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CCPH Welcomes Ja’Nell Henry as Program Assistant on the RADx-UP COVID-19 Project

We are proud to welcome Ja’Nell Henry to the CCPH team! Based in Durham, NC, and a graduate of Guilford College, Ja’Nell will be supporting the RADx-UP team as Program Assistant.  We asked her a few questions about her work and what brings her to CCPH.  What made...

The Value of HBCUs in the Era of COVID-19

I continuously remind myself that in 1918 my great-grandfather, Robert Dunlap, died of pneumonia during a global pandemic. It is now 103 years later, and we are in the midst of a similar pandemic. One difference is that I am in a position of executive leadership in...

At The Heart of the Matter Town Hall: Building an Action Plan

Are you an HBCU stakeholder? We invite you to join us THURSDAY, October 7th, 2021 for: At The Heart of the Matter Town Hall: Building an Action Plan Date & Time:October 7th, 2021 from 5:00 pm - 7:30pm EST  Description:In August and September,...

At the Heart of the Matter: HBCUs Respond to COVID-19 Part II

Join us for: At the Heart of the Matter: HBCUs Respond to COVID-19 Part II Date & Time:October 5th, 2021 2:00-3:30 pm EST  Description:As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect African American communities disproportionately, HBCU’s are at a crux to...

At The Heart of the Matter: Taking Care of Our Mental Health

Join us for: At The Heart of the Matter: Taking Care of Our Mental Health Date & Time:October 1st - 1:00-2:30 pm EST  Description:At The Heart of the Matter Webinar Series explores the intersectionality of physical and mental health. COVID19 has surfaced...

At the Heart of the Matter Virtual Event Series: Are you listening? HBCU respond to COVID-19

Join us for: At the Heart of the Matter Virtual Event Series: Are you listening? HBCU respond to COVID-19 Date & Time:September 28th, 2021 at 11:00 AM-12:30 PM EST  Description:As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect African American...

Improving African Immigrant Health Series, Part II: A Photovoice Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on African Immigrants Living in New England

Join us for: Improving African Immigrant Health SeriesPart II: A Photovoice Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on African Immigrants Living in New England Date & Time:Wednesday, September 29, 1-2:30 EST Description:African immigrants have been uniquely affected...

At the Heart of the Matter: Where’s the money? Finding resources to support HBCU community-engaged work

Join us for: At the Heart of the Matter: Where’s the money? Finding resources to support HBCU community-engaged work Date & Time:September 24th, 2021 at 2:00-3:30 PM EST  Description:The work of doing good requires resources to advance research, support...

Join us for:  At the Heart of the Matter: American Heart Association HBCU Scholars Program

Join us for: At the Heart of the Matter: American Heart Association HBCU Scholars Program Date & Time:September 14th, 2021, 2:00pm - 3:30pm EST Description:In this panel session, three students from the American Heart Association's HBCU Scholar program will...

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, Board Chair, Karriem Watson, DHSc, named chief engagement officer of NIH’s All of Us Research Program!

CCPH is excited to share with you The All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health has selected CCPH Board Chair, Karriem Watson, DHSc, MS, MPH, as its new chief engagement officer. We want to be among the first to congratulate...
The Value of HBCUs in the Era of COVID-19

The Value of HBCUs in the Era of COVID-19

I continuously remind myself that in 1918 my great-grandfather, Robert Dunlap, died of pneumonia during a global pandemic. It is now 103 years later, and we are in the midst of a similar pandemic. One difference is that I am in a position of executive leadership in...

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