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Lunch & Learn: Participatory Budgeting Event Recap

The CCPH “Lunch & Learn: Participatory Budgeting” webinar was a collaborative training panel with community and academic experts sharing their experiences advocating for fair budgetary structures and practices by relying on community expertise to address...

HBCU Coalition Member Spotlight: Virginia Hunter

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, in partnership with RTI International, is utilizing our diverse network and partnerships with college and university affiliates to increase the engagement of Historically Black College and University (HBCU) students, faculty, staff, and researchers in the All of Us Researcher Academy and use of the All of Us Researcher Workbench. We recently sat down for a conversation with our Engagement Strategist, Virginia Hunter, whose work with CCPH helps increase the visibility of the program at HBCUs.

As an alumna of an HBCU with deep roots in the community, Virginia shares her personal connection to HBCUs, her hopes for the All of Us Research Program, and why it’s important. Continue reading to learn more.

All of Us Researcher Academy Course Announcement

October Course Registration Is Open!

Introduction to Python, Pandas, and Jupyter Notebook for Analysis of All of Us Data

Co-Creating Community-Centered Emergency Action Plans Community Forum

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases will host community forums where we will gather community leaders, organizations, and partners to share and respond to resources and ideas...
HBCU Coalition Member Spotlight: Karen Mathews, MD, MHA, FAAFP

HBCU Coalition Member Spotlight: Karen Mathews, MD, MHA, FAAFP

Get to know MSI Hub HBCU Coalition Member Karen M. Mathews, MD, MHA, FAAFP. She serves as the Executive Director of Health & Psychological Services in the University Health & Wellness Center at Central State University. In April, she led an incredibly informative session about HBCU student-centered mental health services and solutions that she and her team have implemented for students at Central State University for our HBCU Coalition meeting.