Regents’ Professor Julie Baldwin, director of the Northern Arizona University Center for Health Equity Research, was elected in June to serve on the board of directors… Read more
Center for Health Equity Research
Funding faculty equipment purchases is a little-known but important SHERC mission
For many Northern Arizona University researchers, the one thing that prevents them from completing groundbreaking research is the cost of equipment or programs needed to capture their data.
For the past five years, NAU’s Southwest Health Equity… Read more
Fairness First highlights Peter Friederici and NAU’s Sustainable Communities
Northern Arizona University’s Department of Sustainable Communities has been inspiring and training students to make a difference in Flagstaff and throughout Arizona in sustainability, civic engagement, interdisciplinary research and social justice work for more than 20 years.
Peter Friederici, director of Sustainable Communities… Read more
Faculty spotlight: Linnea Evans
Time is typically something that is elusive. But to Linnea Evans, quantifying the use of time is one of the keys components in identifying structural racism.
Through her innovative research, Evans, an assistant professor at Northern Arizona University’s Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) and Department of Health Sciences, is proving how racial and ethnic minoritized teens are often socially or financially… Read more
February 2021 newsletter
Learn more about the Great Beginnings for Healthy Native Smiles project in our February 2021 newsletter:
Pivoting due to COVID leads to project’s success
A mere six months before the pandemic, Amy Armstrong-Heimsoth, associate clinical professor, NAU Department of Occupational Therapy, and her community partner Shevaun Sullivan, director of group home relations for OCJ Kids or Opportunity, Community and Justice for Kids, in Phoenix, received funding from the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative’s Community-Campus Partnership Support (CCPS) for their project.
Their plan… Read more