Highlights & News
Jason Ashe and his doctoral advisor, Danielle L. Beatty Moody recently wrote an op-ed, "Not all Americans have a fair path to a good death: racial disparities are real," published in The Conversation. The article can be found here.
Excited to announce that Jason Ashe has been selected for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Policy Research Scholars program. The program supports and connects leaders who are committed to bringing about meaningful change and building a national Culture of Health. Participants build the interdisciplinary skills and relationships necessary to extend their influence and impact, break down silos, address health disparities, and make our communities healthier. https://bit.ly/2Octxrq
"Paying Closer Attention to Microaggressions and Their Consequences" is an article published in The Health Psychologist, the Newsletter of the Society for Health Psychology (Division 38 of the American Psychological Association). The article can be found here. Congratulations to the graduate students and Principle Investigator of the Social Determinants of Health Inequity Lab at UMBC for their collaborative publication.
Peer-Refereed Paper Proposal:
"The Beatitudes and Liberation Psychology: Translating Scripture to Social Justice in Community Psychology."
Invited Talk: University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Fall Opening 2017