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October 2019 Newsletter
This newsletter will come out in the second week of every month and serve as a central source of news about all the people, programs, and events that make up our global campus.
Watch Inaugural Global Meet-Up
President Perman kicked off UMB's Inaugural Global Meet-Up series from Zambia on Sept. 24th with health care professionals from UMB and Zambia sharing best practices in team-based, interprofessional health care. Click on the link to watch the recorded event.
GLOBAL UMB NEWS
The Law & Health Care Program, International and Comparative Law Program, Student Health Law Organization, and International Law Society at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law invite you to attend a discussion on Global Health and Human Rights.
Join the next installment of the Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health's Global Health Seminar Series
NOV 21: Perspectives in Health, Law, and Human Services: "Indigenous Languages and Cultures in Our Practice"
UNESCO has designated 2019 as International Year of Indigenous Languages. The UMB Writing Center, CGEI and Office of International Services joining in this global effort by co-sponsoring an interactive discussion moderated by Rebecca Nagle, a Cherokee artist and activist.
Dr. Friedman-Klabanoff, a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health’s (CVD) Malaria Research Program, spent the month of August in Malawi preparing for her project that will study the immunological basis of natural protection from malaria infection in children.
The group welcomes UMB students from all schools to practice their language learning skills.
In conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting, UMB hosted a workshop on campus called "Technology Transfer in the Context of Responsible Research".
CGEI is pleased to announce our upcoming global grant programs for summer 2020. The student application process will open October 15th with the global grant programs announcement. The application deadline is November 15th. If you are interested in meeting the faculty leads and or asking questions in person, please, join us for the Meet and Greet on Oct 25th.
Upcoming CGEI Events & Deadlines
External Global Events
NIH Global Health Interest Group Meeting on Global Health Disparities
Open to all and free. Global Health Disparities and Their Impact on Future Generations will be held in the NIH Main Campus in Bethesda on November 13th at noon-5pm.
Global Safety & Security
All UMB faculty, staff and students traveling internationally on UMB business or programs are required to register their international travel itineraries and emergency contact information in the UMB International SOS travel registry. International SOS is a worldwide information, medical, and travel security assistance provider for a full range of support to those traveling internationally. Check out the UMB International SOS portal page here for more information and to download the assistance app. Questions? Contact Bonnie Bissonette at email@example.com.