HELI 2020 Postponed Due to COVID-19

The HELI planning team has made the difficult decision to postpone HELI 2020. We will be taking advantage of a ‘gap year’ to envision the way our signature annual HELI offering can enhance its impact going forward.  Our 10 year celebration is supposed to be just that – a CELEBRATION, in person and all together!... Continue Reading →

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Congrats to HELI Alumna Dr. Delishia Pittman!

Congratulations to HELI 2013 Alumna Delishia Pittman, PhD, on her promotion with tenure at the George Washington University! Dr. Pittman joined the faculty at GWU in August 2014 and as of May 2020 is Associate Professor of Counseling with tenure, Department of Counseling and Human Development in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.... Continue Reading →

CCPH Call for Health Equity Webinar Speakers

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) has a call for speakers and topics for their COVID-19 webinars ~ The weekly webinar series, Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19 has generated excitement and a robust audience. The webinar production team is committed to sharing important topics and issues that are impacting communities in... Continue Reading →

Health Disparities Research Scholars Trainee Opportunity at UW-Madison

The Health Disparities Research Scholars Postdoctoral T32 Training Program in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is accepting applications for one postdoctoral trainee position beginning September 1, 2020. This program supports the training and mentoring of scholars from diverse fields to become interdisciplinary researchers with a focus on health... Continue Reading →

Alvin Thomas Joins Virtual Panel Series on Black Men’s Well-being During Pandemic

HELI 2016 Alum Dr. Alvin Thomas recently joined a panel of Wisconsin experts to kick off a series of discussions on Black men’s mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. African-Americans have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and many black men in particular, who have underlying health conditions, are more vulnerable to complications... Continue Reading →

HELI Alum Shares Free COVID-19 Webinar for Youth

HELI 2010 alum Dr. Anthony Santella recently developed a free webinar on the coronavirus (COVID-19) for youth and adolescents. There are two versions of the webinar: One version is for elementary/middle school students and another version is for high school students. The content is age appropriate and medically accurate. The content will focus on science... Continue Reading →

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