This year, our students, faculty, and staff have been actively engaged in programs that address health disparities, promote healthy lifestyles, and empower communities to take charge of their well-being. Together, we will build a healthier future!
Our alumni and our community supporters give their time and expertise to support the health of so many communities – locally, nationally, and globally – and with these annual awards we are proud to highlight their dedication to public health and their exceptional service.
The Western Environmental Science Technical Assistance Center for Environmental Justice, led by principal investigator Paloma Beamer PhD, will help communities achieve environmental and energy justice by serving as a one-stop shop for assistance, training and support.
Climate change stands as the single biggest threat facing humanity. Droughts, floods, severe storms, and wildfires have already displaced millions of people, caused widespread food insecurity, and amplified the spread of disease. Public health provides the tools and expertise we need to lead the response to climate change displacement – to prepare, build resilience, and find solutions.
The concept known as IDSov emphasizes Indigenous Peoples' right to control data about their people, lands and cultures. Stephanie Russo Carroll has focused her career on encouraging institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize that right.
|Monday, December 11, 2023 - 9:00 am to 2:00 pm|
|Thursday, December 14, 2023 (All day)|
|Saturday, December 16, 2023 - 9:00 am|