Date: April 21-22, 2017
Location: Elon University, Elon, North Carolina
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Global education scholars Darla Deardoff and Eric Hartman will draw on their research in two plenaries and an interactive panel discussion. These sessions will focus on global health, human rights, global learning and assessment fundamentals in global education, as well as ways to utilize assessment in the scholarship of teaching and learning. These sessions are open to faculty from any department or discipline engaged in or thinking about the impact of global learning.
When: June 8 & 9, 2017
Where: University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minneapolis Minnesota
The “Ethics of Help” symposium will explore the ethical complexities of volunteering in health care settings at home and abroad. From high school students to licensed health professionals, more and more people are engaging in philanthropic health care among vulnerable populations, usually in settings unfamiliar to them. They are well-intentioned individuals who give their time in hopes of making a difference to others, and possibly to explore or test their skills in new settings.
This symposium will bring together the champions and challengers of voluntarism in health care settings at home and abroad, opening up space for a challenging conversation: what inadvertent harms can occur even when one volunteers with the best of intentions? What can we as individuals, as members and leaders of organizations, institutions, and professional associations, do to understand better the inadvertent risks in volunteering in health care settings, and what strategies can we use to maximize the benefits for patients, communities, volunteers, and institutions everywhere.
Dates: June 19-21, 20017
Location: Allegheny College
Do you teach global public health to undergraduates? Apply to the Summer Institute for Course Design and Program Development. Join AAC&U, CFHI, CUGH, and the GLCA at Allegheny College, Meadville, PA for a workshop and charrette to strengthen your courses, support your students’ experiential programs, and develop or refine your global health major, minor, or program. Apply at: www.UndergraduateGlobalHealth.net.