Included in September's EDI Newsletter:
A month spent celebrating and honoring the history, culture, and contribution of those whose ancestors came from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Spain. Hispanics and Latinos lead and deliver critical components of Duke's mission, excelling in all roles and at all levels of our organization.
Included in July's EDI Newsletter:
Kevin Thomas Looks to Lead School of Medicine Toward a More Equitable Future, and He's Up for the Challenge
Kevin Thomas, MD had little interest in cardiology when he first entered medical school, but it is difficult now to separate his journey toward becoming a cardiologist from his current work advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI).
Included in May's EDI Newsletter:
Included in April's EDI Newsletter:
Conversations with Colleagues | Racial Justice: Deeper Dive Series
6-week transformative experience exploring the origins of systematic racism, understanding our own implicit biases, and learning what we can do to impact our community positively. The curriculum includes mixed media to engage all learning styles. Due to the nature of this experience, we ask all attendees to commit to completing the series, allowing participants to build relationships with members of their cohort.
Included in March's EDI Newsletter:
Women's History Month
A time to honor and reflect upon women's contributions to history, culture and society, which are often overlooked. It's been observed annually in the United States since 1987.
Included in January's EDI Newsletter:
29th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet
Duke Eye Center is the proud support of the 29th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet hosted by the Duke University Chapter of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) on January 22nd, 2022 Join us for several events in the upcoming week to help us celebrate the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all of those who fought for equality.