The Symposium in Science and Human Needs and Global Resources will be held on March 13-17, 2018. This collaborative event, titled “For the Healing of the Nations: Global Health and the Environment” will convene scientists, medical practitioners and environmental justice advocates whose research and work seeks to understand and transform the environmental conditions that impact human health and well-being. The Symposium will feature two plenary lectures delivered by Ms. Catherine Coleman Flowers (Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise, Director; Practitioner-in-Residence, Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University) and by Drs. Reyna Sanchez and Francisco Moraga (Luke Society Nicaragua, Co-Directors). All Symposium events are free and will be held in the Meyer Science Center and the Coray Auditorium.