banner1 home8 home-grove-mural home12 Washington University Medical Student Plunge (WUMP) students sort books into age appropriate categories for family reading nights at Gateway 180.
The Student National Medical Association coordinates health fairs, encourages underrepresented high school students to choose health careers and works to reduce health disparities.
The Office of Diversity Programs is committed to recruiting a diverse group of students, residents and faculty from groups underrepresented in medicine.
Washington University Medical Center is part of a colorful, urban landscape filled with decorative murals.
In addition to providing information on health and nutrition, members of the Public Health Interest Group teach children and their parents how to prepare healthy meals.
Washington University Medical Student Plunge (WUMP) students sorting books into age appropriate categories for family reading nights at Gateway 180

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A Call for Civility in In-civil Times

I am deeply troubled and disturbed about the collapse of civility on conversations of race and social justice in our country, but I am not confused. The continued spate of police shootings of unarmed African-American men, most recently Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota, and the tragic shooting deaths of five Dallas MORE »

Washington University 26th Annual Pow Wow

Washington University’s 26th annual Pow Wow that the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies coordinates are in the process of recruitment for volunteers to help out the day of the Pow Wow. The Pow Wow is being held at the Field Athletic Complex on Saturday April 9th, 10am-10pm, and will be looking for volunteers MORE »

Addressing Diversity at Washington University School of Medicine

Recent racially motivated incidents at the University of Missouri-Columbia are not unique to that institution and could happen on any campus in the country. For Washington University School of Medicine, they are a stark reminder of the importance of continuing our longstanding and sincere commitment to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, students and MORE »

2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Lecture

Jan 18, 2016

Guest speaker: Sherman James, PhD Lecture title: “The Black Image in the White Mind: Implications for Achieving Racial Equity in America.” Sherman James, PhD is the guest speaker for the Office of Diversity Programs 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Lecture.  A social epidemiologist, James is a Research Professor of Epidemiology and African American Studies MORE »

Health Professions Fair

Feb 2, 2016

The Health Professions Fair provides a forum for high school students primarily from the St. Louis public schools to explore various health related opportunities. Each year approximately 150 students are selected by their high school teachers to participate in the fair. MORE »