Events

Past Events

We encourage use of these archival materials for instructional purposes.

"Exercise is Public Health" podcast with Dr. Benjamin Levine, MD

On August 29, 2017, Dr. Benjamin Levine visited our school to deliver a keynote address, Exercise is Public Health, as part of the Ruth Clifford Engs Lectureship. During his visit, Dr. Levine sat down with PhD candidate, Keren Constantini, to discuss his work at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine.
Dr. Levine is the founder and Director of IEEM at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas where he also holds the S. Finley Ewing Chair for Wellness and the Harry S. Moss Heart Chair for Cardiovascular Research. He is Professor of Internal Medicine/Cardiology and Distinguished Professor of Exercise Sciences at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

Creating Vibrant Cities for All Podcast, Gil Penalosa

Gil Penalosa (MBA, PHDHC, CSP), director of 8 80 Cities, presented to over 120 faculty, staff, student and community members as part of the 2017 Marian Godeke Miller Endowed Lecture. In this podcast, recorded on March 2, 2017, Mr. Penalosa sits down with MPH student Derek Herrmann to discuss vibrant cities and healthy communities for everyone regardless of age, gender and social, economic, or ethnic background.

Special Presentation by Dean Halverson, Fairbanks School of Public Health

On February 3, 2017, Dean Halverson visited our school to deliver a special faculty presentation. During his talk, he discussed his vision for confronting Indiana's most pressing public health concerns with a specific focus on collaboration between School of Publich Health-Bloomington and Fairbanks. Paul Halverson is the founding dean of the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health in Indianapolis. Dr. Halverson has served as state health officer and director in Arkansas, as well as in various senior management and advisory roles at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and director of the National Public Health Performance Standards program.

First Place: 2016 World AIDS Day PSA

In celebration of World AIDS Day, the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington hosted a video competition where individuals were asked to create relevant public health messaging in an effort to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS, combat stigma, and educate students and community members about HIV-testing and prevention. Led by graduate students of the School of Public Health, this video seeks to provide a relatable and meaningful message for World AIDS Day on the importance of Testing and Treatment.

Second Place: 2016 World AIDS Day PSA

This video includes members of the Health and Wellness office’s Peer Health and Wellness Educators stating our experience about educating our peers about sexual health. We are raising awareness about owning students’ HIV/AIDS/STD status and helping guide them to resources they can utilize so they can own their status. We emphasize the importance of students having a fun, safe, consensual, and responsible sexual experience.

Emerging Healthcare Issues Facing Indiana, Dennis Murphy

During his talk at IU’s School of Public Health-Bloomington given on September 16, 2016, Mr. Dennis Murphy gave an overview of the IU Health system, his vision for tackling Indiana’s most pressing healthcare issues, and Indiana University’s role in improving the health outcomes in the state. 
Dennis Murphy is president and chief executive officer of IU Health. Since joining IU Health, Murphy has worked tirelessly to foster a performance-based culture, aligning the business structure, organizational processes and incentives to ensure IU Health is well positioned in the fast changing healthcare environment.

Transformational Leadership Podcast, Lieutenant General Mark Hertling (Ret.)

Lieutenant General Mark Hertling (Ret.) and Interim Associate Dean of Community and Global Partnerships, Dr. Carrie Docherty, sit down to discuss what it means to become a public health leader. General Hertling shares his ideas about personal, professional, and organizational health. Through this process, he aims to shape the future of our nation’s health by equipping leaders able to meet today's challenges and turn them into tomorrow's opportunities. General Hertling is an SPH Alum (MS Kinesiology, ’83), CNN Military Analyst, member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sport, and Nutrition and former Commanding General of US Army Europe. He currently works for the Florida Hospital system to develop physician leaders and has a new book, Growing Physician Leaders. Recorded on 09/23/2016.

Growing Public Health Leaders, Lieutenant General Mark Hertling (Ret.)

On September 23, 2016, Lieutenant General Mark Hertling (Ret.), delivered a transformative lecture on what it means to become a public health leader. He shared potent tools to improve personal, professional, and organizational health. Through this process, he aims to shape the future of our nation’s health by equipping leaders like you, able to meet today's challenges and turn them into tomorrow's opportunities. General Hertling is an SPH Alum (MS Kinesiology, ’83), CNN Military Analyst, member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sport, and Nutrition and former Commanding General of US Army Europe. He currently works for the Florida Hospital system to develop physician leaders and has a new book, Growing Physician Leaders.

Medical Apartheid, Harriet Washington

Recorded on October 21, 2016, Harriet Washington, author of Deadly Monopolies and Medical Apartheid, discusses the shameful history of the physical and medical misuse of African Americans in the keynote address for the Inaugural Black Wom(b)en's Wellness & Empowerment Summit.
Ms. Washington has been a fellow in ethics at the Harvard Medical School, a fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health, and a senior research scholar at the National Center for Bioethics at Tuskegee University. As a journalist and editor, she has worked for USA Today and several other publications, been a Knight Fellow at Stanford University and has written for such academic forums as the Harvard Public Health Review and The New England Journal of Medicine.