Asian American Pacific Islander Health Research Group (AAPIHRG) invites you to enroll in our 2-unit Break the Silence: Speaker Series Spring Decal.
Wednesdays 6-8 PM | 130 Dwinelle Hall
Asian American & Asian Diaspora Studies 98/198
2 units, P/NP
Our Spring Decal provides students the opportunity to learn more about contemporary health issues in the Asian American Pacific Islander Community. Participate in lectures and discussions led by AAPI physicians, community health researchers, activists, and policy analysts in the San Francisco Bay Area. Lectures aim to highlight AAPI community health and social justice issues currently invisible within the UCB curriculum such as gentrification and community displacement, youth incarceration, occupational health and mental health disparities, and workforce development.
All sessions are open to the campus community. Students interested taking the Break the Silence speaker series as a DeCal will receive 2 units and have the opportunity to apply for a research internship or course facilitator position in the fall. This future opportunity provides students with mentorship from AAPIHRG's network of alumni medical and health professionals.
Infosessions for more information will be presented on
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 in 229 Dwinelle Hall from 7-9 PM
Check out our Facebook event page for further updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/792890184196730/
If you cannot come to our infosessions, no worries! Stop by the first day of class.
Our first decal session will be held on Wednesday 1/25 from 6-8pm in 130 Dwinelle.
Refreshments provided, space limited.
Register at www.tinyurl.com/calbts2017 and officially enroll by adding the course on calcentral
Contact Jacklin Ha (email@example.com) or Patton Nguyen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
AAPIHRG 2017 | Cohort 9