Join us at the following events

Persistent Health Disparities: Understanding the Role of Social Determinants, Implicit Bias and Racism

Dr. Denise Rodgers, Rutgers University

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

OHSU Auditorium

Laurel Case Lecture and Visiting Professorship is pleased to welcome  Denise Rodgers, M.D., vice chancellor, Interprofessional Programs and director, Urban Health and Wellness Institute, Rutgers University.

The event is free and includes lunch, which may be eaten during the lecture.  Registration is required. 

Hosted by OHSU Family Medicine and supported by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

Diversity Career Fair

2018 Diversity Career Fair

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Robertson Life Sciences Building, 2730 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR

Join our team at OHSU where diversity maximizes our true potential for creativity, innovation, quality patient care, educational excellence and outstanding service.

Learn about jobs now available at OHSU at the Diversity Career Fair, including jobs in the areas of nursing, allied health, administrative and support services. You'll also have the opportunity to meet OHSU hiring managers. Be sure to bring copies of your resume. Light food and drinks will be available. Child care and reasonable accommodations available upon request.

Register by October 12, 2018.

Past events

September 28, 2018

OHSU and the Sarah Anne and Erin Ford Braner Endowment and Lectureship are proud to welcome an internationally-recognized leader in public health and gun violence prevention, Deborah Prothrow-Stith, M.D., dean, College of Medicine, Charles R. Drew University.

As the inaugural speaker of the lectureship, Dr. Prothrow-Stith will discuss how violence affects public health, policies that address gun violence, risk factors involving our youth and strategies we can take together to keep our communities safe.

Hosted by OHSU Department of Pediatrics and Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

A recording of the lecture is available online.

September 28, 2018

What must the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) community do to diversify who succeeds in our disciplines and related careers? John Matsui, Ph.D., assistant dean, Biological Sciences, director and co-founder, Biology Scholars Program, University of California, Berkeley, will share his insights and recommendations based on his 25+ years of work with University of California, Berkeley undergraduates in his Biology Scholars Program and his participation on national advisory boards on STEM diversity for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health.

Hosted by the Alliance for Visible Diversity in Science, Center for Diversity and Inclusion and OHSU School of Medicine.

A recording of the lecture is available online.