Celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, histories and contributions of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

UCSF Events
Film Screening: Young Lakota on 11/16, 6-8pm.

Web Resources
Upcoming event on anti-racism

Recorded events on anti-racism

Bias Response Student Survey
The Office of Diversity and Outreach & Student Academic Affairs plan to establish a Bias Response Team to serve as a consulting body for all UCSF students to ensure that incidents are recorded and provide facilitation to mediate and to repair harm between involved parties. We are requesting student input and feedback as we move forward with the creation of this initiative. Go to tiny.ucsf.edu/biasstudentsurvey'
Post-Election Community Dialogue Space

with the Multicultural/LGBT Resource Centers and Student Health & Counseling Services
UCSF Fund for Racial Justice in Health and Science
UCSF has a long history of advancing equity – for those we have the privilege to serve and for each other. But we have much more work to do. Support our efforts to dismantle structural racism by making a gift to the fund.

Did you know UCSF has created a Telework Toolkit?
Visit the Telework Toolkit website for questions on policy, procedures, equipment, ergonomics and resiliences.
UCSF Employees Can Now Receive Home Buying Support
UCSF Housing Services is pleased to connect employees with Landed, a company that provides employees of health care and educational institutions down-payment support and other home-buying resources. Learn more.
Faces of Ability II:
Mental Health Resilience
This project focuses on living with and/or caring for family and friends with mental health challenges. Find out more about mental health resources at UCSF and stories from members of our UCSF community. Share your story using the hashtag #UCSFmentalhealth. Learn More.

Mercedes Paredes, MD, PhD Receives NIH New Innovative Award
UCSF’s Dr. Paredes is an assistant professor in the Department of Neurology and Neuroscience and Biomedical Sciences graduate programs. The National Institute of Health Director’s New Innovator Award supports innovative research from early career investigators. Read Dr. Paredes's project.
Disrupting the Status Quo: Special Report by the UC Health Sciences Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force
The task force, chaired by UCSF Vice Chancellor Navarro, has published a report focusing on eliminating barriers to the full inclusion of racially and ethnically diverse people in healthcare.
Position Opening: Equity and Justice Specialist at Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences / Bixby / ZSFG. Learn more & apply.

The Learning for Early Careers in Addiction and Diversity (LEAD) Program at UCSF is looking to recruit its seventh cohort of visiting scholars to participate in this 3-year research education training program. Learn more & apply by 12/30/20.
Read our October 2020 issue here.
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