Department Events

Native American Heritage Month - "Walk in Beauty" Spiritual Symposium

When: 
8:30am to 1:00pm
Description: 

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Native American Student Affairs is hosting its 3rd Annutal "Walk in Beauty" Symposium on Wednesday, November 9th in the SUMC Ventana Room. We have two exciting speakers presenting: Mrs. Mary Kim Titla and Mr. Claude Two Elk. Our first speaker will be Mrs. Titla at 9am follow be be Claude at 10:15am. Everyone is welcome!

Spoken Word Poetry Workshop: Access to Food Justice in Our Communities

When: 
5:00pm to 6:30pm
Description: 

Join us this Wednesday 5pm -6:30pm for a spoken word poetry workshop on food justice and access. This event is part of the Decolonizing Your Diet events hosted by CGA, Adalberto & Ana Guerrero Student Center, UA Students for Sustainability, University of Arizona L G B T Q+ Resource Center, & Outspoken: Slam Poetry at UA

Conversations on Privacy - Bodies & Health: Wearing Your Doctor on Your Wrist

When: 
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Description: 

Your medical tests, mobile health apps, and wearable devices (like fitbits) produce data that reveal insights into your health and behavior. What happens to that data? This conversation will reveal how new and emerging technologies, such as personal wearable devices that can collect and transfer information on your wellbeing, are changing public health, the practice of medicine, and employment and insurance – now and in the future.

http://sbsdowntown.arizona.edu/bodies-health