The Health Disparities Roundtable is an annual event at the end of Public Health Week. The purpose of the round table is to bring national and local speakers to campus to discuss emerging issues in health and racial equity research, policy and/or practice.
Previous keynote speakers have included Mary Lee from PolicyLink, Dr. John Lynch from the University of South Australia, Dr. Toni Yancey from the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. David Williams from Harvard University, Dr. Jose Pagan from University of North Texas, and Dr. Keisha Pollock from Johns Hopkins University. 200-250 individuals attend the event each year and the diverse audience members represent faculty, students and working professionals from healthcare, government, private businesses, and community-based organizations. The past five years of events are available to access on this web page through an online course that is free to access with a certificate of completion.