Cultivating Professional Competencies: What’s Hair Got to do with It?

Join the Drexel University Kline School of Law on Tuesday, April 20th from 12:00PM-1:00 PM EST via Zoom!

This will be a discussion on race-based hair discrimination from the different vantage points of Kline School of Law students. The panel includes an intern for a state legislator, a research assistant and a student taking Employment Law. The discussion will be led by our very own Professor Wendy Greene, who co-drafted federal and state C.R.O.W.N. Acts and has served as an expert witness for civil rights cases challenging natural hair discrimination.

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Hang out at DSPH Student Virtual Lounge

If you miss saying hello to friends as walk through the halls of Nesbitt, or seeing who’s hanging out in between classes in the student lounge, login to Virtual Student Lounge, available Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM.

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Urban Health Inequities: Tackling Big Problems for Big Cities

Join us for our Drexel Deans Series on Tuesday, April 20th from 4:00PM-5:00PM EST via Zoom!

Hosted by Dean Ana Diez Roux (Dornsife School of Public Health) and Dean Laura Gitlin (College of Nursing and Health Professions), this virtual event will explore the complex topic of health inequities in cities, with a focus on the community Drexel calls home — Philadelphia. These respected experts will be joined by a panel of esteemed faculty and current students for a lively discussion focusing on how the COVID-19 pandemic has shown a spotlight on health inequities in urban areas and how the University is helping to combat increased disparities. The conversation will touch on the panelists’ work related to access to care, community outreach, and education and how Drexel’s dynamic academic programs prepare future leaders within the public health and health care fields.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence, educate communities on how to prevent it and bolster prevention efforts throughout the year.  Since 2001, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center has coordinated the SAAM campaign observed every April. This year’s theme is ‘We Can Build Safe Online Spaces.’ 

Join the campaign by accessing free resources at nsvrc.org/saam. Resources are available in Spanish at nsvrc.org/es/saam