During National Public Health Week, the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) is hosting a series of events to focus attention on several issues and changes that must be addressed to create a healthier community.
APRIL 2 – 8, Tweet-A-Thon: Students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends are encouraged to participate in National Public Health Week (NPHW) by tweeting on various public health topics. Throughout the week, we will be tweeting public health trivia questions and facts to our SPHIS community.
APRIL 2 – 8, Annual Toy & Activity Drive: To support the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana, we will collect fun items that promote physical activity (bubbles, sidewalk chalk, Frisbees, balls- soccer, football, basketball, and jump ropes). Drop-off boxes will be available on both the Belknap and HSC campus.
April 3: Free HIV Testing: SPHIS has partnered with Volunteer of America Mid-States to provide free HIV Testing and literature on the Belknap campus.
April 4: “This is Public Health” Fair: SPHIS’s Office of Student Services and University Public Health partners will set up a tent on the Belknap campus to distribute fruit and public health information to students, faculty, and staff.
April 5-6: Public Health Information Sessions: SPHIS will host three information sessions for those interested in learning more about undergraduate degrees available in public health.
April 5: NPHW Trivia Night: Teams of 5 will compete to answer a mix of questions about public health and other topics (e.g. current events, entertainment, science, etc.). Prizes and food will be available.
April 9: Out of the Darkness Campus Walk: SPHIS has organized a team for the Out of the Darkness campus walk for suicide awareness.
For more information, visit the UofL SPHIS website: http://louisville.edu/sphis/news/national-public-health-week-2018