Black History Month Essay Contest
Question: “What was your first experience with soul food, where did you go, what did you eat, and why was it memorable?”
Submit your essay (500 words max) by Friday, February 10, at 11:59 pm to firstname.lastname@example.org for full consideration and winners will be announced on Wednesday, February 15.
Conversations on Health Disparities with Dr. Duane Loynes, Sr. – Cultural Humility
Join us Monday, February 13, at noon in GEB A103 for a Conversation on Health Disparities with Dr. Duane T. Loynes Sr. about Cultural Humility. Dr. Loynes is an Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Africana Studies at Rhodes College. Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP via Engage here.
This event is part of the Co-curricular Certificate on the Social Determinants of Health.
BSA 31st Annual Award Ceremony
The Black Student Association (BSA) is hosting its 31ST Annual Award Ceremony,
Friday, February 17, at 6:30 pm, at Collage Dance Collective. The BSA will welcome Shanea McKinney, PharmD, as this year’s keynote speaker. Dr. McKinney is an alum of UTHSC College of Pharmacy and currently serves as a member of the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees.
To complete the sponsorship form, follow this link: https://forms.office.com/r/s9thUx6yRz.
With questions, contact BSA advisor Dr. Dustin Fulton at email@example.com.
Diversity and Inclusion Book Club: The Beauty in Breaking
An African American emergency room physician explores how a life of service to others taught her how to heal herself. In the ensuing years, as Harper learned to become an effective ER physician, bringing insight and empathy to every patient encounter, she came to understand that each of us is broken—physically, emotionally, and psychically. How we recognize those breaks, how we try to mend them, and where we go from there are all crucial parts of the healing process.
Zoom Info: The Beauty in Breaking Zoom