Center of Multicultural Affairs and Engagement (CMAE)
Welcome to the Center of Multicultural Affairs and Engagement (CMAE)!
The Center for Multicultural Affairs and Engagement (CMAE) is committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse community of medical students. The center cultivates a culture of inclusive excellence by facilitating professional development opportunities, advocating for issues concerning medical students, and supporting student organizations such as Student National Medical Association (SNMA), White Coats 4 Black Lives (WC4BL), Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), Promoting Recognition of Identity, Dignity, and Equality (PRIDE) in Healthcare, and Minority Associations of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS).
We thank you for visiting with us and we look forward to working with you!
FOR PRE-MED STUDENTS
The Empowering Multicultural Students for Careers in Medicine Seminar guides students as they prepare for the Medical School admissions process.
MAPS Twin Cities Chapter is an undergraduate student organization that assists minority pre-medical students in their professional healthcare careers.
SNMA supports underrepresented minority medical students, addresses the needs of underserved communities, and works to grow the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious physicians.
FOR CURRENT STUDENTS
The Medical School endeavors to provide every trainee with the student assistance resources and support needed to be successful.
The MD and MD/PhD programs offer students a wide variety of clinical clerkship opportunities, most of them in urban settings with diverse patient populations.
Hear from our students about their experiences at the University of Minnesota Medical School, living in Minnesota, and access to professional/personal development opportunties through organizations and service projects.
Hear from our Alumni on why they chose medicine and their specialty, experiences at the University of Minnesota Medical School, and living in Minnesota.