UC Davis students and professionals will gather on Saturday, Nov. 4, the day after international One Health Day, for a symposium about how to change the ways planetary health challenges are addressed.
Organized by Students for One Health and the UC Davis One Health Institute, this is a science and social event to explore intersecting disciplines that study the health of water-related ecosystems, animals and humans.
Participants can expect an in-depth conversation around the challenges of interdisciplinary communication and collaboration, and exemplary graduate and undergraduate students who research interdisciplinary topics will be prominently featured.
- “The True Cost of Climate Change”
- “Death Downstream”
- “One Health Science to Policy”
- “Water Use and Abuse During Drought”
- “Freshwater and Marine Ecology and Conservation”
- “Tip of the Iceberg: Current Student Research”
Registration check-in starts at 8:30 a.m. Use the EventBright ticketing site to sign up for the symposium.
Read about last year’s celebration when the One Health community gathered at the School of Veterinary Medicine to stream global events throughout the Nov. 3 day. The event included a One Health panel for students the following day and an all-day symposium on Saturday.
Keep up with international One Health events on social media through #OneHealthDay.