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This webinar presents strategies for building bridges among diverse partners to learn how to craft a collective vision and work to support norm change for a larger shared goal. A unique and innovative multi-institutional partnership between a private grant-making foundation and its grant-funded institutions will be highlighted. Speaker Dr. Steve Nicholas will ground the discussion in his own history of building and leveraging strategic partnerships.

Rutgers School of Social Work and NJ ACTS Community Engagement Core are proud to sponsor the Twitter Chat "Dismantling Systemic Racism: The End Game"

Join us to learn more about how an MPH has helped Community Health Scientists make a difference through COVID-19

Join us to learn more about how an MPH in Community Health Science can boost your Career.


Beth Squires

Please join us Tuesday June 9th at 3:30pm CST for a joint series with the University of São Paulo’s Political Science department:
COVID-19 in Latin America: Politics, Economics, and Public Health
Tulane’s Dr. Arachu Castro and Dr. Nora Lustig will be joined by Dr. Joseph Tulchin, former director of the Latin American program at the Wilson Center and current senior scholar. The webinar will be held via Zoom at

Join us on 11 June to hear about baseline findings on key behaviors and ideations in the areas of malaria, family planning, and maternal, newborn, and child health plus nutrition (MNCH+N) from a behavioral sentinel surveillance (BSS) survey conducted in northwestern Nigeria.

The ninth COVID-19 Conversations webinar will discuss the road to immunity during COVID-19, including the basics of vaccine development, how developing a vaccine for COVID-19 differs from "traditional" vaccine development, and what actions can be taken now and in the coming months to ensure that our supply chain is ready to manufacture millions of doses of a vaccine.

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A discussion hosted by Tulane's The Skin You're In, regarding the effects of COVID-19 on criminal justice.

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