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It's the 70th anniversary of #WorldHealthDay! In celebrating this milestone let's review the #SDG's and how we can aid their implementation: http://bit.ly/2JpCR62
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Raise your awareness of autism for #WorldAutismAwarenessDay: http://bit.ly/2pXVCoc
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#HappyEaster! In celebration of the religious holiday; let's check out Easter traditions around the world:
http://bit.ly/2GJvmZb
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It's #InternationalDayOfHappiness! Ever wondered which countries are the happiest? Check out: http://bit.ly/2pqkDYU
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It's #StPatricksDay! In honour of the day, let's watch a video that depicts the story of the beloved Irish holiday and the patron saint it's named after: http://bit.ly/2tWS76S
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In honour of #WorldSleepDay; here is a five minute trick to help you fall into a quicker slumber: https://ind.pn/2FF2W2J
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RTI Press Seminar: Doping, Performance-Enhancing Drugs, and Hormones in Sport: Mechanisms of Action and Methods of Detection
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A podcast of Frank Statio’s interview of Dr. Hackney in the first 12 minutes of “The State of Things” live on WUNC-FM and its many affiliates Wednesday 2/7:
http://bit.ly/2ChTGzA
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A 30-minute interview of Dr. Hackney on “The Measure of Everyday Life,” aired on WNCU-FM @MeasureRadio Sunday 2/11:
http://bit.ly/2GGTesT
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Disability, Mental Health, and Navigating Your Scientific Research Career- Join the Career Development Workshop
Persons with disabilities are underrepresented in STEM research training programs. This session highlights strategies for success in navigating your path to a career in the sciences. A specific focus is on mentorship and building appropriate and relevant professional networks. Emphasis is also placed on developing creative solutions and advocacy strategies in response to accessibility concerns.
Don't miss this opportunity!
Friday, February 16, 2018 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM Austin Convention Center - Room 16A
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