April 3: Public Health Fairin the Breezeway from 11:30AM – 3PM
Stop by to hear about on-campus resources and off-campus resources for mental health, injury and violence prevention, and public health advocacy.
April 4: Code Black Movie Screeningat 6:00PM in the Gelb Auditorium (BC-126)
Learn about the intersection between emergency medicine and public health in this documentary filmed in America’s busiest Emergency Department.
April 5: Lunch Talk about Opioids as a Public Health Issue at 12:00PM in the Gelb Auditorium (BC-126)
Learn about the opioid epidemic as a public health issue, especially in South Florida.
April 30-May 3: Art Gallery in College of Medicine Atrium (BC-71)
Featuring pieces from World AIDS Museum and FAU Student Artwork for Minority Health Month
Art submissions are requested for an exhibit organized by students at FAU’s CESCOM that will take place between April 30th-May 3rd in the BC-71 atrium. This exhibit will commemorate National Minority Health Month and will include pieces loaned from the World AIDS Museum in Wilton Manors, Florida. Art must address the intersection of health and humanity, an intentionally broad theme to allow for interpretation. Please submit photos of your work by April 20th in either .pdf or .jpeg form with a short written statement about how you have addressed the theme. Please also know that those featured will be required to sign a liability waiver. You do not need to be an artist to participate — you need only be creative