Nexus Conference Recordings
During the month of November we had a discussion about Gender Based Violence with Dr. Sonia Salari from Family and Consumer Studies, Representative Angela Romero and Jennifer Campbell, Executive Director of South Valley Services.
During the month of October we had our first of the second series of "Dialogue on Disparities" with Dr. Jeff Rose discussing Homelessness: Communities on the Edge. This was also the inagural lecture with the new NEXUS director, Lori Kowaleski-Jones.
During the month of March there were two events. One outlining research funding opportunities
inside the realm of inequality and disparities and the other was a presentation from
Dr. Michelle Debbink ""Racial and ethnic inequities inSevere Maternal Morbidity:How a reproductive justice and population health lens can help to move theneedle"Research Opportunities
Dialogue on Disparities - February 2021
"The Science of Art: Perspectives
on Embedding Concepts of Diversity and Inclusion into Academics"
Dr. Butt will share his experiences in teaching and research that helped him appreciate and leverage diversity.
He will lead a discussion on brainstorming on what we can do together to advance the new 1U initiative, a Fair and
Dialogues on Disparities, Impacts of Structural Inequality and
Pandemic Policies on COVID-19Outcomes at the Neighborhood
Level in Salt Lake County with Dr. Daniel Mendoza and Dr. Tabitha Benney
Links from the Discussion:
Here's a link to Boustan/Abramitzky et al's linking work, in case it's of interest... https://censuslinkingproject.org/
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s recent call re: racial equity: Policies for Action: Public Policy Research to Advance Racial Equity and Racial Justice. Letters of intent are due November 24. https://www.rwjf.org/en/library/funding-opportunities/2020/policies-for-action--public-policy-research-to-advance-racial-equity-and-racial-justice.html