Global Challenges – Interdisciplinary Answers on Health and Poverty, Nov. 3rd

Please join us for an exciting event next month on the UW campus, hosted by the University Honors Program and co-sponsored by the Relational Poverty Network. On the evening of November 3rd, “Global Challenges – Interdisciplinary Answers on Health and Poverty” will open a space for interdisciplinary, cross-generational dialogue that generates creative thinking around health inequities and poverty.

We hope you can make it for the event and join us in sparking conversations about relational poverty with the next generation of thinkers!

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“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that’s wrong with the world.”
—Dr. Paul Farmer

Join the UW Honors community at an event where we think bigger by thinking together.
UW Honors students responded to the question What keeps you up at night? with a number of major concerns, many of which lie at the crossroads between health and poverty. To illustrate how interdisciplinary ways of thinking can address complex challenges, three dynamic faculty members from different corners of campus will share their insights regarding healthcare access as it is limited by poverty, here in Seattle and around the world.

Please join us! Together, we’ll face this complicated issue not just as intellectuals, but as potential agents of positive change.

Global Challenges — Interdisciplinary Answers on Health and Poverty
Tuesday, November 3, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the HUB South Ball Room 

Click HERE for more info and to RSVP.