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The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) establishes cultural humility as foundational to the education and professional formation of emerging healthcare clinicians, educators and scientists. We foster meaningful connections through critical thinking and self-reflection, courageous conversations, culturally responsive care and practices for patients and clients, and intentional collaborations with alumni and the local community.

Recent Posts

Black History Month Through Today's Lens

Campus Climate Survey Launches Next Week

MLK Day 2023

Recent Student Protests in Iran

DEI Event Speaker Nydia Han, #ThisIsAmerica

DEI Event Speaker Studies Latin Dancing for Alzheimer’s Prevention

DEI Remains Salus Strong with New Addition to University Community


A Time of Reckoning and Checking-In

PCO/Salus Honored by NOA at DEI Event

Summer Study Starts Diverse Undergrads on Path to PCO Success

PCO/Salus Alums Want 13 Percent Black Representation - Part 3: Dr. Essence Johnson

Former Dean Robert Horne to Receive Honorary Degree at Commencement

ICYMI: April A Busy Month at Salus

PCO/Salus Alums Want 13 Percent Black Representation - Part 2: Dr. Jacobi Cleaver

Statement on Chauvin Verdict

Recent Events and Taking Care of Yourself and Each Other

A Better Salus, Thanks to Female Leadership

PCO/Salus Alums Want 13 Percent Black Representation - Part 1: Dr. Darryl Glover

Black Student Union — A Bridge to Better Understanding


Virtual Town Hall Recap: COVID-19 and the Future

Summer Enrichment Program Making a Comeback

DEI Event Deals With BLVS Issues

Election Day Thoughts

DEI Special Assistant: Dr. Juliana Mosley

Salus Receives $300,000 Donation From America's Best for Summer Enrichment Program

DEI Event: Healthcare Delivery and Social Equity

Salus Orientation Week to Feature Presentation on Cultural Humility

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Hosts Event on Allyship

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources

University Faculty Development Day 2019