The Keck School of Medicine of USC’s Department of Population and Public Health Sciences is set to launch the Fellowship in Continuous Learning for Antiracist Curricular Change, building from a new departmental initiative to embed principles of antiracism into educational efforts.

The cohort-based initiative will focus on fostering self-reflection, learning and continuous cultural development to advance racial equity in public health curricula. It will also complement a number of ongoing curricular reform efforts inspired by USC’s institution-wide diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

The fellowship is one of several efforts organized by the department’s REDI Council — a dedicated team of faculty, staff, and students — and is part of the national Transforming Academia for Equity Initiative supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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