The Worth (and Work) of Networking

The concept of networking can seem obscure or even daunting at first. Jessica Marsack, RN, BSN,  is a PhD student with the University of Michigan School of Nursing and Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities and she explains (with tips) that once you get started, the time you put in to networking leads to valuable... Continue Reading →

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MFierce Coalition Presents on Youth Engagement at APHA

On October 30th, 2016, Jimena Loveluck, MSW, represented Michigan Forward for Enhancing Research and Community Equity (MFierce) at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Loveluck is the Vice President of Community Research and Innovation at Unified HIV Health and Beyond and is a Steering Committee Member of the MFierce Coalition. MFierce... Continue Reading →

Responding to an LGBT Hate Crime at Home

Alanna On April 1st my friend’s younger sister was attacked by three men as she walked home to her apartment in Ypsilanti.  She was punched in the face, kicked in the stomach, and ultimately knocked unconscious. Before being beaten up, one of the men said to her, “Hey b----. Are you that f----- from the... Continue Reading →

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