Event Calendar

Event Calendar

< 2018 >
January 21 - January 27
  • 21
    21.January.Sunday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/21/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

  • 22
    22.January.Monday

    Charting the Course Together

    2:00 pm-3:30 pm
    01/22/18America/Anchorage

    Breastfeeding and Public Health Equity Webinar

    Monday, January 22 from 2:00-3:30 pm ET
     
    In this first webinar of the Public Health Breastfeeding Partner Series, the Centers for Disease Control Division of Nutrition Physical Activity and Obesity (CDC-DNPAO) and the Breastfeeding Public Health Partners, a group of national organizations that collaborate to support national public health priorities to improve the health and overall well-being of women, infants, children and families through individual and collective efforts, will discuss the significance of breastfeeding as a public health issue and explore the matter of equity in access and outcomes in breastfeeding.

    Presenters will share their public health breastfeeding work and highlight their efforts to advance equity in the field.

    Learn more about the webinar or register HERE

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/22/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

  • 23
    23.January.Tuesday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/23/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

  • 24
    24.January.Wednesday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/24/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

  • 25
    25.January.Thursday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/25/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

    Climate Change and Health in the Arctic Webinar

    3:00 pm-4:30 pm
    01/25/18America/Anchorage

    Impacts on Alaska Native Communities and a Spotlight on Efforts to Improve Climate Health.

    Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 3:00-4:30 pm ET
     
    Climate warming in the Arctic is occurring twice as fast as the global average. Although Alaska Native peoples are resilient, live in one of the most severe climates on earth, and have adapted to varying conditions throughout history, current changes to climate are rapid and extreme. These changes are severely impacting the lives and communities of Alaska Natives, since many people in Arctic villages live close to the land and rely on subsistence lifestyles. During this webinar, learn more about climate change in the Arctic, how it is affecting the health of indigenous people, and various types of work occurring in this space – including state and local efforts and a spotlight on an NIHB-funded grant for the Village of Wainwright. The presentation will also include resources for climate change and climate health in the Arctic.

    Registration is required and the password for the event is climate. Please register in advance and log on early to help the webinar start on time.

    You may email NIHB if you have questions about the event.

    Learn more about the webinar or register HERE 

  • 26
    26.January.Friday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/26/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.

  • 27
    27.January.Saturday

    CSTE Webinar: The Art of Applying for Grants & Funding Opportunities

    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    01/27/18-06/27/18America/Anchorage

    Join CSTE’s Early Career Professionals Workgroup on Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 pm EDT for a webinar entitled “The Art of Applying for Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.”

     

    Pursuing grant opportunities is a key mechanism
    to build epidemiology capacity.

     

    This webinar will focus on the art of writing and responding to grants and other funding opportunities to support epidemiology personnel and activities. Ultimately, grants provide opportunities for career development through dissemination of your experiences and lessons learned via presentations and publications. The webinar presenter from the California Department of Public Health will discuss the identification of appropriate funding opportunities and provide guidance on the development of proposals.

    Registration is required to attend this webinar.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

    • Identify appropriate sources and opportunities for funding
    • Discuss the importance of fully understanding the requirements of the funding opportunity
    • Discuss how to develop a funding proposal, including letter of intent, narrative, budget, and other possible required documents

    The presenter is Cheryl Starling, RN, Nurse Consultant and Project Manager at the California Department of Public Health.

    Please register to attend the webinar.

    Space is limited and group viewing is encouraged. The webinar will be recorded and archived in the CSTE Webinar Library.

    For questions, please contact Jessica Arrazola at jarrazola@cste.org.