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Holistic Wellness Workshop

WorkBistro, 2043 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702

This workshop, led by holistic health advocate and medicine woman Nubian Flunder, will be focused on tapping into your inner sweetness through self love and self empowerment. Participants will learn holistic care and wellness methods through energy work, spiritual development, nutrition, and food as medicine. As the founder of The Healing Place Apothecary, Nubian will […]

TIPH Graduate School Fair

Online

As a part of the "This is Public Health" campaign, this event allows prospective Public health students to chat with representatives from various Schools of Public Health - you only need to register once. UC Berkeley's chat room will be open from 9am - 3pm PST. Free for all prospective students and advisors to attend! […]

Understanding COVID-19 Among Industrial Livestock Operation Workers: Salivary Bio-Markers and Mixed Method Approaches

Remote Webinar

Speaker: Carolyn Gigot, Johns Hopkins ERC for Occupational Safety and Health Industrial livestock operations (ILOs), particularly livestock processing facilities, emerged as centers of COVID-19 outbreaks across the United States in early spring of 2020. In collaboration with a North Carolina community organization, we conducted a prospective cohort study of ILO workers, their household members, and […]

Berkeley Public Health Talks | Climate change, drought and rodents drive emergence of Valley fever in California: results from experimental and epidemiologic studies

Register in advance for this virtual meeting

Speaker: Jennifer Head, School of Public Health Researcher Jennifer Head will discuss her research on Valley Fever and how climate and rodent hosts may contribute to the shifting transmission dynamics of Valley Fever, an emerging fungal infection in the southwestern U.S. View more information about this event. Attend this event (Zoom webinar link). Event Contact: lhg@berkeley.edu […]

Public Health Podcasters Graduate Fair

Virtual

Invited schools of public health (including Berkeley Public Health), informatics, policy, and other related fields will be a part of the the first ever Public Health Podcasters Graduate Fair. This event is geared for prospective students interested in a variety of masters, doctoral and certificate programs that will grow their career. Speakers at this event […]

‘Medicine In Name Only’: Mistrust and COVID-19 Among the Crowded Rohingya Refugee Camps in Bangladesh

Zoom

Sadaf Noor E Islam, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Anthropology, Durham University Lawrence Cohen, Professor of Anthropology and South & Southeast Asia Studies Nayanika Mookherjee, Professor in the Department of Anthropology; Co-Director (Social Sciences and Health) in the Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University A talk by Sadaf Noor E Islam, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Anthropology, […]

Heavy Element Biological Coordination: A Fundamental Take on the Intersection of Waste Management, Decontamination and Nuclear Medicine: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall

Prof. Rebecca Abergel, UC Berkeley, Nuclear Engineering From potential contamination of individuals with radioactive fission products after a nuclear accident to the therapeutic use of radio-isotopes for cancer diagnostics and treatment, the coordination and biological chemistry of actinides have become increasingly relevant to a number of applied problems. Understanding the fundamental bonding interactions of selective […]

Berkeley Public Health Talks | Firearm Violence Statistics, Research, and Prevention

Please register for this virtual event

Speaker: Rose Kagawa, UC Davis Rose Kagawa, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UC Davis, will discuss her research on violence prevention and firearm policy. She has particular interest in understanding how social and environmental contexts influence violence perpetration and victimization through the life course. View more information about this event. […]

On-Campus MPH Virtual Pre-Application Advising Session

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The UC Berkeley School of Public Health is excited to host prospective on-campus MPH applicants for a virtual pre-application advising session! The first half of this session from 4:00 – 4:50 will help you learn more about how to prepare a strong application for our graduate programs and assess if our school is the right […]

Berkeley Online MPH Program Overview

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Unsure if an online format is the right fit for you? Please join us as our admissions team will cover the following: structure of program areas of study/concentration unique highlights about the program cost/scholarships eligibility and preparation This session will be in a presentation format and close with a live Q&A. If you would like […]

Engineering Polymeric Materials to Study Cancer Dynamics: Nano Seminar series

180 Tan Hall

Speaker: Prof. Sarah Heilshorn, Stanford University, MSE & BioE & ChemE Cell-induced matrix remodeling is a hallmark of both disease and regeneration. My lab develops biomaterials and matrix characterization methods to study these dynamic cell-matrix interactions. In designing our biomaterials, we employ protein engineering methods with simple polymer physics models to create biomimetic extracellular matrices […]

