Category Archives: On-Campus

Flower installation in Hutch

In tribute to the 188 people who have died of gun violence in Chicago this academic year, SHE installed paper flowers in Hutch courtyard on this beautiful Friday afternoon.   The University of Chicago First Responder Corps provided demonstrations of how to … Continue reading

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April 22nd and 23rd: SSA Presentation

Students for Health Equity (SHE) has been asked to present the case for a trauma center at the SSA school this coming Monday and Tuesday at 12:30 each day. The presentation will be brief, but will cover the campaign’s history … Continue reading

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OPEN HOUSE April 11th! Come ask questions about the campaign, our research, and anything else

Join us Thursday April 11th from 6PM to 8PM in Stuart Lounge (basement of Stuart) We will have general information about the campaign and breakout sessions about what our group does. Come by for a few minutes, or stay the … Continue reading

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SHE Research Presentation

On Tuesday night, the SHE research team presented the findings of their research on the history and academic literature concerning trauma care in Chicago. Some of the research we presented is still in progress, but we wanted to immediately share … Continue reading

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Research Presentation Announcement!

SHE is hosting the first public presentation of our extensive research on trauma care in Chicago.  Come out to learn about the history of the city’s trauma network and the impact a Southside trauma center would have. https://www.facebook.com/events/450138521731754/ Harper 140 … Continue reading

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Movie Screening- Unnatural Causes

On Friday night Alana planned a screening of an installment of a documentary series called Unnatural Causes, which explores the connection between inequality and health.  We gathered at OMSA and watched episode five, “Place Matters”, and learned how poor housing … Continue reading

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