The College of Public Health respectfully acknowledges that the University of Kentucky sits on the lands of diverse Native peoples including the Cherokee, Osage, Chickasaw, and Shawnee peoples. We recognize that we now live and work on these lands and honor with gratitude the historical and continuing relationship between the indigenous people of this region and the land.
The University of Kentucky College of Public Health aims to be a champion of diversity, equity and inclusion, in line with our vision to be the catalyst of positive change for population health.
As we work to accomplish our mission of developing health champions in Kentucky and beyond, we understand that excellence is only possible with diversity of thought and creating a welcoming atmosphere — for everyone.
You belong here because we are:
Fostering excellence, creativity and innovation;
Broadening our scope of inquiry, which helps us better understand and address health disparities;
Enhancing our ability to attract and retain unique and talented students, faculty and staff in a changing demographic landscape; and
Positioning our community for global education, service, and research preeminence.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion please reach out to us via email at CPH_Diversity@uky.edu.
Our resources available to first-generation students, including programs and student services available across UK’s campus.
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Leading internationalization efforts at the University of Kentucky.
Amanda Hamilton, the College of Public Health’s new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Coordinator, is driven by a passion for fostering a more inclusive and welcoming environment in higher education.
Open now from October 30th - November 10th. Get ready! Don't miss your chance to grab CPH branded gear! 10% of the sales will go to the Student Public Health Association (SPHA).
Major Ahmad Alexander has been named the 2023 Torch of Excellence Award recipient of the Lyman T.
As CPH graduate student Vanessa Diaz works toward her Master of Public Health degree, she draws inspiration from her family.
Women’s History Month is a dedicated month to reflect on the often-overlooked contributions of women to U.S. history.
This talk details the broader law and policy-related aspects of this project by exploring which law and policy systems are needed to support health outcomes on a neighborhood level. In addition, this discussion will highlight how law can also contribute to community-level health inequities.
International Women's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a day when women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political.
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