Civic Engagement Series: Public Health
The Civic Engagement Series is a series of events sponsored by the CCCE to help get students involved in exploring various modes of engagement around a single topic with the goal of creating awareness and social change. This year, the topic is public health.
Who Is Northfield? Panel
Thursday, February 14 from 12-1pm; Weitz 236; Catered lunch provided
The State of Your Health: A Public Health Lunch with Center for Disease Control MN Department of Health Associates
Tuesday, January 29 from 12-1pm; Alumni Guest House; Lunch for the first 30
Careers in Social Justice Panel
Thursday, February 7 from 12-1pm; LDC 104; Lunch for the first 30
Carolyn Link, Executive Director of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
Sabrice Guerrier, HHMI/CFD Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology at Carleton College
Marshall Hanson, Volunteer doctor at HealthFinders Clinic
The Careers in Social Justice panels are co-sponsored by the Chaplain's Office, Career Center, Center for Community and Civic Engagement (CCCE), and Ethical Inquiry at Carleton (EthIC).
TED Talks: Annie Lennox & Elizabeth Pisani
Monday, February 11 at 7pm; Libe Athenaeum; Refreshments provided