COP Events

MPSO Real Talk – Black Presence – February 10th, 4:30 pm in 1552 C. C. Little (Walgreens Lab)
A discussion on black presence throughout history beginning within the continent of Africa up to the present African Americans who have made and continue to make great contributions to society.

Black Perspectives: A Discussion on Being a Black Professional - February 21st, 6 – 8 pm, 2548 C. C. Little
A panel discussion with black professionals from Pharmacy, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Nursing, and Social Work who will share their experiences being black healthcare professionals in the workplace.

MLK Health Sciences Book Dialogue: Sounds of Change: Activism in the Health Professions (A discussion of March: Book One)- February 16th, 6 – 8:00 pm-Hatcher Graduate Library – Gallery (Pizza and Salad will be provided) RSVP at Health science faculty facilitators are needed.  Please contact Lauren Clarkson ( if you are interested in assisting.  Completion of the book is not required for attendance.  *Highlighted MLK Day Event – Co-sponsored by the MLK Health Sciences Committee*

Understanding Implicit Bias: The Largest Roadblock for the Global STEM Workforce - February 22nd, 3-7:30 pm- Johnson Rooms Lurie Engineering Center, 3rd Floor, 1221 Beal Ave  *Highlighted MLK Day Event*

University of Michigan – Black History Month Events

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