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Welcome To Our Institution!

At UACOM-T, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion holds a pivotal role in creating a climate where diversity is recognized as a primary ingredient in the mastery of innovation and excellence in patient care.

Victoria E. Murrain, D.O.
Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, College of Medicine – Tucson

 

Spotlight on Diversity


Individual Profiles


Raquel Givens, Accreditation Director

The elements of diversity that I represent are Women of Color, Latinas, and Mexican-Americans. These identites afford me perspectives that represent those of our larger Tucson community that include prospective student, faculty and staff.

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Anita Koshy, MD

In my department, being a basic scientist influences how I think about patient and clinical studies and data. I have been well-trained/mentored in those aspects and I am a reasonable communicator.

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Ricardo Ayala, Medical Student

I am very proud to be a first-generation American who is maximizing the resources, opportunities and freedoms that this great nation offers. I proudly represent Mexican-Americans as an under-represented minority in the healthcare field. Lastly, I bring the perspective of a former salesman, a husband, a father and the attitude that all dreams can be achieved if willing to work hard for it without ever giving up.

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Upcoming ODEI Events (***check listings for DEI hour eligibility***)

21
Sep to Dec
ODEI Book Club ***1 DEI hr eligible***

    Join us for the ODEI Monthly Book Club, every 3rd Monday night! Register Here  This Book Club is eligible for a one time 1 Hr DEI credit.


30 to 4
Oct to Nov
Election Dialogue Sessions

As Election Day 2020 fast approaches, we find ourselves continually bombarded with news, town halls, debates, protests, and calls to vote, regardless...


9
Nov
Diversity Lecture

DIVERSITY LECTURE COVID-19 and American Indian Health Equity