Monday, October 27, 2014

Native America Calling

Don Warne: Family health history
Don Warne, director of the Master of Public Health Program, spoke about family health history on the Native America Calling radio program on Oct. 24.


Wednesday, October 8, 2014

American Cancer Society Researcher’s Reception

American Cancer Society Researcher’s Reception
Our purpose is to thank you for your past support of the North Dakota American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay For Life events held across the state each year.

Introduction to the programs & services of the
American Cancer Society in North Dakota

Keynote Speakers - Donald Warne, MD, MPH, ACS Board Member
John Wilkinson, PhD, ACS Grant Recipient
John Hamilton, DDS, ACS Board Member
Violet Deilke - Breast Cancer Survivor
Look Good Feel Better Facilitator
Hosted by: American Cancer Society Staff of North Dakota – Tom Burns & Mary Dahl
American Cancer Society Volunteer Coordinators – Bill & Geri Harbeke

Dr. Donald Warne addressed Cancer Control & the Health Continuum.
Dr. John Wilkinson shared encouraging news about his research with prostate cancer.
Dr. John Hamilton presented an update on ACS programs & Cancer Action Network (CAN) activities.
Violet Deilke shared insight into how research played a role in her cancer journey & about the LGFB program.
Dr. Warne with Doug Stetz and Val Bjork taken at the ACS Researcher's Reception at NDSU.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Dr. Warne, Master of Ceremonies for the Welcome Ceremony of Dr. Yellowbird, Director of Indigenous Tribal Studies

Welcoming Ceremony for Dr. Michael Yellowbird, the new Director of the Indigenous Tribal Studies with President Bresciani, Dean Sandstrom, and Dr. Warne (Master of Ceremonies). 

Dr. Michael Yellow Bird is a citizen of the Three Affiliated Tribes, (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara). He joined the NDSU faculty in the fall of 2014. He has held faculty and/or academic administrative appointments at the University of British Columbia, University of Kansas, Arizona State University, and Humboldt State University. He is Professor and Director of the Tribal Indigenous Studies program at North Dakota State University.

His teaching, writing, research, and community work focus on Indigenous Peoples’ health, leadership, and cultural rights; the effects of colonization and methods of decolonization; decolonizing social work approaches; decolonizing war and military service; neurodecolonization and mind body approaches; neuroscience and Indigenous Peoples; traditional mindfulness and contemplative practices; ancestral and paleo eating and lifestyle; and the Rights of Mother Earth.






Thursday, September 25, 2014

All my relations- TEDxFargo

Dr. Warne on TEDx Fargo (updated link)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3phTundagzQ

First Annual NDSU Public Health Expo

Check out photos from the first annual NDSU Public Health Expo! NDSU students in the MPH program had the opportunity to interact at their display tables with various public health careers and pertaining information.







National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services

Dr. Warne was invited to join the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services in the Health Resources and Services Administration by HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell.