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“Marketing with a Purpose” by Alumni and Community Relations
Tuesday February 9th @ 12:00 pm
Alumni & Community Relations is featuring alumna Karisa Schroeder in an interview next week, with the title “Marketing with a Purpose.” Karisa is currently a Product Marketing Manager for Data and Location Services at Esri. A School of Business grad, she is passionate about reaching and inspiring current undergraduate students.
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“Farm Workers, Justice and the People Who Feed Us” by Redlands Public Square
Tuesday, February 9th @ 5:00 pm via Webex
Join Dr. Daniel Klooster of the Environmental Science department and Dr. Gregory Ramos of the Theater department as they lead a discussion on farm workers rights.
“Among Us Night” by Wadada Wa Rangi Wengi (WRW)
Tuesday February 9th @ 7:30 pm via Discord
Join the members of WRW For another Among Us night! Come learn more about us and what we stand for while playing a couple of rounds of Among Us! Email email@example.com for more information and we’ll hope to see you there!
“Skribbl” by WRW
Tuesday February 9th @ 8:30 pm via Discord
Join the members of WRW and learn more about us and what we stand for while playing a couple of rounds of Skribbl! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and we’ll hope to see you there!
“Celebrity Guess Who” by ASUR Social Affairs
Wednesday, February 10th @ 4:30 pm via Webex
Come hang out with ASUR Social Affairs on Wednesday and guess different celebrities and musicians! Play for the opportunity to win a prize.
HAST Guest Speaker Series: Aysha Akhtar
Thursday February 11th @ 4:00 pm via Webex
Our Symphony With Animals: How Our Destinies Are Shared
Aysha Akhtar, M.D., M.P.H., is the President and CEO of the Center for Contemporary Sciences, which is pioneering the transition to replace the use of animals in experimentation with effective human-based technologies. She is a double-board certified neurologist and preventive medicine specialist, with a background in public health, and is a U.S veteran. Previously she served as Deputy Director of the U.S. Army Traumatic Brain Injury Program developing the Army’s brain injury prevention and treatment strategies for soldiers. As a Commander in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, Dr. Akhtar frequently deployed to assist with national public health emergencies.
For a decade, Aysha was a Medical Officer at the Food and Drug Administration, most recently in the Office of Counterterrorism and Emerging Threats, implementing studies on vaccine effectiveness and safety and using her Top-Secret Security Clearance to develop national preparedness strategies for public health threats. Aysha is a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. She is the author of the two books, Our Symphony With Animals. On Health, Empathy and Our Shared Destinies and Animals and Public Health, which argues for the need for health institutions to include animals as part of the “public” in public health. Aysha is a TEDx speaker.
“Love poems and Sip” by ASUR
Thursday, February 11th @ 4:15 pm via Webex