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    June 29 8:45am
    High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
  • SQL: Advanced Data Retrieval and Data Modification
    June 29 1:30pm
    This workshop lasts 3 hours. Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this workshop is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data and learn advanced data retrieval techniques. In addition, participants will learn basic concepts of database transaction processing. more »
  • Mindfulness Meditation
    June 30 11:00am
    Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Looking for an opportunity to practice self-care? Join us for guided mindfulness meditation. You don't have to be a CAPS client and no registration is needed. Student ID is required. more »
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      June 28 12:00am
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    • USA Swimming National Championships
      June 28 12:00am
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    • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
      June 29 8:45am
      High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
    • SQL: Advanced Data Retrieval and Data Modification
      June 29 1:30pm
      This workshop lasts 3 hours. Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this workshop is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data and learn advanced data retrieval techniques. In addition, participants will learn basic concepts of database transaction processing. more »
    • Mindfulness Meditation
      June 30 11:00am
      Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Looking for an opportunity to practice self-care? Join us for guided mindfulness meditation. You don't have to be a CAPS client and no registration is needed. Student ID is required. more »
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      • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
        June 29 8:45am
        High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
      • SQL: Advanced Data Retrieval and Data Modification
        June 29 1:30pm
        This workshop lasts 3 hours. Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this workshop is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data and learn advanced data retrieval techniques. In addition, participants will learn basic concepts of database transaction processing. more »
      • Mindfulness Meditation
        June 30 11:00am
        Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Looking for an opportunity to practice self-care? Join us for guided mindfulness meditation. You don't have to be a CAPS client and no registration is needed. Student ID is required. more »
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        • CLOSED
          June 28 12:00am
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        • USA Swimming National Championships
          June 28 12:00am
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        • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
          June 29 8:45am
          High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
        • SQL: Advanced Data Retrieval and Data Modification
          June 29 1:30pm
          This workshop lasts 3 hours. Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this workshop is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data and learn advanced data retrieval techniques. In addition, participants will learn basic concepts of database transaction processing. more »
        • Mindfulness Meditation
          June 30 11:00am
          Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Looking for an opportunity to practice self-care? Join us for guided mindfulness meditation. You don't have to be a CAPS client and no registration is needed. Student ID is required. more »
        Wednesday, June 28, 2017

          About This Event

          Summary

          The Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program is excited to announce an upcoming seminar titled "The Relevance of Healthcare Ministry in Churches' Response to HIV and AIDS: Assessment in the Free Methodist Church of Southern Africa." This lecture will be given by Innocent Iyakaremye, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This event is co-sponsored by the Committee on African and African-American Studies.

          Iyakaremye's presentation will assess the response of the Free Methodist Church of Southern Africa to HIV and AIDS, major threats currently besieging South Africa. Drawing from fieldwork results from interviews with church leaders, church members, and healthcare-givers, he will argue that the theory of missio Dei can be a resource for the Wesleyan Health Care Ministry in addressing HIV and AIDS.

          Originally from Rwanda, Iyakaremye currently serves as University of KwaZulu-Natal's Monitoring Officer of Memory of HIV and AIDS Project in Sinomlando Centre, while completing his Ph.D. in Gender and Religion. Iyakaremye previously worked at the University College Cork, Ireland, with its Child Studes Unit/TROCAIRE Project.

          This presentation will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 12:00-1:00 PM in Cavanaugh Hall 438. Please RSVP to medhum@iupui.edu.

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          • CLOSED
            June 28 12:00am
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          • USA Swimming National Championships
            June 28 12:00am
            meet more »
          • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
            June 29 8:45am
            High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
          • SQL: Advanced Data Retrieval and Data Modification
            June 29 1:30pm
            This workshop lasts 3 hours. Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this workshop is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data and learn advanced data retrieval techniques. In addition, participants will learn basic concepts of database transaction processing. more »
          • Mindfulness Meditation
            June 30 11:00am
            Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Looking for an opportunity to practice self-care? Join us for guided mindfulness meditation. You don't have to be a CAPS client and no registration is needed. Student ID is required. more »
          Wednesday, June 28, 2017