RE:BORDER 2021 | A Nuestra Salud: Confronting Public Health and Mental Health Challenges and Solutions in Our Transborder Region

Mark your calendars for #REBORDER2021! This exciting two-day conference will explore public health and mental health challenges and solutions in our transborder region. The conference will be hosted by San Diego State University and CETYS Universidad, in collaboration with our binational partners.

Conference Dates
November 16-17, 2021

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Given that COVID-19 safety restrictions may affect an in-person conference format, we are preparing for a virtual, bilingual model at this time.

CEUs: RE: BORDER Conference Event Details

The program is designed to communicate the expertise of university researchers and leading practitioners and engage with community members to develop better options for the future of the transborder region. Presentations are short and concise, and discussion is maximized. Panel presentations will be focusing on the topic of public health and mental health as it relates to education, the COVID-19 pandemic, the arts, COIL programs, and more.

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Want to Learn More?

Please contact Maybelline Arevalo Lopez, Executive Assistant to the Associate Vice President for International Affairs and RE:BORDER Conference Co-Coordinator by emailing reborderconf@sdsu.edu.

Courses

2021 Summer2021 Fall2022 Winter2022 Spring
2021 Fall
NC 0331 Border 2021 A Nuestra Salud: Confronting Public Health and Mental Health Challenges and Solutions in Our Transborder Region

RE:BORDER 2021 is the third annual conference that explores key regional issues and innovative solutions. This year’s theme is “A Nuestra Salud: Confronting Public Health and Mental Health Challenges and Solutions in Our Transborder Region.” The conference aims to foster and facilitate transborder diplomacy, cross-disciplinary relationships, and binational collaboration/cooperation. Our goal is to increase our understanding of the assets and pressing challenges facing our transborder region through the sharing of stories, knowledge, research, and experiences of scholars, professionals, politicians, artists, students, and community members who comprise our transborder region.

The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed a noncredit educational program. This record can be used to give employers, professional associations and societies a uniform measure of short-term educational programs completed by an individual. CEUs are not academic units and do not appear on an SDSU transcript, and cannot be applied to degree work at institutions of higher education.

Course Date(s)
November 16 - November 17
November 16 - November 17
November 16 - November 17