Diversity Equity and Inclusion

    • illustration of a microscope, and a magnifying glass studying a DNA sample

      Tracking a Killer: Disease Behavior and Epidemiology's Detective Tools

      Betsy Foxman

      You don't have to know an organism to track its effects. This fundamental insight into the relationship between humans and pathogens helps public health professionals act even when they have only imperfect information. Just as importantly, says Betsy Foxman, is the will to act—for the benefit of everyone in the community—when good science tells us the time is now. Read more

    • Dana Greene kneeling on the Diag

      One Year After

      Dana Greene, Jr.

      On September 25, 2017, master's student Dana Greene, Jr., took a knee on the University of Michigan Diag for over 20 hours to protest police brutality and hate crimes across the country and the climate on campus. One year later, he reflects back on this moment and what it meant to him and the community around him. Read more