AHSE – Microaggression & Macroaggression in Health Science Education, July 8, 11:30-1:00, LIB-400 or Zoom

 

The Division of Academic Innovation (DAI) and RISE Team would like to invite you to attend the upcoming AHSE Summer Sessions:

Microaggression and Macroaggression in Health Science Education

Renay Scales, Ph.D., NCBI Regional Campus Director

Part 2: 11:30 AM-1 PM, July 8, LIB 400 or Zoom

Overview:

  • We’ve learned more about micro and macroaggression in Part 1, now what?
  • How do I act in an accountable manner when I make them?
  • How do I help others understand their errors without making them defensive?
  • Consider joining Part 2 on July 8th to answer these questions!

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify a process for interrupting aggressive comments/behaviors when they have engaged in those comments/behaviors.
  • Demonstrate skill in implementing a process for interrupting aggressive comments/behaviors through role playing.
  • Effectively engage others who have made aggressive comments/behaviors in such a way that decreases defensiveness and moves the conversation forward.

If you plan to attend part 2 in person, please RSVP with Laura Moore by Wednesday, July 6, at noon.

If you plan to attend virtually, please click here to join the Zoom meeting.

June 30: Ammar Kapic to present MS Defense titled, “Targeted delivery of a-Mangostin to prostate cancer cells utilizing reconstituted high density lipoprotein nanoparticles”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Science degree in the School of Biomedical Sciences, Ammar Kapic will present a seminar entitled, “Targeted Delivery of a-Mangostin to Prostate Cancer Cells Utilizing Reconstituted High Density Lipoprotein Nanoparticles” on June 30 at 12:00 p.m. CST in EAD 703. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Ammar Kapic is a master’s candidate in Biochemistry and Cancer Biology under the supervision of Rafal Fudala, PhD, Assistant Professor.

Small Animal Imaging pilot grants

 

The Small Animal Imaging Facility is offering pilot grant awards to facilitate the collection of preliminary imaging data: CT, PET, SPECT, and MRI images. The SAIF pilot grants program is an internal funding mechanism designed to (1) provide imaging access to faculty whose project is not yet externally funded, (2) support the addition of imaging data for current projects, and (3) encourage the use of SAIF resources and stimulate research collaborations. Faculty who receive support through this program are expected to collect preliminary data to submit a research proposal for extramural funding. Faculty can submit only one application per funding cycle.

Award Information:
• Grant awards will range from $2,000 – $5,000. Award amounts are contingent on the number of applications received this cycle.
• Duration of the funding will be through the end of August 2023 (no carryovers are permitted).

Other Terms and Conditions
• Pilot funds will not be awarded until all necessary compliance-related approvals and training are acquired, such as IACUC or IBC.

Internal Submission Deadline: Friday, July 29, 2022

InfoReady Application Link: https://unthsc.infoready4.com/#competitionDetail/1873025

Number of Possible Awardees: 4

Funding will be available on September 1, 2022.

For more information please refer to: https://unthsc.infoready4.com/#competitionDetail/1873025

Nature & Your Health with Heather Kuhlken – join today at 10:00 am

 

Join us for a one hour webinar featuring Heather Kuhlken, a biologist and outdoor educator who inspires individuals and families to fall in love with nature and reap the benefits, ranging from better health to more resilient brains and stronger family connections. Through her nonprofit organization, Families in Nature, Heather has spent the past 12 years inspiring and teaching families how and why to spend more time in nature.

Webinar topics include:

– Why and how nature is beneficial for our health

– How much time we should be spending in the outdoors for specific benefits (Nature Rx!)

– And where and how to spend more time outside to receive these benefits.

About the speaker:

Heather Kuhlken is a biologist and outdoor educator. She is also the author of the book, Adventures in Ecology: A Guidebook to Inspire Environmental Literacy, Outdoor Adventure, and Nature Connection for All which provides more than 1,100 hands-on, science-based lessons for people of all ages. Heather serves as the co-chair of #NatureForAll United States, as a Commissioner for Education and Communication with the IUCN, on the international task force for #NatureForAll, and as a member of the Green Schoolyards of America working group. She is also a published nature and underwater photographer with photos and articles appearing in Rich Louv’s book Vitamin N, as well as in several articles for Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine, Blue Ocean Network, and climate change adaptation materials through the Nature Conservancy.

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3117878948952005648

Library Remote Service Desk closed Monday, July 4th

 

The library’s remote services will be unavailable Monday, July 4th. The library building will remain accessible via badge access. Regular library services will resume Tuesday, July 5th.

Workout of the Day 06/30/2022

 

Latter for time: start at 10 reps and do one less rep for each subsequent set. Once you get to 1 go back up to 10.

Exercises

10 push-ups

10 squats

10 v-ups

10 squat jumps

10 Mountain Climbers (10 each side)

Cultivating Protective Libraries: An Introduction to Public Library Social Work – free webinar Wed, July 13, at 10am (sponsored by NNLM Region 3)

 

The Network of the National Library of Medicine Region 3, housed at the Gibson D. Lewis Library, would like to invite you to join us for the next session of our monthly webinar series, Health Bytes with Region 3.

This monthly 1 hour series focuses on topics of interest to clinicians, researchers, faculty, and information professionals.

In 2009, San Francisco Public Library created the first dedicated, full-time position for a helping professional. Since then, library social work has spread to over four dozen systems around the United States. This session will introduce library social work, its history, and emerging best practices. We will consider the library as a protective factor in the lives of vulnerable populations. Special attention will be paid to the need for person-centered, trauma-informed lenses into the university education of future librarians.

Register here: https://nnlm.gov/training/class/cultivating-protective-libraries-introduction-public-library-social-work

Student food pantries have been restocked with produce & goods

 

Make sure to stop by our student food pantry locations where we have restocked with lots of produce & goods! Potatoes, apples, salad kits, hot dogs, we have it all! (Refrigerated items at SSC location only.)

Location:
SSC, Rm. 180
Library, Rm. 450

Change coming to Daily News

 

Need to share an announcement in Daily News? It’s easy! Did you know you can create, edit and publish your own announcements by clicking the link at the top of your Daily News email and logging in with your HSC user ID and password? When you click through, you’ll see a button at the top left to “Add an Announcement.” Follow that button, and create your announcement!

You can choose from any section other than Campus News, which is reserved for broad-based HSC News or UNT System announcements. After making your selection, you can set the date(s) (up to five dates at once), add hyperlinks, and make edits as needed. If you need to make edits later, simply log back in, and use the search function to find your announcement.

Starting on July 11, the deadline for posting “next-day” Daily News announcements will change to 5 p.m. weekdays. Any announcements posted after 5 p.m. will appear two business days later. For example, an announcement posted after 5 p.m. Monday will appear in Wednesday’s Daily News. This will give our editors an opportunity to review and prioritize announcements, and to contact you with any questions.

Any announcements posted during the weekend will appear in Daily News on the following Tuesday unless there is a university holiday on Monday. In that case, the announcement will post on Wednesday.

Thank you for your support – we look forward to working with you on this Daily News improvement!

HSC Communications Team