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Social Justice at Feinberg
Read the report on social justice initiatives at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, including recommendations from four advisory groups comprised of faculty, staff, trainees, and students.
Women in Medicine
Women make up over half of our medical students and trainees; lead over $200 million in funded research and represent over 100 senior leaders at Feinberg. Learn more about the contribution of women at our medical school: those trailblazers of the past; the chairs, chiefs and investigators of today; and the trainees and students who are developing into medicine’s future leaders.
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Poet Amanda Gorman reads 'The Hill We Climb'
Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman recites "The Hill We Climb" at President Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20th.
Changing the Face of Medicine
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine's Office of Diversity and Inclusion has taken a decidedly intentional and unapologetic approach to Diversity & Inclusion in Medicine and Science. Our mission: “to change the face of medicine.” We intend to change the face of medicine and through Diversity—especially diversity of thought—we will enable all of the potential available to elevate Feinberg to an even higher tier of excellence.
We are the Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Learn more about the mission and vision of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
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The Daniel Hale Williams Society
The Daniel Hale Williams Society, created in 2018, focuses on the recruitment of African-American males into the medical profession through proactive identification of students, mentoring and encouragement, scholarships and more. It honors Feinberg's first African-American graduate and faculty member, and one of the most noteworthy physicians of the 20th century.