Five professors were also granted Emeritus Professor status.
Through faculty expertise and support of community partners, WLI imparts leadership skills to help women navigate an increasingly unpredictable world.
Research fills a void that could help public health professionals develop more effective messages.
Shaniece Criss, assistant professor of health sciences, will run national focus groups looking into racial disparities.
Health sciences researcher Shaniece Criss taps into social media to understand the impact of racist comments and attitudes.
Shaniece Criss says COVID-19 underscores long-running health disparities that existed before the pandemic came onto the scene.
"The best pathway to connect is knowing what you do best, how you show up, how you are life-giving to other people."--Kim Keefer
Public health professor is one of 11 women whose personal stories are highlighted to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote.
Shaniece Criss goes on record about COVID-19 and the meaning of 'flattening the curve.'
Shaniece Criss is part of a team of researchers who studied the incidence of negative language toward Asian Americans on Twitter.