Brandi Klingerman | April 17, 2019
On April 24, 2019, faculty, students, staff, and the local community are invited to the University of Notre Dame for the Eck Institute for Global Health event, “The Importance of U.S. Leadership in Global Health: A Conversation with Admiral Tim Ziemer.” The event, which will begin at 4:00 p.m. in Washington Hall, aims to educate the public on the vital role the U.S. government plays in the advancement of global health.
"I was privileged to work closely with Admiral Tim Ziemer for over a decade on the US President's Malaria Initiative,” said Bernard Nahlen, director of Eck Institute for Global Health and professor of biological sciences. “After a distinguished career in the Navy, he has served in high-level US government positions as a as a presidential appointee during the past three administrations. Tim Ziemer is widely recognized as one of the most effective leaders in global health, and I look forward to introducing him to the broader Notre Dame community."
At the event, attendees will hear from Admiral Tim Ziemer, the acting assistant administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance at USAID. Ziemer will join Nahlen in a discussion about the variety of ways the U.S. government supports global health efforts in developing countries as well as how the University supports these efforts.
Afterwards, a reception for graduate students, faculty, and staff will take place at Hurley Hall. For full details about the event, please visit https://globalhealth.nd.edu/news-events/events/2019/04/24/the-importance-of-u-s-leadership-in-global-health-a-conversation-with-admiral-tim-ziemer/.
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