Because of large-scale macrosocial forces including globalization, urbanization, health disparities and population aging, the world’s health needs are changing. These complex problems demand interdisciplinary approaches and system-based solutions. Toward this end, we are building a vibrant community of scholars and cultivating interdisciplinary collaborations among faculty in the college, across the university and with other institutions to address complex public health problems.
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Colleges of Forestry and Public Health & Human Sciences
Ignite Research Colloquium - Planetary Health: People, Particles and Places
Monday, April 16, 2018
3:30 – 5 p.m. Ignite presentations
5 – 6 p.m. Reception
The concise rapid-fire presentations are designed to ‘ignite’ the audience about research ideas, stimulate thought, and promote collaborations. This forum provides an informal venue for faculty to meet each other. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Division of Health Sciences and Linus Pauling Institute Ignite Research Colloquium
In Winter 2018, we organized and co-hosted the Division of Health Sciences and Linus Pauling Institute Ignite Research Colloquium, an informal venue to promote faculty research collaborations. Twenty faculty provided 2-minute presentations followed by questions, discussion and a reception with other faculty from the Division and LPI. Contact: email@example.com
In Spring 2017, we organized and co-hosted Joint-College Ignite Research Colloquia during which faculty presented their research passions and expertise to spark interdisciplinary conversations and 'ignite' the audience with research ideas, stimulate thought and promote collaborations.
Following the Ignite Research Colloquia, we awarded funding for six, one-year collaborative projects each with a PI from the representative colleges: