SAC Staff Development Brown Bag Lunch: Social Network Ties in the Workplace: Implications for Our Health and Collective Action

Workshop | January 16 | 12-1 p.m. | 5400 Berkeley Way West

 Evan vanDommelen-Gonzalez, Online MPH

 SPH SAC Staff Development Sub Committee

This week we will learn about and discuss how social network factors, such as bonding and social support, can positively impact our health and how such ties can be leveraged for social change in our work environments.

Evan joins us from her role in the Online MPH program, where she serves as Faculty Lead for the Interdisciplinary Program, Academic Student Advisor, and Instructor of Health & Social Behavior. Her public health experience centers on bilingual (Spanish/English) community health participatory research, outreach, and education. She has coordinated field efforts for community research projects in New York and San Francisco for studies involving youth and women in the areas of adolescent pregnancy and sexual health, partnership dynamics, social networks, and place-based health.

Wednesday, January 16th: 12pm-1pm in BWW 5400 or Online.

You can join us in one of three ways for this event, but we warmly invite you to join in person to take part in what promises to be a highly interactive session and robust discussion.

1. Bring your lunch to BWW 5101 (light snacks and water provided – beginning at 11:30am; presentation at 12pm)

2. Join the live meeting on Zoom starting at 12pm:

3. Watch the recording at a later time. Sign up below to receive the link to the recording directly following the session.

Please event webpage to let us know how you’d like to attend.

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