Events

Reproductive Ethics Conference

Fifth Annual Conference -- to be held virtually -- Thursday-Friday, April 8-9, 2021
Now accepting abstracts until January 31, 2021

Seminar Series

All Welcome

Colloquium - Dr. Murat Civaner

"What Makes Medical Humanities Meaningful, and How Do We Measure It? Big Pharma, Marketing, and Medical Students in Turkey"

Presented by
Murat Civaner, PhD, MD
Professor, Uludag University School of Medicine, Bursa, Turkey
Visiting Scholar, Institute for the Medical Humanities

Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Sealy and Smith Foundation Residential Faculty Seminars Program Fund.

Event Information

Event: Colloquium - Dr. Murat Civaner
Date & Time: , 2018 - -
Location: 1.104 Ewing Hall, 600 Harborside Drive, Galveston, TX
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Institutional Events

Open to IMH Faculty, Students, & others by invitation

December 14
Discussion: Anti-Racism and Health
12-1 PM


December 7
Works in Progress: Dr. Anne Hudson Jones
12-1 pm


November 16
Workshop: Leveraging your Library
12-1 pm


November 9
Dissertation Defense: Andrew Taylor
9 am – 12 pm
(Open to IMH faculty and students)


November 2
Dissertation Defense: Carole Anhalt
2 pm – 4:30 pm
(Open to IMH faculty and students)


October 26, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Workshop: Developing a Humanities Class for Clinical Laboratory Students


October 19, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Workshop: ASBH Debrief


October 12, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Workshop: Crafting a CV


October 5, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Works in Progress: Corisa Rakestraw, PhD Candidate "The Role of Therapy Dogs in the Healing Process for Hospitalized Patients"


September 28, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Works in Progress: Rebecca Permar, PhD Candidate "Pandemic, Policing, and Digital Data"


September 21, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Workshop: Academic Job Market


September 14, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Workshop: Publishing in Medical Humanities and Bioethics


September 8, 2020
12 Noon - 1 pm
Works in Progress: Dr. Bill Winslade
"Mourning and Melancholia"