2018-2019 GROW Seminar Series
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    Dr. Lauren Maxwell
    Understanding disrespect and abuse in reproductive health in low and middle income countries Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001 photo by Marilyn Keegan/photoshare
    THURSDAY: OCTOBER 25, 2018
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    Dr. James Lavery
    Ethical dilemmas in women's health research in low and middle income populations Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001 photo by Tyler Hicks NYT/redux
    THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 29, 2018
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    GROW Debates
    Trigger Warnings: Context, meanings, and impact on students Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001
    THURSDAY: JANUARY 24, 2019
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    Add Your Title Here
    TBD Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001
    THURSDAY: FEBRUARY 28, 2019
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    TBD Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001
    THURSDAY: MARCH 28, 2019
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    TBD Noon to 1pm in CNR 6001
    THURSDAY: APRIL 25, 2019
2017 - 2018 GROW SEMINAR SERIES 
​​​ALL SEMINARS HELD IN CLAUDIA NANCE ROLLINS BUILDING (CNR) ROOM 6001, 12:00-1:00PM
  1. Dr. Kathryn Yount
    Impact of Economic Empowerment, Alone and with Gender Rights Training, on Incident IPV against Women Farmers in Colombia.
    September 28 2017
  2. Dr. Sydney Spangler
    HIV+ Status Disclosure and HIV Stigma Resistance among Women in Rural Kenya.
    October 26 2017
  3. Dr. Cari Clark
    Impact of “Change Starts at Home:” Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls in Nepal.
    November 30 2017
  4. Dr. Kelli Stidham Hall
    Building a Program of Research at the Intersection of Family Planning and Mental Health
    January 25 2018
  5. Dr. Ighovwerha Ofotokun
    Women and HIV Cohort Study
    February 22 2018
  6. Dr. Dabney Evans
    "He Said He Was Going to Kill Me": Case Studies of Extreme Intimate Partner Violence in São Paulo, Brazil.
    March 22 2018
  7. Dr. Nadine Kaslow
    The Nia Project
    April 26 2018
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