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Black Maternal Health at Howard University

Black Maternal Health Week: Howard University Researchers Detail the Relationship Between Environment Pollutants and Black Maternal Health

Howard University researchers conducted studies and worked with Black doulas around the DMV area to highlight the intersection of environmental racism on Black maternal health during Black Maternal Health Week

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In Your Words

Tamara Holmes


There’s always this sense of students teaching students, and that goes with that whole family atmosphere, that belonging atmosphere,”

- Tamara Holmes (B.A. '94), former editor, reporter at The Hilltop
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History & Heritage the all-women interprofessional education committee


History & Heritage the all-women interprofessional education committee

For Women's History Month, Howard University highlights and honors the all-women Interprofessional Education Committee (IPE) committee and their commitment to making sure the University's standards of excellence and truth and service is possible for every student on The Yard and beyond.

The IPE’s University-wide mission is to build “culturally-responsive, collaborative, and practice-ready professionals across the spectrum of health and behavioral science disciplines.” The Office of the Provost established the Interprofessional Education (IPE) Committee in 2015. 

“Every time I come to this platform, I am energized, I am inspired,” said Donna Grant-Mills, Ph.D., a founding member of the IPE Committee. “When I don’t know which way to go, this committee shows me the way. It’s tremendous work – a lot of focus but a lot of love.”  

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