Population Health

COVID-19 livestream talks

CDC coronavirus imageThe COVID-19 pandemic is more than just a threat to our health: it’s disrupting our way of life, affecting everything from supply chains, to the way we love, to what is considered essential work. How are we to think about and live amidst this “new normal”?

To answer this, the Graduate School’s Office of Public Lectures has partnered with the Population Health Initiative, the Communication Leadership program within the Department of Communication, and many others to host a weekly panel, “Coexisting with COVID-19.”

Join moderator Hanson Hosein on Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. for 30-minute livestream talks, each featuring two to three faculty from different disciplines at the UW. The series is presented free of charge, although advance registration is required.

Schedule

  • January 7 at 6:30 p.m.: No Really, Are We THERE Yet???, featuring Dr. Helen Chu and Dr. Vinay Gupta.
  • January 14 at 6:30 p.m.: Art in the Time of Illness, featuring Priya Frank and Valerie Curtis-Newton.
  • January 21 at 6:30 p.m.: Are the Kids Gonna Be Alright?, featuring Jill Locke and Janine Jones.

Learn more or register