Presidential scholar strives to create identity safety cues in healthcare research
Introducing Kadeeja Murrell, a Presidential Research Scholar whose work centers on Black maternal mortality. In this Q&A, she discusses following your aspirations over anything else, creating identity safety cues and the importance of community bonding.
The crucial impact of representation and why soul work moves mountains
This month, we highlight Presidential Scholar, Crestcencia Ortiz-Barnett! This sixth-year PhD and second-year MFA student discusses her passion for theater, creating opportunities for problem-solvers and the importance of prioritizing mental health.
Presidential scholar uncovers heating and weather-hazard inequities in the Valley
This month, we highlight Aaron Flores, a Presidential Postdoctoral Research Scholar whose work centers on environmental justice with a focus on extreme heat conditions. In this Q&A, he talks about weather-related hazards and disasters and the corresponding disparities amongst specific groups.
Disaster mitigation is a collaborative effort
This month, we highlight Presidential Scholar, Emmanuel Salifu, a dual PhD who’s work focuses on Agricultural Engineering and climate change. In this Q&A, he talks about his interdisciplinary approach to multi-faceted environmental challenges.
Postdoc Profile: Ashley Ruiz
Dr. Ashley Ruiz is a Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation who is researching the interactions in healthcare that cause secondary victimization (re-traumatization) to survivors of sexual assault.