[act-ma] 4/14 Dr. Paul Farmer - Hubie Jones Lecture in Urban Health

Charlie Welch cwelch at tecschange.org
Mon Apr 9 10:56:36 PDT 2012


  Dr. Paul Farmer - Hubie Jones Lecture in Urban Health (Awareness
  Raising Event)


Apr 14 2012 10:00 to 11 am


      Location

/Boston University's Law School Auditorium/
765 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA, 02215
See map:
Google Maps 
<http://maps.google.com?q=42.350474+-71.109620+%28765+Commonwealth+Avenue%2C+Boston%2C+MA%2C+02215%2C+us%29> 


Kicking off Global Day of Service 2012, Boston University will honor its 
long standing commitment to service by featuring international activist 
and Partners In Health co-founder Paul Farmer.

Farmer, a physician and anthropologist with nearly 30 years of 
experience working in Haiti, will discuss the challenges facing the 
Caribbean nation after the January 2010 earthquake. Farmer will discuss 
questions such as, Why was Haiti so vulnerable on the eve of the 
earthquake? and Might Haiti build back better after the earthquake?

This lecture is a part of the School of Social Works annual Hubie Jones 
Lecture in Urban Health. The series honors the vision of Hubie Jones, 
dean emeritus of Boston University's School of Social Work, who inspired 
and shaped the schools urban mission during his 16-year tenure, and who 
continues to influence and define the social and civic landscape of 
Boston as a leader, bridge-builder, and advocate.

/While this event is complimentary, advance registration is recommended 
as space is limited./

*Register here: 
https://secure-alumni.bu.edu/olc/pub/BUAR/event/showEventForm.jsp?form_id=117826*


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