Events

29
Mar

AHC Prepared: Responding to an active shooter-MPLS

AHC Prepared: Campus Safety - A University of Minnesota Police Department officer will present information about how best to respond to an assailant with a gun. There will be time for questions. Free light lunch served.

30
Mar

The GALA™ Gala

Join the Program in Human Sexuality to kick-off a fundraising campaign to build the National Center for Gender Spectrum Health! 

Your donations are generously matched by the TAWANI Foundation. Your support will go twice as far!

Keynote address of the evening: Kate Bornstein

4
Apr

AHC Prepared: Responding to an active shooter-STP

AHC Prepared: Campus Safety - A University of Minnesota Police Department officer will present information about how best to respond to an assailant with a gun. There will be time for questions. Free light lunch served.

News


Health Disparities Funding Opporunity

The Center for Healthy African American Men through Partnerships (CHAAMPS) invites applications for research projects using national health databases. Graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, medical residents, medical fellows, and faculty are eligible to apply.


University Information Technology (IT) wants to hear from you!

Please share your experience using technologies on campus. Let us know if there are services that aren’t available today that could improve your experience at the University of Minnesota.

Information gathered from the IT feedback survey will be shared with IT service providers and decision makers.


Food and health research grant funding

The Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives (HFHL) Institute seeks proposals from U of M interdisciplinary faculty research teams, community-academic partnerships and graduate and professional students in the areas of food and health.

Submission deadline: April 14.


Applications Now Open: 2017 Pilot Grants

Program in Health Disparities Research Pilot Grants encourage community-initiated research and foster sustainable long-term collaboration between community-based organizations and academic researchers on research projects focused on reducing and eliminating health disparities.

Employee Spotlight

Brian Lucas with his wife, Betsy and children, Molly and Julia

Brian believes that the AHC is a great place to work because he's surrounded by smart, creative, committed people who are also here for the right reasons.

New to the AHC?

Welcome! You'll likely have a lot of questions as you start your new job at the Academic Health Center (AHC).

We've compiled a list of resources to help before and after your arrival.

New employees

Aerial view of the University of Minnesota campus and downtown Minneapolis overlooking the Mississippi RiverAbout the Academic Health Center

The University of Minnesota Academic Health Center (AHC) is one of the most comprehensive in the nation. The AHC includes six schools and colleges, several interdisciplinary centers and programs, and operations and support units, known as the AHC shared services.

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