Upcoming events reminder!

Thursday, November 11th
“Lets Talk About It, Let’s Talk About Health!”
UPHA will be pairing up with the Black Student Union of BU and MAPS to hold this discussion on healthy cooking, eating habits, and lifestyles in minority communities. More information on time/place/and how you can get involved to come!

Tuesday, November 16th
Sticker Campaign and Pizza Party
UPHA will be joining the “This is Public Health” sticker campaign designed by the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH), which promotes awareness of public health in our communities by letting people know how it affects them on a daily basis. We have 400 stickers to hand out and be placed around campus! At the meeting we’ll discuss how we can do this while enjoying some delicious pizza (time and place TBA). We’ll also be talking about and designating volunteer roles for upcoming World AIDS Day.

Wednesday, December 1st
World AIDS Day
This day is huge! Every year UPHA, along with other BU health organizations participate in the many events we have lined up for World AIDS Day. This year we have a documentary screening, panel discussion, candle vigil, and much more planned. We will also be in the GSU Link that day to help promote AIDS awareness (including handing out condoms), along with the other clubs and organizations. As this day comes closer, we’ll be asking for volunteers to help out with these events leading up to and on World AIDS Day.
We hope to see you come out on these days to support UPHA and get involved! If you have any questions about these events feel free to shoot us an email. Don’t forget to keep checking our blog for lectures, internships, and volunteer postings!



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