It's not too late!
The college has a limited number of free tickets for CBS students (undergraduate and graduate) to attend the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Science and Health Day Saturday, March 8.
- Dr. Deane Marchbein, president of the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders, will give the opening keynote.
- CBS alum Anh Tran will share the story of how she launched the student group Biology Without Borders while still an undergraduate.
- Dr. William Foege, who is credited with eradicating the smallpox virus in the late 1970s, will give the closing keynote.
In between sessions you will have the chance to participate in conversations about the ways science and health contribute to human rights and global security.
More about Nobel Peace Prize Forum Health and Science Day presenters and sessions >
Here's how to get your tickets:
Go to z.umn.edu/CBSNobel
Scroll down to just above the green "Order Now" button. (Don't select a ticket first.)
Click “Enter Promotional Code.”
Enter CBS2014 (case sensitive) and click “Apply.”
When the page refreshes, scroll down and see a new ticket type called “College Bio. Science.”
Enter “1” for quantity and click “Order Now.”
Complete your registration.