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News and announcements from UCSF Office of Diversity & Outreach
14th Annual Health Disparities Research Symposium11
Thursday & Friday, Oct. 14 & 15, 2021 | 9am - 12pm | Virtual Event

The UCSF Health Disparities Research Symposium showcases research on health disparities conducted by faculty and trainees at UCSF and other Bay Area healthcare and research institutions, inspiring future collaborations and research direction.

Details and registration link here.
New Resource:
UCSF Land Acknowledgment
UCSF campus Indigenous groups recently worked with leaders of the Association of Ramaytush Ohlone to develop a UCSF Land Acknowledgment. We encourage interested groups and individuals to use the statement.

Learn more about the context and intent and view the statement here.

Art: Darby Raymond-Overstreet
Anti-Racism Initiative:
Report of Goals and Measures
As part UCSF's ongoing work to dismantle structural racism and the impact of bias on our community, the Anti-Racism Initiative planning group has released a report of goals and proposed measures.

View the report.
Latinx Heritage Month:
September 15-October 15
Celebrate the diversity and the contributions of the Latinx community at one of the UCSF events for Latinx Heritage Month.

Events, Zoom backgrounds, and more information can be found here and here.
Save the Date:
Chancellor Awards for Diversity
October 28 | 12pm-1:30pm
Chancellor Awards for Diversity recognize the outstanding efforts of individuals who demonstrate a strong dedication to diversity. We encourage everyone to attend the virtual celebration of the awardees and their work.

Webinar: Racial and Gender Bias in Search Engine Algorithms
by Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble
September 20 | 12pm-1pm
As part of the UC Council of Chief Diversity Officers' Distinguished Scholars Series, Dr. Noble will share her work on data discrimination, racial and gender bias in search engine algorithms, and implications for socially marginalized and over-surveilled populations.

Opportunity: Chief, Division of MIGS/Urology, UCSF
The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences seeks an accomplished Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeon (MIGS) or Urogynecologist to lead the MIGS-Urogynecology Division.

Learn more and apply here.
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SAVE THE DATES: October is UCSF Diversity Month!
Throughout the month of October, the Office of Diversity and Outreach and our partners across UCSF celebrate our diverse community with events and programming.