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For University-wide events, check out the University of South Carolina calendar of events. For community and Arnold School events, see the My Source for Public Health (MySPH) calendar

Study Recruitment: A watermelon focused dietary inflammatory index counseling system to reduce systemic inflammation

You're invited to see if you qualify to participate in a 12-week Connecting Health Innovations (CHI) intervention study to learn about healthy eating, specifically focusing on watermelon.

Arnold School announces first annual Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program

Through the generous support of Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold, the Arnold School of Public Health is committed to developing future leaders in aging research. In response, the School has established this awards program which will recognize up to two outstanding graduate students.

IMAGINE Counseling System - Registration Extended!

IMAGINE is a fun and engaging program focused on reducing chronic inflammation through dietary changes, increased physical activity, and stress management. The program consists of 12 weekly sessions followed by 9 optional monthly booster sessions

Catherine E. Heigel to speak at the Arnold School Hooding Ceremony on May 4

Catherine Heigel, the director of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, will speak at the 2017 Arnold School Hooding Ceremony at 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 4 at the Koger Center for the Arts. Student, faculty, and alumni awards will also be presented.

2nd Annual Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold Emerging Scholar In Childhood Obesity Graduate Student Research Award

The Arnold School of Public Health is pleased to announce the second annual Emerging Scholar in Childhood Obesity graduate research awards.

CPCP Seminar on April 14

The Arnold School's Cancer Prevention and Control Program invites you to join them for their Colloquium Series on 4/14 at 10 am in Discovery 140.

Exercise Science Seminar Series features Peter Raven on April 7

Join the Department of Exercise Science for a seminar on Arterial Baroreflex Control of Arterial Blood Pressure: Dynamic Exercise by Peter Raven on April 7

Tech Tuesday Talk on April 11

The SC SmartState Technology Center to Promote Healthy Lifestyles (TecHealth) invites you to TechTuesday Talk on April 11 at noon in Discovery 1 Room 140 with Dr. Jim Stritzinger, as the speaker.

Aphasia Laboratory and C-Star Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery host two-day aphasia event

Join the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders for a lecture on Aphasia Rehabilitation and Recovery from Novel Therapy (free CEUs for SLPs) and an aphasia community event on April 6-7.

National Public Health Week 2017 Health Walk

Join the Arnold School and the Dean's Student Advisory Council for a Health Walk/Run! This activity is a free, untimed event open to the public to promote health and fitness to celebrate National Public Health Week 2017 together as a community.

10th Annual Arnold School of Public Health Picnic

The annual Arnold School Picnic will be at at Saluda Shoals Park in Irmo on Saturday, April 29th from 4pm - 8pm. Buy your tickets today!

Free hearing and health screenings on April 4

In honor of National Public Health Week the Arnold School of Public Health will be offering free hearing and health screenings. All faculty, staff, students, and the general public are invited.

Exercise Science Seminar Series features Virginia Howard on March 24

Join the Department of Exercise Sciences for a Seminar by Virginia Howard on Lessons Learned, Results, and Data Sharing from a National Accelerometer Study in Black and White Adults.

Clyburn Lecture focuses on Bridging Health Equity Across Communities with keynote speaker Natalie S. Burke on April 18

The Arnold School and the SC DHEC will host the 10th Annual James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture on April 18 at the USC Alumni Center. Please join us for a poster session and keynote presentation by CommonHealth Action President and CEO Natalie S. Burke

Tech Talk Tuesday: "From Conception to Delivery: the Development of a Mobile Health Intervention for Targeting Weight, Stress, and Social Support among Pregnant Women"

The SC SmartState Technology Center to Promote Healthy Lifestyles (TecHealth) invites you to Tech Tuesday Talk on March 14 at noon in Discovery 1 Room 140 with Alicia Dahl, as the speaker.

CPCP hosts "Overcoming Human Nature to Enhance Plausibility of Causal Inference through Study Design" on March 17

The Arnold School's Cancer Prevention and Control Program invites you to join them for their Colloquium Series on 3/17 at 10 am in Discovery 140.

Rural Lecture Series addresses Why Rural Health Planning is Critical to Successful Rural Collective Impact Approaches

Join the Arnold School and the South Carolina Office of Rural Health for our second in a series of lectures focused on issues impacting our rural communities.

7th Annual Nutrition Symposium will take place on March 31

Save the date! The 7th annual Nutrition Symposium hosted by The School of Earth, Ocean and Environment and The Department of Environmental Health Sciences will be held March 31, 2017 at the Carolina Alumni Center.

World Activity Day 2017

The Exercise Science Club of USC will hold its World Activity Day fundraiser for United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina on Sunday, April 9th. World Activity Day is a team field event designed to promote physical fitness and health and it is a great way for the individuals served by UCPSC to show off their physical capabilities!

Something to Talk About Fundraiser

Join the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders for their third annual fundraiser, Something to Talk About, to benefit the department and its USC Speech and Hearing Research Center.

Seminar on Exercise and Cardiometabolic Risk: Towards precision in Lifestyle-based Medicine

Join the Department of Exercise Science for their Exercise Science Seminar Series on February 22 at 3:00 p.m. in Discovery 140.

Junior Scholarship Symposium on February 17

Join the Arnold School Office of Research and the SmartState Center for Healthcare Quality for a Junior Scholarship Symposium.

Student Health Services Programs & Events February 12-25

Be sure to check out the upcoming events and programs in Student Health Services happening February 12-25.

CPCP hosts "What is Autonomic Self-Regulation? Is It Beneficial for Cancer Survivors?" on February 10

The Arnold School's Cancer Prevention and Control Program invites you to join them for their Colloquium Series on 2/10 at 10 am in Discovery 140.

ENHS hosts "Building the Bridge to Environmental Equity: Lessons from Two Decades of Partnership" on February 15

Join the Arnold School's Department of Environmental Health Sciences for an Environmental Justice Lecture on February 15 at 5:30 p.m. in Public Health Research Center 114.

 

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