Below are a number of groups within the Department of International Health, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Johns Hopkins University.
The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship and the Office in Multicultural Affairs are convening a series of discussions and student/run explorations of cross-cultural anti-racist activism. Learn more
The Biomedical Scholars Association, BSA, is an organization that unites graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and faculty who represent minority groups within the Johns Hopkins University Medical Institute community. Learn more.
LPHN is a network of Bloomberg students, faculty, and community partners dedicated to improving the health of our Latino communities. LPHN's activities include professional development, service partnerships, engagement in Latino public health issues, and social events. Learn more.
Native Circle was founded in 2002 by a group of Johns Hopkins Native American graduate students. The group is comprised of Hopkins students, staff, faculty, and community members who are committed to training, educating, supporting and advancing the wellbeing of Native American people through self-determination, academic achievement and community service. Learn more.
This series is designed to support doctoral students to explore non-academic careers in global health. All current, admitted, and prospective students are welcome. There is also a Slack workspace for career resources and networking for students and faculty. Learn more.