The Medical School Dean’s Lecture Series is a series of presentations offered to faculty, staff, and students in the Medical School community, as a response to critical issues that are emerging during the pandemic, as well as our efforts to address racial injustice and health disparities within our institution.
The series provides an opportunity for members of our Medical School community to present essential topics and ideas for improving our lives, whether it be within our research, education, clinical work, or service.
Lectures are offered monthly and facilitated by senior leaders of the Medical School. If you have a suggested topic to be considered for future lectures, please submit them here.
Shared Resources from Lectures
July 14 - How the Pandemic(s) Changed my Advovacy, Research, and DEI Work
- GME DEI Advisory Work Group Meeting Agenda
- Medical Education in Color Newsletter - Volume 1, Issue 2
June 9 - DEI in the Departments: Family Medicine and Community Health & Neuroscience
- Response to Unanswered Questions - Family Medicine and Community Health & Neuroscience
- Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) website
- Organizational Framework - Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) at Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
- Recruitment Toolkit - Reducing Bias and Achieving Equity in Residency Recruitment and Selection
- Relational and Communication Commitments - Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
May 12 - DEI in the Departments: Psychiatry & Surgery