Tele-operated Social Robots: Designing for an Inclusive Future

Zoom

Speaker: Veronica Ahumada, Assistant Professor, Director of the Technology and Social Connectedess (TASC) Lab, UC Davis Health/Pediatrics/Center for Health and Technology Verónica Ahumada is an assistant professor of health informatics and human-robot interaction in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of California, Davis. She directs the Technology and Social Connectedness (TASC) Lab in UC […]

Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lectures: Metrics in Action: Lessons Learned from 30 Years of the Global Burden of Disease Study

Chevron Auditorium International House

Featured Speaker Christopher J.L. Murray, Professor and Chair of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington and Director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), University of Washington and Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation About this lecture The Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) began in 1991 sponsored by the World Bank and […]

Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lectures: 21st Century Global Health Priorities

Chevron Auditorium International House

Featured Speaker Christopher J.L. Murray, Professor and Chair of Health Metrics Sciences, University of Washington and Director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), University of Washington and Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation About this lecture The world has lived through 2+ years of the COVID-19 pandemic heightening the awareness of the […]

Organizing Change Toward Health Equity

Virtual

Speakers: Thomas Fisher, Director of the Minnesota Design Center and the Dayton Hudson Chair in Urban Design at the College of Design at the University of Minnesota Giselle Sebag, International Society for Urban Health Sharmin Kader, Environmental Design Research Association Sharon Roerty, Robert Wood Johnson Organization Alan Logan, Nova Institute for Health This panel addresses […]

Fine Particulate Matter Exposure from Secondhand Cannabis Bong Smoking

Zoom

Speaker: Patton Khuu Nguyen, MPH, ASP Secondhand cannabis smoke (SHCS) is a novel exposure source uncharacterized in homes, containing known health risk factors including exposure to several hundred toxic chemicals, carcinogens, and fine particulate matter (PM2.5), many at higher concentrations than tobacco smoke. Decades of secondhand tobacco smoke (SHTS) research demonstrate causal links to cancer, […]

What is Alzheimer’s disease and why can’t we develop effective treatments? | The Latest in Public Health Research: Berkeley Public Health Talks

Virtual event - Please pre-register

Speaker: William Jagust, School of Public Health Professor William Jagust will discuss his recent work on Alzheimer's disease and why we can't develop effective treatments. Professor Jagust’s research is oriented towards understanding the changes in the brain that occur with aging and Alzheimer’s disease. His work uses multimodality imaging and cognitive neuroscience approaches. View more […]

Berkeley Public Health Online Application Clinic

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Learn about Berkeley Public Health's application process for the online master’s program. We will cover the requirements of the application and provide helpful tips and tricks for a strong application. We will also provide to address any questions you may have. Please note this is webinar is for Master's interest only and will only cover […]

Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair 2022

Online

Berkeley Public Health will be presenting at the Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair on Friday, October 21 from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM PT! If you’re considering graduate study at UC Berkeley, we encourage you to attend our virtual Graduate Diversity Admissions Fair from Monday, Oct. 17 through Friday, Oct. 21. This admissions fair was developed […]

Precision environmental health and cancer epidemiology: the potential of untargeted LC-HRMS exposomics | The Latest in Public Health Research: Berkeley Public Health Talks

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Speaker: Lauren Petrick, Associate Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY Untargeted analysis is a powerful approach whereby measuring thousands of endogenous metabolites and exogenous chemicals in a biological sample enables the investigation of downstream responses to exposures. This can be used to reveal links between exposures and downstream health outcomes. This presentation describes […]

Funding your Public Health Degree

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health will be hosting a webinar to provide information in the areas of funding, financial aid, eligibility, and cost of attendance. This session will help prospective students prepare for their anticipated costs and provide helpful resources. The first half of this event will be focus on a presentation regarding […]

Berkeley Public Health Graduate Writing Workshop

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

The admissions team will share key components to help you write write two effective essays. Learn the similarities and distinctions between our required essays. Register for this event Please contact online.mph@berkeley.edu if you have any questions. Access Coordinator: Stephanie Nguyen, online.mph@berkeley.edu, 510-664-7979

The Wallace CoE Speaker Series: Self-Managed Abortion in the Digital Age

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We are now living in a post-Roe world, where 11 states have banned abortion, and an additional 15 states have highly restricted abortion access. As access to surgical abortion is significantly curtailed, many individuals are seeking self-managed abortion, commonly referred to as medication abortion. However, while using a misoprostol/mifepristone combination of pills to induce an […]

Health Care Access: How Are the Courts Shaping our Future?

