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STEM - Minority Health Ambassadors


Program Name? 
       Minority Health Ambassadors

What is the program about? 
       Biweekly journal club and seminar; education and ethnical issues in science (speakers and case studies), and experience in the conduct of research studies.

What are the program objectives? 
       Promotes scholarship, research, and community engagement service learning.

When does the program start/end? 
       Year round

Where is the program location? 
       Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity

Who is able to participate in this program?
Undergrad, grad, and post-graduate students

       Male and female

       Undergrad, grad, and post-graduate students

       Underrepresented minorities

Health focus? 
       Health disparities

When does registration/application start/end?
Year round

How do participants register or apply?
Contact Dr. David L. Mount at 336-713-7614 or

Is there a cost or fee to participate?

Who is the lead organization?
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity

Who are the other partners/organizations involved?
Colleges and universities from around the country

To learn more about this program, please contact: 
       Dr. David L. Mount


Last Updated: 08-24-2016
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