Global Health conference

On October 13, our global health department and the Heartland Global Health Consortium are again hosting an awesome conference. This year’s topic, “the influence of agriculture on global health,” ties really nicely to the World Food Prize conference going on at the same time in Des Moines. Some of the speakers and attendees will be able to attend both.

Not only will you get to hear from amazingly experienced global health experts from around Iowa, you’ll get to hear from the president of Pioneer Hi-Bred and the SNS deputy undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer svcs. with the USDA. That will be really interesting!

It’s a full-day event which includes lunch & is only $25 to the public. As DMU students you can attend this conference for free, which is pretty darn fantastic. Registration has been extended until THIS THURSDAY so sign up soon!!

8 responses to “Global Health conference

  1. The global health department of DMU and the Heartland Global Health Consortium have organized a unique health conference. This type of conferences are very important in the present time as they play an important role in educating people.

  2. The global health department of DMU and the Heartland Global Health Consortium have organized a unique health conference. This type of conferences are very important in the present time as they play an important role in educating people.

  3. Nice to know about the health conference organized by DMU. The topic chosen for this year is quite relevant to the present time. There is a some obvious connection between agriculture and our health. The quality of the agricultural product that we eat is the deciding factor of our health. I think this conference will be a grand success.

  4. Nice to know about the health conference organized by DMU. The topic chosen for this year is quite relevant to the present time. There is a some obvious connection between agriculture and our health. The quality of the agricultural product that we eat is the deciding factor of our health. I think this conference will be a grand success.

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