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A Community & Continuing Legal Education Webinar NoHLA is holding a Continuing Legal Education program in October that might be of interest to your students and faculty. The CLE webinar, “Health Care Access: How Are the Courts Shaping our Future?” will explore the impact that court decisions are having on healthcare access, especially for vulnerable […]

Evidence on the Impacts of Local SSB Taxes in the U.S. | The Latest in Public Health Research: Berkeley Public Health Talks

Virtual event - Please pre-register

Speaker: Lisa Powell, PhD, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago Lisa M. Powell, Ph.D. is a Distinguished Professor and Director in the Division Health Policy and Administration in the School of Public Health and Director of the Illinois Prevention Research Center in the Institute for Health Research and Policy at the […]

Shaping Future Generations?: The ethics, markets, and movements of gene editing and assisted reproduction

Haviland Hall Commons Haviland Hall

Moderator: Osagie Obasogie, Chair of OBI Diversity & Health Disparities Cluster, UC Berkeley Panelist/Discussants: Meghna Mukherjee, Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley, Sociology Lisa Ikemoto, Professor, UC Davis School of Law Jennifer Denbow, Associate Professor of Political Science, California Polytechnic State University Emily Beitiks, Interim Director, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University […]

Improving Health in the Community in the Time of COVID-19: The Role of Mandates

Sibley Auditorium, Bechtel Engineering Center

Featured Speaker: Arthur Reingold, Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health Historically, the U.S. and other countries have implemented laws that limit or prohibit various individual behaviors in order to protect the public’s health and reduce the risk of infection, illness, and injury. Restrictions and mandates imposed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and legal challenges to […]

Berkeley Food Institute Community Showcase at the Oxford Tract

Oxford Tract, 1751 Walnut Street, Berkeley, CA

The Berkeley Food Institute, Berkeley Agroecology Lab, and friends celebrate the return to campus with a Community Showcase at The Oxford Tract, one of UC Berkeley’s premier sites for hands-on food systems research and education. We invite you to meet and connect with our food systems community, tour the Berkeley Experimental Farm, and learn about […]

Annual Fall Conference: DREAM Office Presentation

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The DREAM (Diversity, Respect, Equity, Action, and Multiculturalism) Office is hosting their Annual Fall Conference for prospective students as a virtual series. The conference, which consists of three virtual sessions, will dive deeper into the graduate student experience at Berkeley Public Health. There will be opportunities to hear from current students, network with faculty, and […]

Weighing the Future: Race, Science, and Pregnancy Trials in the Postgenomic Era

Colloquia, Berkeley Way West 2121 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA

Speaker/Performer: Natali Valdez, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Purdue University Contemporary clinical trials selectively draw on epigenetics to connect behavioral choices made by pregnant people, such as diet and exercise, to health risks for future generations. As the first ethnography of its kind, Weighing the Future examines the sociopolitical implications of ongoing pregnancy trials in the […]

UCB MCAH Alumni Event: Reconnecting Through MCAH Community

Berkeley Way West, 5th Floor Garden Terrace 2121 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA

Join the UC Berkeley Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program for an exciting event centered in strengthening our community by reuniting former MCAH students!  Our goal is to create a space where we can come together to reconnect with our MCAH colleagues, mentors, and friends who have been navigating work and personal life during a global […]

$15 – $25

Towards Accelerating Strategies for Hepatitis B Elimination: Increasing Vaccination Among Adults in High-Impact Settings

Onsite and Online Event - See Event Details

Click the image above to download the event flyer (.pdf) The Forum for Collaborative Research is pleased to invite students and faculty to our adult hepatitis B vaccination event: Towards Accelerating Strategies for Hepatitis B Elimination: Increasing Vaccination Among Adults in High-Impact Settings. This symposium, a collaborative project with UC Berkeley School of Public Health, […]

