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International Service Learning Information Session – 1/23/14

Learn more about the 2014 Sargent College International Service Learning Program in Ghana (Travel Dates: May 24th – June 7th). Information SessionDate: Thursday, January 23rdTime: 5-7 pmWhere: Sargent College, Rm. 610 This program is open to Sargent undergraduate and graduate students interested in putting their healthcare skills to work in a developing... More

Applying Evolutionary Anthropology to Global Public Health: A Focus on Parenting Practices: 12/11/13

The Department of Health Sciences presents Dr. Bria Dunham's lecture entitled "Applying Evolutionary Anthropology to Global Public Health: A Focus on Parenting Practices." Dr. Dunham currently works at Mercer University, in the International and Global Studies division. Hosted by Dr. Eileen O’Keefe, the lecture will take place on  Wednesday, December 11th... More

Aphasia Resource Center Life Participation Group Fundraiser – 12/6/13

The Life Participation Group from the Aphasia Resource Center has been working hard this semester practicing life skills in an interprofessional treatment group. All group members are brain-injury survivors who now struggle to communicate and return to work for various reasons. This semester, group members chose the culminating theme of a fundraiser as... More

DPT Academic Practicum: Student Presentations – 12/12/13

BU Sargent College Department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training presents DPT Academic PracticumStudent Presentations Thursday, December 12, 20139:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Sargent College635 Commonwealth AvenueRooms 101 and 102 For more information, contact Elliot Saltzman at esaltz@bu.edu. View full schedule.

Occupational Therapy Photo Contest: 12/10 – 12/13

Occupational Therapy Graduate Students enrolled in OT 513 Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation will display 8” x 10” color photographs featuring images of Participation and Health from three categories: How We Work, How We Live, and How We Play Tuesday, December 10 at 9am to Friday, December 13... More

MS in Speech-Language Pathology: Spring Information Sessions

The Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology is pleased to announce its Spring 2014 information sessions: Friday, January 24 at 4:30 Friday, February 28 at 4:30 Friday, March 21 at 4:30 Friday, April 25 at 4:30 To RSVP, please contact Brie Goellner.

International Service Learning Program in Ghana – Now Accepting Applications

The Sargent Service Learning Program offers our students a unique opportunity to participate in faculty led service-learning experiences which promote health education, empower communities, and cultivate educated compassionate global citizens. Students will have the opportunity to leverage their classroom knowledge to assist health care providers and community health workers in delivering... More

Addressing Non-communicable Diseases in Vulnerable Populations – 12/4/13

Department of Health Sciences Presents: Addressing Non-communicable Diseases in Vulnerable Populations: Diabetes Education in Belize and Mental Health Needs of HIV+ Women in Alabama Shelley Brown, MPHClinical Instructor in Health SciencesBoston University Wednesday, December 4th 12:00PM-1:00PM SAR 220, 635 Commonwealth Avenue Host: Dr. Eileen O’Keefe Lunch will be provided

SLHS Research Colloquium Series: Can Acoustic Measures of Speech Predict Expert Diagnosis of Acquired Apraxia of Speech? – 12/2/13

Can Acoustic Measures of Speech Predict Expert Diagnosis of Acquired Apraxia of Speech? Kirrie Ballard, Ph.D.Associate Professor in Speech PathologyThe University of Sydney The Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Research Colloquium Series Monday, December 2nd 5:00pm SAR 220, 635 Commonwealth Avenue

Save the Date: BU Alumni Weekend, Sept. 19-21, 2014

As you know, the annual May luncheon and awards ceremony has been a longstanding tradition for Sargent College. It is our goal to make the celebration a memorable experience, a chance to reflect on Sargent’s rich history while integrating the traditions of the University as a whole.  At the recommendation... More