Vice-Chancellor's Lecture 1 – Getting around town: Impacts of transportation on health and well-being Event as iCalendar

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04 September 2017

12 - 1pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre 260-092

Location: Owen G Glenn Building, Business School, 12 Grafton Road, City Campus

Host: Faculty of Science and Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Cost: Free

Speaker: Associate Professor Kim Dirks, School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

 

Getting around town: Impacts of transportation on health and well-being

Cities around the world, including Auckland, are actively promoting walking and cycling to improve sustainability of transport systems and the health and well-being of residents. This lecture explores how our transport choices impact on the health and well-being of city residents of all ages as they travel to work and school.

Refreshments will be served following the lecture in 260-088.

 

Vice-Chancellor's Lecture Series 2017:

This is the first in a series of four lectures held on consecutive Mondays and Wednesdays – Life in the big city: Human and environmental health in the face of urban intensification  

 

Vice-Chancellor's Lecture Series 2017, Life in the big city: Human and environmental health in the face of urban intensification. Background image, Sydney at night.