Not all knowledge comes from the classroom. Each day, we are surrounded by a wealth of resources – our colleagues, classmates, and communities. By tapping in to them, we can broaden our horizons and enrich our lives. Being an effective leader means seeking out the perspectives of others and embracing learning as a collaborative process, not just relying on lectures and textbooks.
Ongoing education events
H-STAT plans a variety of education events throughout the year. Check out our calendar for upcoming events such as film-screenings and guest speakers. Examples of educational events that we’ve held in the past include: screenings of “How to Survive a Plague” and “Escape Fire,” guest speakers, interdisciplinary panels, and healthcare-themed trivia nights. Is there a healthcare topic you would like to learn more about? Or do you have a great speaker or workshop you would like to have more health students know about? If so, use the contact form at right to let us know your ideas.
For more on any of H-STAT’s education opportunities, submit inquires using the contact form at right.
Contact our Education Chair, Sydney, for more information:
Healthcare-themed Trivia Nights are one of our favorite events. Trivia Nights are a great opportunity to meet interdisciplinary peers and learn something new. This year, we’re hoping to make these fun nights a more frequent occurrence, but we need your help to make that happen! Help us make future Trivia Nights a success by submitting your ideas for questions. Questions can be either educational or simply fun facts. Submitting a question is an easy way to get involved.
The annual leadership symposium showcases the ways in which students have been involved in the community. At the annual Leadership Symposium, you can meet health professional students from across the state and share your work and knowledge. Learn more.