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This is the official page of the Commission on Diversity and Inclusion at Northwestern Health Sciences University. We are here to provide you with information on events and opportunities! Do you have an idea? Let us know!
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Check out #NWHSU alumni Dr. Nathan Servey’s most recent interview with Southwest Metro Magazine on Chiropractic and disease prevention: https://lnkd.in/d_FkNk8
Join Be Bold Women's Group's Orange The World today #NWHSU's Foyer at noon. @NWHSU_Diversity @NWHealthU @UN_Women #orangetheworld #16days #servehealthy http://www.unwomen.org/en
unwomen.org UN Women is the United Nations organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. A global champion for women and girls, UN Women was established to accelerate progress on meeting their needs worldwide.
SACA is having a Chili Cook Off Fundraiser this Thursday October 13, 2016 from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm! There is no entrance fee for contestants to put their chili into competition. Email [email protected] by Tuesday at noon to save your spot.
1st place - $50 Target gift card
2nd place - $25 Target gift card
3rd place - $15 Target gift card
For those who are more interested in eating chili than cooking this event is for you too! Only $5.00 will allow you to get a sample of each chili recipe and a bowl of your favorite recipe!
Looking for a great way to spend your weekend? Join us in celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year! Enjoy FREE food, music, performances, education, and kids activities! Last year we had a great time and we hope you can join us for this special event! Check-out the link below for more details.
nwhealth.edu Observe and learn at Northwestern's and Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota's educational booths!
[01/27/16] Looking for a FUN, REWARDING, FLEXIBLE work-study job?! Join Sue Martell TODAY in L2 over the lunch-hour to learn about becoming a Homework Connections Tutor for the Bloomington School District. This is a great opportunity to reach-out and make connections in the community around you. Bring a friend... or 5!
Don't know who Alice Paul was? Learn who she was and why Google is honoring her today.
searchengineland.com Paul played a primary role in getting the 19th Amendment through congress, and was the original force behind the Equal Rights Amendment.
[11/17/15] Join us TODAY in L4 over the lunch hour to learn about important issues in the aging LGBTQ population. Hope to see you there!
[11/11/15] Today is Veteran's Day. Today (and everyday), we honor the service and commitment of so many of our citizens to this country. Thank you for your service!
[10/15/15] Today is the Terry Fox walk! Terry Fox was a cancer amputee that walked across Canada with one leg to raise awareness for cancer research. Meet at 11 in the foyer and walk around the neighborhood. Then come back for door prizes and lunch! It's a great way to be active in this beautiful weather! Meet at 11 in the Foyer.
[10/14/15] Today is World Hunger Day. Join us in the foyer today over lunch to sample homemade food dishes donated by our students and staff. Bring $2 or a non-perishable food item to donate to help our neighbors in the community. Hope to see you there!
[09/29/15] Join the Mentorship Program TODAY in L6 over lunch for a short informational meeting on the club! Lunch will be provided. Everyone is welcome... and bring a friend! Hope to see you there.
[09/21/15] Just a reminder the TED Talk Discussion on our genes and health will be today at noon in L5. There will be some tasty food so come check it out!
[07/28/15] Are you a Chiropractic Student interested in having a discussion with upper trimester students regarding American or Canadian board exams, class electives, courses, clinics, and more? Join the Mentorship Program today in L1 over lunch and ask or anonymously write-down a question and our panel of students will share their thoughts and experiences on what they liked, what worked well, and what they would do differently. A light lunch will be provided for those who attend. Hope to see you there!
[07/27/15] Are you an Acupuncture Student interested in having a discussion with upper trimester students regarding board exams, class electives, courses, clinics, and more? Join the Mentorship Program today in L1 over lunch and ask or anonymously write-down a question and our panel of students will share their thoughts and experiences on what they liked, what worked well, and what they would do differently. A light lunch will be provided for those who attend.
The newest issue of NWHSU's Diversity Newsletter is out!
www.smore.com Summer of Service Issue Contents:Words to Live By Did You Know? University Community Member SpotlightFind a Mentor - Be a Mentor Links to...
[06/24/15] Reminder that there is a training for those participating in the Dragonboat Festival Race today over lunch in L6.
This Sunday students from NWHSU will be marching in the MN AIDS walk to raise funds and awareness for people living with HIV and AIDS. Consider making a donation or joining our team to get involved and show your support!
mnaidswalk.org Support the Minnesota AIDS Walk
Check-out this month's Diversity Newsletter and learn about topics of diversity, events on campus and in the community, and read articles submitted by students and faculty.
www.smore.com Environmental Justice Issue Contents: Environmental Justice Words to Live By Did You Know? University Community Member SpotlightMN AIDS...
Looking for a way to get involved, meet new people, or volunteer for a good cause? DONATE to or JOIN the NWHSU MN Aids Walk Team! See the link below for more details on how to get involved!
mnaidswalk.org Support the Minnesota AIDS Walk
[03/24/15] It's not too late! JEDI club, GSA, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion are sponsoring a Menstrual Products Drive until the end of March. Donations will go to Salvation Army-Harbor Light in order to help fill the needs of people in our community and improve their health and lives. Your donation can make a huge difference in someone's life! Items needed include tampons, pads, and underwear. Donations can be dropped off in the box outside the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (rm. 215H) on the 2nd floor.
[03/09/15] Join us today in L1 from 12-1pm for a presentation from Helping Paws, an organization who trains assistance dogs for people with disabilities. Come learn how these animals assist many people, including veterans with PTSD. There will be demonstrations!
The latest Diversity Newsletter is out! This month's focus is Women's History. Click on the link to check-it-out and keep up-to-date on the happenings on-campus.
smore.com March 2015 - Women's Herstory Month Contents: Celebrating Women's History and Why It Matters Words to Live By Did You Know? University...
Check-out the new diversity page on the NWHSU website!
nwhealth.edu The Northwestern community acknowledges the dignity of all human beings and resolves to treat all people with respect and equality. We recognize and value the diversity of identities among us. We welcome everyone to our University!
Happy Lunar New Year!
When: Saturday, February 28, 2015
Where: Northwestern Health Sciences University
Cafeteria & Foyer
2501 W 84th St, Bloomington, MN 55431
Northwestern Health Sciences University and the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota proudly host Lunar New Year, The Year of the Goat
Family friendly activities
Music, dancing, drumming
Continuing education opportunities available.
We hope to see you there!
Midterms got you down? Take a moment to lift someone up by nominating them as a Dignity and Respect Champion! Click the link below, fill out a quick form, and submit. It'll make for a good study break... Good luck on your exams!
nwhealth.edu Nominate a Dignity and Respect Champion. Our champions are committed to diversity, inclusion, equity and justice throughout our University.
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The page for upcoming events and various news from Student Senate
Normandale Program Board is a student-initiated and student-run group that sponsors campus-wide activities, programs, and events.
Normandale Theatre offers students the opportunity to explore the theatrical arts academically, professionally and in performance.
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H2KInfosys is offering QTP Online Training and Placement Assistance in Minnesota from Real Time QTP Industry Experts. www.h2kinfosys.com
Career and College Academy offers pathways for students to begin pursuing a career path, job training, or post-secondary education during high school.
Driving Permit and License training for Teens and Adults in Bloomington, MN
Bloomington Richfield Community Education Services offers a wide variety of classes, programs and opportunities to inspire and encourage lifelong learning.
The Rivendell Sanctuary Lecture Series (RSLS) is a free, open-to-the-public forum in which top Christian scholars present talks on topics pertinent to current culture and Biblical worldview.
Continuing Education and Customized Training, non-credit (hour-based) courses