September 01

Effective Use of Plain Language to Communicate with Research and Program Participants

Know Your Level of Community Engagement

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Study shows effective team approach to mental health services among Latinx community

July 7, 2021

A research study entitled, “Juntxs Se Puede: A Relational Teamwork Approach toward Enhancing Wellness” by a research team including Institute Faculty Scholar, Diana Parra Perez, shows that teamwork between multiple agencies is the most effective way to provide mental health treatment for members of the Latinx community. The study is funded by the Center for […]

Two centers award funding

February 17, 2021

Institute for Public Health 2020 Annual Conference Summary

November 10, 2020

By Kim Furlow, Institute for Public Health Given that COVID-19 is in the forefront of the minds of, well…everyone, here and across the world, it was no surprise that the disease was the focus of the 13th Institute for Public Health Annual Conference, Oct. 29th. But, how prepared were we for the pandemic locally and nationally? […]

Perspective: Black Lives Matter

June 3, 2020

Staff blog concerning racial equity and the current unrest over the death of George Floyd.