Students are an important component of fostering an inclusive environment at the Gillings School. Student activism has been at the heart of many of our strides toward a more equitable school. Explore some of the public health student groups working toward equity and inclusion.
The Minority Student Caucus was founded in the early 1970s as a vehicle for bringing the concerns of students of color to the attention of the School’s administration.
The group’s mission is to work to create, promote and sustain equity in the Gillings School for the benefit of all prospective and current students, faculty and staff.
The Epidemiology & Justice Group aims to support fellow students seeking to use epidemiology for social justice efforts.