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Holly Smith Award Recipient - Fonda Smith (2022)

By UCSF School of Medicine on May 18, 2022
Fonda Smith Operations Manager, Memory and Aging Center is awarded Holy Smith Award (2022)

VP Harris Visits UCSF to Support Black Maternal Health

By Elizabeth Fernandez on April 21, 2022
Vice President Kamala Harris visited UCSF April 21 to draw attention to the critical need for addressing disparities nationwide in health care for Black people during pregnancy.

Women of UCSF Health - Our Stories Spotlight: Deborah Collins

October 11, 2021
Deborah Collins Project Manager and Senior Clinical Analyst, Department of Pediatric Cardiology

Elba Clemente-Lambert and the Black Caucus Re-description Project

By Charles Macquarie on August 16, 2021
The latest round of the Black Caucus Re-description project has been completed and uploaded to Calisphere, with the Black Caucus records now fully reflecting the more than 400 items with updated descriptions and metadata through the fabulous work of Elba Clemente-Lambert — founding member of the...

Women of UCSF Health - Our Stories Spotlight: Dr. LaMisha Hill

By Women of UCSF Health on February 02, 2021
Our Stories Storytelling is what connects and brings us together. So let’s celebrate, inspire and empower each other by sharing our stories. LaMisha Hill, PhD            

Black Caucus Digital Collection Updated

By Jazmine Dew on December 21, 2020
We are thrilled to announce that the descriptions for over 400 items in the UCSF Black Caucus Records digital collection have been updated and enhanced. The UCSF Black Caucus was founded in 1968 to address inequalities at the University of California, and the digital collection contains photographs...

Rematriation of Land, Sign Letter of Support

By Faculty & Students of NAHA & ANAMS on August 05, 2020
We've been working closely with the Native American students, faculty and staff at UCSF and with the

UCSF Black Caucus: A history of activism and progress

By UCnet on February 11, 2020
By the late 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement had swept the United States and — as was evidenced by Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1967 address at UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza — UC. Yet despite welcoming one of the movement’s great leaders, UC was not immune from some of the racially discriminatory...

UCSF Black Caucus: Equity, community and connection

By UCnet on February 11, 2020
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