Meet and Greet with IWRI faculty! Open to all AIAN UW students

Please join the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute for a meet and greet / open house! Please RSVP at so to help plan accordingly for food, gifts, etc. This event is open to all AIAN students (any level, any degree program)



Amazing opportunity to meet and talk with Dr. Ivo Garrido TOMORROW! Don’t miss his upcoming lecture as well!

On Wednesday, November 7, from 4:30-5:30 p.m., we have a great opportunity for you to informally chat with Dr. Ivo Garrido, the former Minister of Health in Mozambique and former President of the World Health AssemblyHe has worked for many years at many levels to improve health systems in Mozambique, and has been a strong advocate for country ownership of health programs in the era of big donors.

He is eager to meet with students to share his experiences and answer any questions you might have!

The meet & greet will be held in Communications Room 226. Please let us know via this RSVP if you think you can attend.
*If you are unable to view the embedded link, please RSVP here.

In addition, he will be giving the 2018 Stephen Gloyd Endowed Lecture on Thursday, November 8, 4-5:30 p.m., in the William H. Foege Building Auditorium (Room S-060), with a reception to follow in the Vista Café.



Attend the 28th Annual Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Conference!

Any women scholars of science and engineering at any and all levels are encouraged to participate! Workshops and presentations will be offered throughout day that speak to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) educational and career pathways. There are great opportunities to network and explore opportunities!

Student and Departmental Registration will open in November


Wondering what the next step is with a Public Health degree? Come learn about three practice-based fellowships!

Links to fellowships discussed are below: 

  1. The Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS)
  2. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Applied Epidemiology Fellowship (CSTE-AEF)
  3. The Public Health Associate Program (PHAP)