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Announcements & Events

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

UofSC to host 2021 Physical Activity and Public Health Courses

Exercise science professor Russell Pate and Prevention Research Center director Sara Wilcox will direct the Physical Activity and Public Health Courses for researchers and practitioners in September. Learn more and register by June 1.

Call for Proposals! Graduate funding opportunity in maternal and child health research

The UofSC Maternal and Child Health Catalyst Program invites proposals from graduate students and will fund up to three graduate scholars to pursue research in areas related to the health and well-being of mothers, children and adolescents. Deadline is March 22, 2021.

Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk looks at Utilizing Passively Collected Data within Daily Life

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, February 23 when Dartmouth College assistant professor Nick Jacobson will discuss Utilizing Passively Collected Data within Daily Life to Enhance Assessment and Treatment of Depression and Anxiety.

American Public Health Association launches Keep it Moving Challenge

The Arnold School Dean’s Student Advisory Council invites you to an early kick-off to National Public Health Week with the APHA's Keep it Moving Challenge. Sign up, join our ASPH team, and sync your device using Walker Tracker!

Call for abstracts by February 19: UofSC Nutrition Research Symposium on April 9

Doctoral students and recent PhD graduates or their advisors are invited to submit an abstract of 250 words maximum for a virtual oral presentation of completed doctoral dissertation research. University faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit an abstract of 250 words maximum for a virtual poster presentation.

Nominate extraordinary Arnold School students for the 2021 master’s and doctoral achievement awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations for its annual graduate student awards, which will be presented at the 2021 Hooding Ceremony.

Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk focuses on Digital Self-Monitoring in Behavioral Weight Loss Interventions

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, January 26 when Stanford Prevention Research Center Michele Patel will discuss Digital Self-Monitoring in Behavioral Weight Loss Interventions.

Register now for the 2021 Virtual Big Data Health Science Conference February 5-6

This year's theme will focus on Unlocking the Power of Big Data: Bringing Innovation into Improved Care and Prevention. Learn about the conference schedule, speakers, student competition (January 29-31), registration (only $25), and more.

Nominate an exceptional Arnold School faculty member for one of three 2021 Arnold School faculty awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations to recognize outstanding faculty with one of three 2021 awards in the areas of teaching, research, and service. Recipients will be honored at the 2021 Hooding Ceremony.

Nominate outstanding Arnold School graduates for one of two 2021 Arnold School alumni awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations to recognize outstanding alumni with 2021 awards in two categories: those who graduated prior to 2011 and those who graduated in 2011 or later. Recipients will be honored at the 2021 Hooding Ceremony.

Lab offers resources and services for analytical and research support

Need analytical or technical resources to support your research? Led by environmental health sciences associate professor Mohammed Baalousha, the Environmental Nanoscience and Analytics Laboratory offers one-of-a-kind facilities and services.

Call for proposals by February 15

The Carolina Center on Alzheimer’s Disease and Minority Research is providing grants for pilot projects related to sociocultural, behavioral, and environmental determinants of ADRD health disparities.

Student Nutrition Group and Harvest Hope Food Bank host food drive in November

Support South Carolina's most vulnerable residents by contributing to the Student Nutrition Group and Harvest Hope Food Bank's food drive in November. Learn more about donations and volunteer opportunities.

Tech Tuesday Talk focuses on using social media for weight loss treatment on college campuses

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, October 27 when George Washington University professor Melissa Napolitano will discuss using social media for weight loss treatment on college campuses.

Call for Proposals! Graduate funding opportunity in maternal and child health research

The UofSC Maternal and Child Health Catalyst Program invites proposals from graduate students and will fund up to three graduate scholars to pursue research in areas related to the health and well-being of mothers, children and adolescents.

Join us for an online chat about Arnold School graduate programs and degrees

The University of South Carolina's Arnold School of Public Health is the only Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)-accredited School of Public Health in the state of South Carolina. We invite you to participate in the This is Public Health Virtual Fair for a chance to ask questions of our admissions staff or directly to graduate program directors in our departments.

Research Participant Opportunity! Help scientists understand the effects of COVID-19 on the brain

The Aging Brain Cohort is conducting a research study to gather health history data and study the effects of COVID-19 on various aspects of cognition and brain health. Receive $70 for 3-4 hours of time (mostly online) for sharing your experiences with COVID-19.

Call for Abstracts! 2020 Virtual Nutrition Symposium

University faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit an abstract by August 28 to present at the 2020 Nutrition symposium, UofSC Nutrition Research Day: Share, Discover, Connect.

The 10th Annual Nutrition Symposium is going virtual!

Join the UofSC Nutrition Consortium for the 10th Annual Nutrition Symposium. The event will occur over a 6 week period starting September 18th, 2020. The symposium will include a weekly webinar occurring each Friday from 10:00AM-11:00AM.

Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces 2020 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 award which will recognize up to two outstanding graduate students.

C-STAR Lecture Series continues in 2020 - 2021

The C-STAR lecture series offers online biweekly talks by members and guests of the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery. The series include lectures on aphasia, rehabilitation after stroke, neuroimaging and neurostimulation methodology, and the neurobiology of language.

UofSC Nutrition Consortium to host Fall Service Project on November 18

Join the University of South Carolina Nutrition Consortium for the Fall Service Project in the Sustainable Carolina Garden on November 18 (2-3:30 pm).

CANCELLED: Clyburn Lecture features keynote speaker Joseph Telfair on April 6

This event has been cancelled. The Arnold School and SC DHEC will host the 13th Annual James E. Clyburn Health Equity Lecture on April 6 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Please join us for a poster session and keynote presentation by Joseph Telfair on Taking Action to Advance Health Equity: Addressing Poverty and the Social Determinants of Health.

CANCELLED: Call for Abstracts! 13th Annual James E. Clyburn Health Equity Lecture

This event has been cancelled. This poster session is an opportunity to for UofSC faculty, staff and students and individuals from from other academic institutions and community organizations to share their health equity research and practice with others and address this year's theme: Taking Action to Advance Health Equity: Addressing Poverty and the Social Determinants of Health.

February 25 Tech Tuesday Talk features UNC Professor of Medicine and Health Behavior Lisa Hightow-Weidman

Join TecHealth for their Tech Tuesday Talk on February 25 when UNC Professor of Medicine and Health Behavior Lisa Hightow-Weidman will discuss Digital Strategies to End the HIV Epidemic among Youth at noon in Discovery 140.

 

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