Diversity, Equity & Inclusion-Wichita
KU School of Medicine-Wichita joins KU Medical Center and KU School of Medicine-Salina in the overall commitment to actively develop and support a valued and respected workforce.
KU School of Medicine-Wichita joins KU Medical Center and KU School of Medicine-Salina in the overall commitment to actively develop and support a valued and respected workforce. To achieve this goal locally, a small task force works to host or promote activities that encourage a sense of belonging and empowerment for all on campus while also working to reduce health inequities through outreach in our campus neighborhood.
Task force members include: Lynn Fisher, M.D.; Colleen Loo-Gross, M.D., MPH; Julie Galliart, Ed.D.; Belinda Venters; Erin Doyle; Lipi Mukherjee, MS3; and Saniya Ahmed, MS1. Contact any of them to learn more about upcoming opportunities to get involved in Wichita DEI efforts.
Black History Month
Join us in honoring Black History Month through the theme: Educate. Elevate. Empower. Upcoming events and community spotlights honor and remember Black history while engaging in meaningful conversations and celebrations.
Opportunities throughout Black History Month include online exhibits and discussions as well as in-person events. There will be a tour Feb. 27 of The Kansas African American Museum in Wichita, and afterward, Maurice Duggins, M.D., KU School of Medicine-Wichita faculty member and alumnus, and former president of the Medical Society of Sedgwick County, will be honored and will give a presentation of his work in the community. Follow the link below to learn more and to register.
DEI at KU Medical Center
KU Medical Center is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive learning and working environment that nurtures the growth and development of our students, faculty and staff.