and Preterm Birth in the Healthy Start Cohort" as the lead author in the Journal of the Endocrine Society. Click below to check it out! Amazing work, Gabriella and congratulations!
The National Science Foundation has named Spenser as one of the two CU Denver awardees for its highly competative and prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). Congratulations, Spenser and great work!
Dr. Carlton will be joining us from the Colorado School of Public Health, Department of Environmental & Occupational Health as the final presenter in the HBS Colloquium Series to discuss "Infectious disease modeling for pandemic response: erspective from the COVID-19 frontlines". Those who are interested in attending can email jimi adams to RSVP and receive the link to attend via Zoom.
Tis the season for snow, baking, and unwanted illness! The Auraria Immunizations Office is here to help keep you current on your immunizations at a reduced price. Whether you are needing to schedule your annual flu-shot or you are interested in receiving a COVID booster, the links below provide information around which immunizations are offered, how to schedule your appointment, and contact information for additional questions you may have.
The holiday season can often be filled with joy and excitement. For many, however, it can also be a distressing and difficult time of year to navigate. You are not alone! The CU Denver Counseling Center is an available resource offering private and confidential mental health services. Students can contact this office byemailor by calling them directly at 303-315-7270. Click here for more information about what services are provided and how to schedule an appointment.
Additional mental health services are offered through the Auaria Health Center. Click below for more information on how to access these services and where to direct any questions you may have.
Did you know that you can receive discounts and deals throughout Denver for being a student? UniverCity Key is a program that has been providing the CU Denver community with affordable experiences since 2014! Some deals can include discounted parking, special meal pricing, retail savings, and deals on cultural events just to name a few. Click below to explore some of these exciting offers!