Inclusion or Illusion: A conversation with Asian American voices at UNMC/Nebraska Medicine
May is nationally recognized as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
This is a campus-wide joint panel and discussion event sponsored by the UNMC Office of Inclusion and Nebraska Medicine. The session will spotlight the Asian American Pacific Islander Community, which is integral to the success of our mission. With the recent wave of anti-Asian hate crimes, it is important that our institutions affirm our commitment to support the AAPI community as we celebrate diversity, equity and inclusion. Moderated by Howard Liu, MD, who serves as the Chair of the UNMC Department of Psychiatry. He is a nationally recognized psychiatrist, educator, workforce expert, social media innovator, and health care leader at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC).
- Yun Saksena, DMD, UNMC College of Dentistry, serves as the associate dean for education and has more than 15 years of experience in higher education.
- Dejun Su, PhD, UNMC College of Public Health, has worked at UNMC since 2012 as the director of the Center for Reducing Health Disparities within the College of Public Health. His main research interests include examining social determinants of health and the disparities in healthcare access.
- Anna Cramer, JD, Chief Legal & Advocacy Officer, Nebraska Medicine, has worked at UNMC and NM since 2012, and as chief, now leads a team of attorneys, paralegals and a contract analyst.
- Bo Chao, student in the College of Dentistry, is an international student from China. She is now a third-year student in the DDS program.
- Linda Huynh, student in the College of Medicine, is a first-generation Vietnamese American and college student. She is a first-year student in MD/PhD program at UNMC and currently serving as the Class of 2024 Class President.
Meeting ID: 914 3925 0417
ZOOM Meeting ID: 914 3925 0417 Passcode: 292829
Call: 1(346)248-7799 Passcode: 91439250417#
Wednesday, May 5 at 12:00am