Community Health committee returning from a trip to Trader Joe's
with plenty of supplies to feed the hungry.
Professionals Dinner last night was a huge success! Thanks to all the public health professionals and students who came to our annual networking event. We hope you enjoyed the evening as much as we did. If you have comments or suggestions for ways that we can improve your future experiences at this event, feel free to shoot us an email at email@example.com! :)
And as the school year begins to wind down, we really have only one event left -- other than the 5K Nutty Run, which International Health Committee is working tirelessly to make that happen soon (more updates to come) -- and that is our END OF THE YEAR BANQUET on Thursday, May 1st! This will be a paid members only event, food will be provided, awards will be presented, and good times will be had. Keep checking back for announcement of time and location!
Have a great weekend!
Hope you're all pumped for CalUPHC's BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR: Professionals Dinner!
If you have RSVP'd and paid your dues, we will see you this Friday night, April 18 at the YWCA* for this awesome event. Networking (and dipping into appetizers... come find me at the food table) begins at 7 PM! You have until 8:30 PM to finish dinner (dessert included -- GET EXCITED) and get contact information from the six health professionals who have taken time out of their busy schedules to talk to YOU!
Our guests for the evening include:
1. Dr. Harvey Kayman (Faculty member from Cal's School of Public Health)
2. Dr. Stefano Bertozzi (Dean of the School of Public Health of UC Berkeley)
3. Dr. Daniel Zoughbie (CEO and founder of Microclinic International)
4. Dr. Steve Selvin (Professor of Biostatistics at UC Berkeley)
5. Jennifer B. Lyle (Chief of Operations for Building Blocks for Kids Collaborative)
6. Charisma Hooda (Public Health Associate Program associate at the CDC)
Remember to bring your A-game and DRESS TO IMPRESS! See you there!
*The YWCA is located at 2600 Bancroft Way, between Bowditch St. and College Ave.
---- Side Note: Thanks to everyone who came out to our Tele-BEARS advising drop-in sesh last Thursday! We had a really great turnout and hope that you all got your class schedules figured out! :) If you still need help, feel free to shoot any of the exec board members an email (contact info found under the "Who We Are" tab).
Just a quick reminder that you all should stop by 151 Barrows tonight any time between 6:30 and 8:30 PM if you need help with planning your class schedule for next semester! Bring any questions you may have regarding advice on Tele-BEARS, applying for the Public Health major, or must-take classes we recommend! Hope to see you tonight :)
Also, if you're on our mailing list, keep a lookout for the link to RSVP for our Professionals Dinner, which is NEXT FRIDAY, April 18 (I KNOW, SO SOON)! We're excited, so you should be tooo!!!! Come out for a lovely evening of delicious Chinese food and networking with local health professionals!
Welcome back from spring break, fellow Bears! Whether you were on study grind the whole time, partied with Ke$ha, or a combination of both, CalUPHC wants to see your face at our next event this Thursday night at 7 PM in 151 Barrows! :)
How do you save time and money, broaden your network and employment opportunities, AND specialize your education? GET A DUAL DEGREE!
We will be featuring four grad students from the following concurrent degree programs within Cal's School of Public Health:
1. Master of Business Administration/Master of Public Health (MBA/MPH) with the Haas School of Business, and
2. Master of Public Policy/Master of Public Health (MPP/MPH) with the Goldman School of Public Policy.
Discover the benefits of obtaining a joint degree, obtain valuable advice on how to get into these programs, and more.
All majors are welcome! FREE FOOD! GREAT, SEE YOU THERE.
Don't forget to RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1476565119228229/
This Thursday, March 13 is our Med/Grad School Admissions Night! Special guests include representatives from Cal's School of Public Health and the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, who will be answering your questions about the admissions process! Come out for some valuable info -- especially if you're interested in getting an MPH or MD degree. We'll be hosting this event in 151 Barrows from 7-8 PM. Free grub, as always. RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/753617397989981/
Speaking of food, UPHC is hosting its second social event of the semester THIS FRIDAY, March 14 at El Burro Picante, which is located at 2021 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704. Yummy truck-style tacos, carne asada fries, mango salsa, and more! Meet at the 51B bus stop on Telegraph and Bancroft at 6:30 PM! Hope to see you there!
RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1460614727489038/
Also, the Environmental Health Committee is hosting a showing of the documentary called Blackfish. It's about the controversy over captive killer whales, particularly an orca held by SeaWorld! This event will be held in 262 Dwinelle on Thursday, March 20 from 7-9PM. Contact the committee chair Brian Kong if you have questions!
Lastly, HUGE THANKS to everyone who volunteered at The Berkeley Project with the Environmental Health committee last Saturday! Brian and the environment appreciate you.
HAPPY TUESDAY. YOU'RE AMAZING AND THOSE MIDTERMS DON'T STAND A CHANCE AGAINST YOU.
Great news! We have a new official meeting room for all our GENERAL COALITION MEETINGS: 151 Barrows. As always, these meetings (not the same as committee meetings) are every other Thursday from 7-8 PM. If you're confused about location, just keep checking back for updates on specific events or shoot us an email. :D
Be sure to come out to our third coalition meeting of the semester: our Graduate-Undergraduate Mixer, which is tomorrow night from 7-8PM in 151 Barrows! Come out to network with grad students from Cal's very own School of Public Health. Be there or be... without this really great and possibly life-changing opportunity. ): Wouldn't want that to happen.
STAY HEALTHY, STAY BEAUTIFUL.
Also, side note. A big thank you to everyone who came out to our new mentorship program's Meet-and-Greet last week! As mentors, our executive board is super excited to build lasting friendships and guide you (our wonderful new mentees) to success at Cal!
KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR NEWS ABOUT OUR NEXT CLUB SOCIAL! Bonding over great food and performing our civic duties, Level 5000.
Come out to our first social of Spring semester! Enjoy quality food with quality people, as we'll be having dinner at a new hot spot in Berkeley: Pieology Pizzeria! Meet at Pieology (2468 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94704), which is located between Haste and Dwight, at 6:30 PM.
Check out the Facebook event for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/206038316263603/
Click on the Gallery tab to check out the new photos from Faculty Mixer and Fentons Ice Cream social from last fall! :) YOU COULD BE IN THEM! YOU COULD BE FAMOUS.
Mmm, gotta love that fresh new year smell...
We hope you bears are ready for the fun and excitement that UPHC has to offer this semester. Join us at the first general meeting of Spring, where you'll find out how to get involved in our new events and programs! Whether you're a returning member or a newbie, our executive board gives you all a warm welcome and can't wait to help you further your health-related goals at Cal!
- Sign up for our new one-on-one mentorship program to receive first-hand advice about Public Health at and outside of life at Cal!
- Join our Relay for Life team (benefiting the American Cancer Society) to make a difference in the fight against cancer!
- Get involved in our partnership with Health Leads, an organization that facilitates college students working side-by-side with patients to help them gain access to community resources.
- Save the date for our many networking opportunities, such as Grad-Undergrad Mixer and Professionals Dinner (get connected with health professionals working in the Bay Area)!
- Learn about our four committees, join the team that produces the student-run publication The Public Health Advocate, bond with us at club socials, and BECOME A HAPPY UPHC MEMBER TODAY! :D
You may or may not experience many regrets in college... this won't be one of them...hopefully, BUT HEY there's only one way to find out. SO WE'LL SEE YOU THERE! 215 Dwinelle at 7PM on Thursday, January 30. Food and refreshments will be provided! Don't forget to find our table at Calapalooza and keep an eye out for our first gen flyers! SEE YOU AROUND THIS SPRING SEMESTER!!