What’s Happening around Rutgers – January 2020

Adverse Childhood Experiences, Social Determinants of Health, and the Road to Health Equity

Tuesday January 21, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Medical Science Building, RBHS Newark

Luis Alzate-Duque, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at Rutgers NJMS, will present this important, socially-relevant talk addressing health inequity and the road to redress. All interested parties are encouraged to attend. Learn more.

Outside the Wire: Speaking Out About Marginalized Experiences in the Military

Wednesday January 22, 7–8:30pm
Rutgers–Camden Campus Center, Multi-Purpose Room

Outside the Wire is an annual programming series highlighting veterans’ narratives. This event pairs the lived experiences of veterans with speakers whose scholarly, journalistic, or creative work concerns veterans’ experiences. The panel will feature Samuel Black, curator of African American Programs at the Heinz History Center; Helen Benedict, author of The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq; and area veterans. Learn more and RSVP to attend.

Hosted by the Writers House.

Dogs and People and Dingoes

Friday January 24, 3:30 p.m.
Ruth Adams Building, Rutgers–New Brunswick

As part of the 2019-20 Lecture Series of the Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES), Dr. Patricia Shipman (Pennsylvania State University) will give a lecture, “Dogs and People and Dingoes.” Learn more.

Matt Badessa