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Hi everyone,

Thanks to all who attended this week's MNAIDS lecture series!

As mentioned at yesterday's PHR meeting, below are a few international
health events/resources that might interest you:

November 14, 2005, 12:15-2:00 p.m., 2-650 Moos Tower
Special guest speaker: Steven Miles, M.D., Professor, Center for Bioethics
and Medicine and Geriatrics, will talk about "Global Health and the
Frightened Empire." Dan Miller, MS4, will present information regarding
his year-long medical experiences in Mexico, India and Tanzania. Jointly
sponsored by the IMER Office, UofM Office of International Programs
(www.international.umn.edu/ <http://www.international.umn.edu/>) and the U.=
S.
Departments of State and
Education.

Unfortunately, the other event I mentioned through the Tropical & Travel
Medicine Seminar Series, "Pathways to International Health", has already
occurred. However, to learn more about their future events, visit
http://www.tropical.umn.edu/index.htm.

And one last item: for those interested in cooking at Agape Dos, which
provides permanent and affordable housing for low-income persons who have
also been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, Dan Fulton will be volunteering there on
Friday, Nov. 18, and is willing to take up to two people with him. If
you're interested, e-mail him at [log in to unmask]

If you can't make that date but are still interested in volunteering with
AIDS projects, we still have slots open to deliver meals to HIV/AIDS
patients. Available dates will come out next week. Delivery times are
between 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (approximately -- depends on whether the
drivers need to attend orientation or not -- typically the delivery doesn't
take that long). While you'd have to miss most of our morning classes that
day, you'd definitely be back in time for afternoon classes.

Thanks again!
Samantha






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<span class=3D"gmail_quote"><br></span>Hi everyone,<br><br>Thanks to all wh=
o attended this week's MNAIDS lecture series!<br><br>As mentioned at yester=
day's PHR meeting, below are a few international<br>health events/resources=
 that might interest you:
<br><br>November 14, 2005, 12:15-2:00 p.m., 2-650 Moos Tower<br>Special gue=
st speaker: Steven Miles, M.D., Professor, Center for Bioethics<br>and Medi=
cine and Geriatrics, will talk about &quot;Global Health and the<br>Frighte=
ned Empire.&quot;&nbsp;&nbsp;Dan Miller, MS4, will present information rega=
rding
<br>his year-long medical experiences in Mexico, India and Tanzania.&nbsp;&=
nbsp;Jointly<br>sponsored by the IMER Office, UofM Office of International =
Programs<br>(<a href=3D"http://www.international.umn.edu/">www.internationa=
l.umn.edu/
</a>) and the U.S. Departments of State and<br>Education.<br><br>Unfortunat=
ely, the other event I mentioned through the Tropical &amp; Travel<br>Medic=
ine Seminar Series, &quot;Pathways to International Health&quot;, has alrea=
dy
<br>occurred.&nbsp;&nbsp;However, to learn more about their future events, =
visit<br><a href=3D"http://www.tropical.umn.edu/index.htm">http://www.tropi=
cal.umn.edu/index.htm</a>.<br><br>And one last item: for those interested i=
n cooking at Agape Dos, which
<br>provides permanent and affordable housing for low-income persons who ha=
ve<br>also been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, Dan Fulton will be volunteering th=
ere on<br>Friday, Nov. 18, and is willing to take up to two people with him=
.&nbsp;&nbsp;If
<br>you're interested, e-mail him at <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">fu=
[log in to unmask]</a>.<br><br>If you can't make that date but are still intere=
sted in volunteering with<br>AIDS projects, we still have slots open to del=
iver meals to HIV/AIDS
<br>patients.&nbsp;&nbsp;Available dates will come out next week.&nbsp;&nbs=
p;Delivery times are<br>between 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (approximately -- depen=
ds on whether the<br>drivers need to attend orientation or not -- typically=
 the delivery doesn't
<br>take that long).&nbsp;&nbsp;While you'd have to miss most of our mornin=
g classes that<br>day, you'd definitely be back in time for afternoon class=
es.<br><br>Thanks again!<br>Samantha<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>___________=
____________________________________
<br>PHR mailing list<br><a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
c.umn.edu</a><br><a href=3D"http://mail.ahc.umn.edu/mailman/listinfo/phr">h=
ttp://mail.ahc.umn.edu/mailman/listinfo/phr</a><br>

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