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Sarah Gollust, PhD

Polarized Perspectives on Health Equity: Results from a Nationally Representative Survey on US Public Perceptions of COVID-19 Disparities in 2023

Sarah Gollust, PhD, co-authored the Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law publication: “Polarized Perspectives on Health Equity: Results from a Nationally Representative Survey on US Public Perceptions of COVID-19 Disparities in 2023…
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Carleton Curricular Innovation Grants for 2024

Daniel Groll, PhD, and Hope Sample, PhD, received a Carleton Curricular Innovation Grants for 2024 to establish a pre-collegiate philosophy program at the Area Learning Center.
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We Feel Alone and Not Listened To: Parents’ Perspectives on Pediatric Serious Illness Care in Somali, Hmong, and Latin American Communities

Jennifer Needle, MD, MPH, HEC-C, co-authored the Annals of Family Medicine Publication: “We Feel Alone and Not Listened To: Parents’ Perspectives on Pediatric Serious Illness Care in Somali, Hmong, and Latin American Communities.”
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A Call for Measuring Partisanship in US Public Health Research

Sarah Gollust, PhD, co-authored the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) publication: “A Call for Measuring Partisanship in US Public Health Research.”
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Work Worth Loving: Academic Minute

Christopher Wong Michaelson, PhD, is featured on the Inside Higher Ed podcast: “Work Worth Loving: Academic Minute.”
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Pass New Pathway to Become a Midwife

Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH, is mentioned in the StarTribune editorial: “Pass new pathway to become a midwife.”
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'Hear Her' Campaign Raises Awareness About Pregnancy, Postpartum Complications

Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH, is featured in the KSTP News segment: “‘Hear Her’ campaign raises awareness about pregnancy, postpartum complications.”
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What Happens When Technology Replace Need for Workers?

Christopher Wong Michaelson, PhD, is featured in the FastCompany article: “What happens when technology replaces the need for workers?”
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Let’s Talk Black Women’s Mental Health

Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH, will speak at the June 2 Forum: “Let’s Talk Black Women’s Mental Health.”
Erin Demartio and Debra DeBruin

Behind the Scenes: Facilitators and Barriers to Developing State Scarce Resource Allocation Plans for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Erin S. DeMartino, MD, and Debra DeBruin, PhD, are co-authors of the CHEST publication: "Behind the scenes: facilitators and barriers to developing state scarce resource allocation plans for the COVID-19 pandemic."