Health Equity Research and Education
With a liberatory spirit, the San Fernando Valley’s HERE Center works with communities by nurturing collaborative research to improve health equity! Get Involved Today!
For members of the CSUN community seeking a progressive environment for researching health equity, the HERE Center provides resources and opportunities that promote scholarly collaboration to empower communities toward reducing health disparities. For more information check out the links below.
Important News and Events
Our Support of Anti-Racism Education and Activism
We at the HERE Center see the complexity in these historic times. While we were angered and deeply saddened by the worsening of racial health disparities by placing political priorities over humanity, the ongoing fallout of COVID-19 now includes systemic, economic disparities that drive all other disparities. Read More about Our Support of Anti-Racism Education and Activism
Promotoras abordando las inequidades sociales durante el COVID19 en la comunidad latina
Visión y Compromiso, in collaboration with the Health Equity and Research Education (HERE) Center, invites you to join our virtual town hall titled, “Promotoras Tackling Social Inequities During COVID-19 in the Latino Community.” Read more
SPRING 2021 WEBINAR SERIES - Meaningful Change Starts Locally: Increasing Rigor and Reducing Community Health Disparities
The BUILD PODER Webinar Series offers exciting resources for generating rigorous health disparities research to faculty, students, and the larger CSUN community. Read more
Our New CSU Sally Casanova Scholars
Please join us in congratulating to the six HERE Center’s research assistants out of 16 that were awarded with the CSU Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholarship! The scholarship consists of $3,000 stipend plus funded summer research opportunities and provides the scholars unique opportunities to explore and prepare to succeed in doctoral program. Read more
Director Carrie Saetermoe Discusses about Racial Disparities and COVID-19 on CSUN Today
CSUN psychology professor and HERE Center Director Carrie Saetermoe this month answered a number of questions, to provide insight on racial disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More About Discussions on Racial Disparities and COVID-19