February 8, 2021

Team SSRI,

Week 47.

Who watched the Super Bowl?

Ok, who actually watched the game?
Now who just tuned in for the commercials or to watch The Weeknd?

Wearing masks is great, but please cut the strings before throwing out.

In case you needed a reason to feel good about humanity today, a college student used some of his GameStop profits to buy several Nintendo Switch systems for a children’s hospital.

Also, in case you missed it, here’s a new tool for North Carolinians to find COVID-19 vaccine distribution locations. There is also a way to sign up for notifications when your group is eligible (and to determine which group you are).

Best,
Courtney

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Newsy Stuff
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Our Evaluation team is leading a workshop: Evaluation 101 – Assessing Impact and Informing Improvement on March 11.

Aline Holzwarth (CAH) talks about equity in the workplace and caregiving.

BARU is hosting a conference: Leveraging existing data and analytic methods for health disparities research related to aging and Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Duke mental health experts offer advice for rough times.

Learning Innovation announce Carry the Innovation Forward, a new seed-funding initiative for faculty who seek to use experiences from pandemic teaching to innovate the future of teaching and learning at Duke.

Should you double mask? Experts also address variants, vaccine challenges.

10 Duke-authored books on Black history.

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