Berkeley Public Health Online Program Overview

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This virtual session covers the general overview of our online MPH format. Our Admissions Representatives will cover course offerings, unique program highlights and how to navigate our application process and much more! This session will be in a presentation format and close with a live Q&A. Register for this event Please contact online.mph@berkeley.edu if you have any […]

The application of wearable devices for biomechanical exposure assessment in occupational health: progress and pitfalls | The Latest in Public Health Research: Berkeley Public Health Talks

Virtual event - Please pre-register

Speaker: Carisa Harris-Adamson, Associate Professor, School of Public Health Carisa Harris-Adamson will discuss: The application of wearable devices for biomechanical exposure assessment in occupational health: progress and pitfalls. Carisa Harris, PhD, CPE is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco, and in the School of Public […]

Q&A with Marion Nestle

Berkeley Way West, 5th Floor Garden Terrace 2121 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA

Q&A with Marion Nestle, PhD '68, MPH '86, co-author, or co-editor of fourteen books, most notably Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health (2002). She has a new memoir released October 4, 2022 reflecting on her life and storied career.

Funding your Public Health Degree

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health will be hosting a webinar to provide information in the areas of funding, financial aid, eligibility, and cost of attendance. This session will help prospective students prepare for their anticipated costs and provide helpful resources. The first half of this event will be focus on a presentation regarding […]

Work, Health, and Inequality: Towards a Comprehensive Approach to Work as a Social Determinant of Health

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

While work has long been acknowledged as a Social Determinant of Health (SDOH), consideration of its impact on health is generally limited to workplace exposures. However, the influence a job has over health goes well beyond the physical, emotional and social conditions at work. Indeed, one’s job or career exerts a significant influence over other […]

Inequality as a Frontier for Science Journalism

Stanley Hall Auditorium University Drive, Berkeley

The Kavli Center for Ethics, Science, and the Public and the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, invite you to a lecture sponsored by the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards program. About the talk Amy Maxmen spent eight months investigating how exploitation, poverty and discrimination drove the Covid-19 pandemic —and why […]

California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education

Long Beach Convention Center

The California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, planned by a consortium of public and private colleges and universities from throughout California, have been designed particularly to meet the needs of advanced undergraduates and master's candidates who belong to groups that are currently underrepresented in doctoral-level programs. The groups include low-income and first-generation college students […]

The PROVIDENT randomized controlled trial: leveraging predictive modeling to target overdose prevention resources in Rhode Island | The Latest in Public Health Research: Berkeley Public Health Talks

Virtual event - Please pre-register

Speaker: Jennifer Ahern, Professor, School of Public Health Professor Jennifer Ahern will discuss her recent work: The PROVIDENT randomized controlled trial: leveraging predictive modeling to target overdose prevention resources in Rhode Island. Dr. Jennifer Ahern is Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health. She […]

Annual DREAM Office Fall Conference: Current Master’s in Public Health Student Panel

Online

The DREAM (Diversity, Respect, Equity, Action, and Multiculturalism) Office is hosting their Annual Fall Conference for prospective students as a virtual series. The conference, which consists of three virtual sessions, will dive deeper into the graduate student experience at Berkeley Public Health. There will be opportunities to hear from current students, network with faculty, and […]

Bernard Moses Memorial Lecture: The Social Safety Net as an Investment in Children

Toll Room Alumni House

Speaker: Hilary Hoynes, Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Haas Distinguished Chair in Economic Disparities, UC Berkeley A hallmark of every developed nation is the provision of a social safety net – a collection of public programs that deliver aid to the poor. Because of their higher rates of poverty, children are often a major […]

Berkeley Public Health Online Application Clinic

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Learn about Berkeley Public Health's application process for the online master’s program. We will cover the requirements of the application and provide helpful tips and tricks for a strong application. We will also provide to address any questions you may have. Please note this is webinar is for Master's interest only and will only cover […]

