This Wednesday at noon we’re excited to host Brandon Brown, PhD from UCR’s Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (CAMP).
CAMP is designed for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields pursuing graduate (Master/Doctoral) degrees.
In addition to leading (CAMP), Brandon teaches public health and medical ethics and conducts community-based participatory research on HIV and aging.
Brandon is also the chair of the board of directors of TruEvolution, which fights for the health equality and racial justice to advance the quality of life and human dignity of LGBTQ+ people.
Please feel free to join us as a guest! Just message us here on this page to receive a complimentary invitation.