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UIC Alumna Jamila Rashid Named Director of UIC’s
Urban Health Program

 


 

Join us for the
Urban Health Program
Annual End of the Year Reception Recognizing Graduates & Student Achievement

This event is in honor of all of our UHP students who will be completing a successful academic year! We will be recognizing graduating students as well as honoring student leadership awardees. 
Join us for an evening of networking, food and fellowship with UHP students across all the health sciences. Begin building your cross-disciplinary connections now and learn the advantages of being a member of the Urban Health Program family.  Come celebrate with us as we embark on an exciting year ahead!
Date:
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Time: 5:30-7:30 P.M
Location: UIC Student Center West
828 Wolcott Avenue
Chicago, IL 60612
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Light Refreshments & Snacks Will be Served

 




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UIC Urban Health Program

The mission of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Urban Health Program is to recruit, retain, and graduate underrepresented racial/ethnic minority students, specifically African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans, in the health professions, and to expand educational opportunities for these populations at the pre-college (K-12), undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels.

We are committed to:

  • Providing avenues for early exposure to the health professions for students from traditionally underrepresented groups.
  • Providing academic enrichment opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from underrepresented populations who are interested in or pursuing degrees in health-related fields.
  • Supporting and participating in community health initiatives and programs, particularly those that are concerned with addressing health disparities and community health.
  • Partnering with the Chicago Public Schools, the City Colleges of Chicago, and other educational institutions and organizations to establish and maintain pipelines for admission of traditionally underrepresented student groups into UIC’s health colleges and degree programs.
  • Actively recruiting Black, Latino, and Native American undergraduate students throughout Illinois, and encouraging them to apply to UIC’s health colleges and degree programs.
  • Conducting ongoing research related to underrepresented student experiences and outcomes, particularly for those students in the health professions pipeline at UIC.
  • Encouraging urban health experiences for all students interested in and committed to practicing in medically underserved urban areas, especially in Illinois.

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