Charlene Aaron, PhD, and SIU’s Center for Human and Organizational Potential received the Kenniebrew Equity Awards, in recognition of their efforts to actively promote inclusive excellence and equitable practices.
Each February SIU hosts a series of events to honor Dr. Alonzo Kenniebrew, the first Black physician in the United States to build and operate a private surgical hospital. The 2023 Kenniebrew Lecture and Forum has expanded to include an all-day medical conference on Friday, February 17.
The SIU Medicine Center for Human and Organizational Potential has announced that Mary Dobbins, MD, and Chris McDowell, MD, will become the new co-directors of the cHOP Leadership and Excellence
Registration is now open for the AWIMS Leadership Development Series (all virtual), featuring five esteemed SIU leaders who will share leadership lessons through the lens of advocacy. Topics &
The Alliance for Women in Medicine and Science (AWIMS) will launch a longitudinal executive leadership program for mid to late-career (10 years or more of practice in your area and/or at the associate
A letter from Associate Dean Susan Hingle, MACP, FRCP, FAMWA cHOP celebrates its second anniversary in January 2021. We have had the opportunity to reflect on the past two years and are pleased to
Community health worker programs are improving lives in Illinois neighborhoods On a gray February afternoon, Tami Langford is interviewing a new client in a busy office space at the Third Presbyterian
The Center for Human and Organizational Potential hosted a contest to establish Little Free Libraries (LFL) around the SOM campus during November 2019. Department teams planned and created impressive