On-Campus Admissions Office Hours

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Join Residential Admissions and Recruitment Manager, Ella M. Crawford, and fellow prospective students for this virtual hour long live Q&A to answer any lingering questions as we draw closer to the application deadline. Registration is required. Register for this event Event Contact: sphadmit@berkeley.edu Access Coordinator: Michelle Azurin,  sphadmit@berkeley.edu,  510-664-9084 View this event on the UC Berkeley calendar

Annual DREAM Office Fall Conference: Networking with Faculty

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

The DREAM (Diversity, Respect, Equity, Action, and Multiculturalism) Office is hosting their Annual Fall Conference for prospective students as a virtual series. The conference, which consists of three virtual sessions, will dive deeper into the graduate student experience at Berkeley Public Health. There will be opportunities to hear from current students, network with faculty, and […]

Architecture as Global Health Equity

Virtual

This panel will center on urgent questions for global architectural practice provoked by the simultaneous epidemics of COVID-19, inequity, and climate change, with a particular focus on implications for health equity. View more information about this event. Event Contact: epidemicurbanism@gmail.com Access Coordinator: Helen Kochetkova, nela62@berkeley.edu, 650-210-6759

What will it take to prevent the next big one? Pandemics, Planetary Health and Our Global Future

Onsite and Online Event - See Event Details

Location: 5101 Berkeley Way West and zoom. Laurie Garrett will discuss what it will take to prevent the next pandemic and to protect both the health of our planet and the future of global health. Garrett is an award-winning science writer and author. She is the only writer to have been awarded all “Three Ps” […]

Letters of Recommendation for Graduate Admissions Workshop

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This admissions workshop will discuss who your reference could be, how to ask for a positive letter, and connecting the recommendation to your application. A Q&A will follow a short presentation. Registration is required. Register for this event Event Contact: sphadmit@berkeley.edu Access Coordinator: Michelle Azurin,  sphadmit@berkeley.edu,  510-664-9084

Funding your Public Health Degree

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health will be hosting a webinar to provide information in the areas of funding, financial aid, eligibility, and cost of attendance. This session will help prospective students prepare for their anticipated costs and provide helpful resources. The first half of this event will be focus on a presentation regarding […]

TO BE RESCHEDULED: A Berkeley Public Health Conversation with California Surgeon General Dr. Diana Ramos

Colloquia, Berkeley Way West 2121 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA

This event is postponed and will be rescheduled. Join us for a conversation with California Surgeon General Diana Ramos. Dr. Diana Ramos is the Surgeon General of California. Prior to this role, she was director of state public health and prevention programs at the California Department of Public Health’s Center for Healthy Communities and before […]

Essays for Graduate Admissions Workshop

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This workshop will showcase the distinction between the personal statement and statement of purpose. The admissions team will share key components to help you write two effective essays. Registration is required. Register for this event Event Contact: sphadmit@berkeley.edu Access Coordinator: Michelle Azurin,  sphadmit@berkeley.edu,  510-664-9084

Office Hours with Prospective Student Ambassadors

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The DREAM Office is excited to announce our new virtual monthly office hours with our prospective student ambassadors! Our ambassadors can answer questions about their student experience and what it’s like being a student in the School of Public Health at Berkeley. At this Office hour you will hear from current Berkeley Public Health Graduate […]

SOPHAS for Graduate Admissions Workshop

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This workshop will go over how to use SOPHAS and which elements of the application need to be submitted to this application portal. After a short presentation we will open up the space to answer any questions from participants. Registration is required. Register for this event Event Contact: sphadmit@berkeley.edu Access Coordinator: Michelle Azurin,  sphadmit@berkeley.edu,  510-664-9084

Online MPH Graduate Essay Workshop

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This workshop will showcase the distinction between the personal statement and statement of purpose. The admissions team will share key components to help you write two effective essays. Registration is required. Register for this event Access Coordinator: Stephanie Nguyen, online.mph@berkeley.edu

UC Berkeley Graduate Application Workshop

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This workshop will go over how to use the UC Berkeley Graduate Application and which elements of the application need to be submitted to this portal. After a short presentation we will open up the space to answer any questions from participants. Registration is required. Register for this event Event Contact: sphadmit@berkeley.edu Access Coordinator: Michelle Azurin,  sphadmit@berkeley.edu, […]

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This form is for requesting updates/changes to the OOMPH Student Gateway site. Go there to say what you want.