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Past Events

March 2021

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Brown Bag Research Talk
The March Brown Bag Research Talk will feature Dr. Natalie Cheffer from the Department of of Human Development and Liz Barnett from the School of Nursing. The presentation is called Assessment of an online Motivational Interviewing curriculum using a standardized patient. This presentation will highlight both qualitative and quantitative data, including the use of recorded mock interviews with standardized patients for a pilot study. One CHES credit will be offered for participation in this...

February 2021

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Brown Bag Research Talk
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Join us for virtual coffee dates! The Center will be hosting a weekly virtual space to build community and connect with one another. They will take place every Thursday starting February 4, 2021 and ending on May 6, 2021. Contact us if you are interested in attending. This space is an opportunity to: Get to know one another Provide support to one another during this time Connect with Center staff you may not currently work with

January 2021

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Brown Bag Research Talk
The first Brown Bag Research Talk of Spring 2021 will feature Dr. Leilani Madrigal from the Kinesiology department. He presentation is called The Mental Health Crisis of Pandemic Proportions: How College Students Are Living with COVID-19. Dr. Madrigal's talk "The Mental Health Crisis of Pandemic Proportions: How College Students Are Living with COVID-19" will take place on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 12 pm – 1 pm online on Zoom.

December 2020

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Brown Bag Research Talk
This Brown Bag Research Talk of Fall 2020 will feature Dr. Selena Nguyen-Rodriguez presenting "Sleep Among Latino Children." The event will take place on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 from 12 pm – 1 pm online on Zoom. Brown Bag Research Talks will be held by the Center three times this semester and will feature the research of Latinx faculty and CSULB faculty conducting research on the health of Latinx communities or health disparities. No RSVP is required for these events.

November 2020

Brown Bag Research Talk
This Brown Bag Research Talk of Fall 2020 will feature Dr. Amber Johnson presenting "Racism, Shame, and Stress Reactivity as Correlates of Cardiovascular Disease Risk Among Black Women" The event will take place on Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 12 pm – 1 pm online on Zoom. Brown Bag Research Talks will be held by the Center three times this semester and will feature the research of Latinx faculty and CSULB faculty conducting research on the health of Latinx communities or health disparities...