Jen Smith, a Graduate Fellow at ISSI’s Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues, is one of the co-authors of this report on the Eyak Lake, Alaska, Landscape Protection Plan. Jen is also one of the coordinators of the project to document and protect the sacred place.
In November of 2016, BCSM sponsored a conference on structural competency which drew standing room only crowds. This conference, the first focused on structural competency in the contexts of public health and social welfare, brought together national experts and local community organizations to imagine paths toward a more equal and healthy future.The photos from the conference are now available to view here. The conference was video-recorded, and the videos of the four sessions are available to view here.
Amani Nuru-Jeter, Associate Professor of Public Health and ISSI faculty affiliate, received a fellowship to participate in UC Women's Initiative for Professional Development.