Training & Development
This webinar, recorded at the 2020 SPH new student orientation, helps students understand the context in which they will learn, highlighting historical and current inequities and how students can work toward racial justice in Minnesota and beyond as practitioners.
In consultation with the U of M College of Education and Human Development, we have designed anti-racist pedagogical training for SPH instructors that aligns with annual CEPH training requirements.
The Justice in Public Health series will welcome local and national experts to lead discussion around a wide variety of topics that impact public health and advance equity.
The words we choose to use can guide our personal and collective attitudes, behavior, and philosophy. SPH has established definitions to create shared understanding in our work to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.
This course focuses on the relationships that the University of Minnesota has with the 11 Native nations of the state, what obligations we have to them, how we can build and enhance relationships with Native nations and more.
The Equity and Diversity Certificate program is free for all current UMN students, staff, and faculty and helps participants develop tools necessary for advancing equity and diversity in all aspects of their personal and professional lives.
The mission of the Health Equity Work Group is to give greater visibility to health inequalities research at SPH and nationally; develop collaborations with faculty and community partners; and ensure SPH students are well trained to work in a diverse society.
SPH is committed to increasing diversity among its staff, faculty, and students in admissions, promotions, scholarship decisions, and other selection processes. Participants of this OED workshop will learn promising practices and resources for addressing implicit bias in the context of search and selection processes.