We Are OHSU

OHSU is a diverse campus with members with different identities. Diversity is one of our core values, and we strive to create an environment of respect and inclusion. We acknowledge that diversity is not always seen, and we want to be intentional. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion highlights OHSU members in an interview series called 'We Are OHSU'. This project goes all year long, where we can uplift and celebrate members of all communities, highlighting their impact on campus and their daily lives and showing everyone the wonderful communities we belong to.

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In honor of Arab American Heritage Month, we interviewed Rana Najjar. Read here.

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In honor of Black History Month, we interviewed Jeanine Smith, Jennifer Lanier, and Shay Hampton. Read here.

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In honor of Women's History Month, we interviewed Nikki Alcala. Read here.

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In honor of Veterans Day, we interviewed Cherie Arnold, John Barry, Marshall Healy, Mattie Watts, and Terrance Souser. Read Here.

We are OHSU: Transgender Day of Visibility

In honor of International Transgender Day of Visibility, we interviewed Ari Rain, Braedon Braddy, and Kyndra White. Read Here.

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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we interviewed Fatima Salas, Gloria Ruiz, and Leslie Garcia. Read here.