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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...

CCPH Welcomes RADx-UP Engagement Specialist, Aliyha Hill, MPH

We are excited to have Aliyha Hill join the CCPH team as an Engagement Specialist. She will primarily support the RADx-UP initiative.

All of Us HBCU Road Tour Heads to Nashville

Join us virtually or in person for our next stop on the All of Us HBCU Road Tour at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.

HBCU Health Coalition – How HBCUs Are Shaping the Future of Health

Date & Time:  Thursday, February 8, 2024 | 1:00-2:00 PM EDT  Description: The HBCU Health Coalition is a national network of leaders from HBCUs working to advance health equity through community engagement and community-engaged research. In this inaugural session...

Reflections & Reconnection

Messages from the CCPH Leadership TeamThe haste to end the year should always be met with a moment of reflection. The obvious response is that the year went by too fast. I encourage us all to allow space for the gratitude of service to others. I am grateful that CCPH...

Lunch & Learn: Qualitative Research 101

Qualitative Research 101 was a timely and insightful panel discussion that invited attendees to consider how the community informs qualitative research. By participating in this session, we hope that attendees can: 1) understand how the community can strengthen...

CCPH Builds Relationships an APHA 2023 Recap

In mid-November, some of the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) team flew into Atlanta, Georgia, to attend the premier public health event of the year, the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Expo 2023. The 4-day event allowed...

Lunch & Learn: Sustaining Partnerships

Sustaining Partnerships was a thoughtful and insightful panel discussion that invited attendees to consider sustainability-based practices to maintain equitable community-academic partnerships through funding cycles.  By participating in this session, we hope that...

Join Us to Celebrate Researcher Academy’s New Institutional Champions

Join this webinar—part of the HBCU Road Tour series—to learn about the six new Institutional Champions in the All of Us Researcher Academy. Our featured presenters include Dr. Muhammed Idris, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Dr. Leah Floyd, Shaw University, who will share updates on their work as part of this second group of funded institutions.

Lunch & Learn: Managing Project Wrap-Up

Managing Project Wrap-Up followed October’s Lunch & Learn workshop on Managing Project Start-Up and invited attendees to consider closing protocols in their community-academic research projects. By participating in this session, we hope that attendees can review...

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.

HBCU Coalition Member Spotlight: Virginia Hunter

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.