Join the Health Equity Academy II (HEA II) in welcoming our third cohort of HEA II Scholars. These 10 HEA II Scholars have been attending an abbreviated virtual Pre-entry Immersion in Nursing (PIN) program since June 15 that will run until June 25. During this two-week experience, scholars have worked with Duke faculty, advisors and mentors to develop an enhanced understanding of social determinants of health by exploring health access, health disparities and health equity. The summer program has included:
Meet 2020 Officers of Beta Epsilon
Brigit Carter, associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, was featured in the Duke Today article "Duke Responds to National Protests" and in the MEAWW article "George Floyd death: Racism is a 'public health crisis' evident in high Covid-19 toll among blacks, say experts."
Brigit Carter, associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, is a speaker for the 3rd annual GOLD Neonatal Conference. The conference has officially started and is running until August, with additional live conference days in June.
Two students and two faculty members were recognized during the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture’s annual Abele Honors ceremony, which honors individuals for their excellence in scholarship and service to the university and to the community.
Brigit Carter, associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, has been awarded a Diversity in Nursing Award from the American Nurses Association (ANA).
Brigit Carter, associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, wrote "Opening the Door for an Equitable Re-Entry" for the Inclusion Allies Coalition Forum.