The Bixby Center is pleased to sponsor and co-sponsor our own events or those organized in collaboration with campus partners. It is also our pleasure to spotlight events organized by which we’re not directly involved in sponsoring but are organized by others focusing on topics of interest to the Bixby network. We encourage you to please check out the upcoming events we have on our calendar and plan to join us there. Also feel free to browse the past events to get a sense on the type of activities we feature on our calendar.
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Bixby Center will present a virtual undergraduate research paper Presenter: Divya Periyakoil Moderator: Ndola Prata, MD, MSc Day, date: Monday, March 29, 2021 Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Please register here and join us! Meeting ID: 950 3777 4224 Passcode: 152897 Environmental Exposures in Singapore Schools: An Ecological Study (https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/18/4/1843/htm) Divya Periyakoil graduated from UC Berkeley in Spring 2020 as a Regent's Scholar with dual degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and Data Science with a focus in Human…Find out more »
Bixby Center is sponsoring the I4Y CMYE Speaker Series Tuesday, March 9, 2021, 12:30-1:30 pm Presenter: Claudia Cappa, UNICEF Senior Adviser Statistics and Monitoring ZOOM REGISTRATION LINK: HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/I4YCMYE-1 Click this url to see the flyer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O7WDfoeB3F4EgPuDfrCPomFyAPqX0kQP/viewFind out more »
From: Sumstine, Stephanie <SSumstine@mednet.ucla.edu> Date: Fri, Jul 31, 2020 Subject: New Special Issue: Transformative approaches to gender justice in sexual and reproductive health Women’s empowerment has received increasing attention over the past three decades from fields as diverse as epidemiology, economic development, and social justice. Considerable research has shown that unequal power dynamics between women and men leads to numerous poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes, including increased risk of HIV, greater morbidity in childbearing, and higher levels of gender-based violence. Culture,…Find out more »