HHD Lunch & Learn Series



COVID-19 did not create health disparities. Instead, it exposed the structural deficiencies in our society that lead to inequitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in the United States. Critical Conversations on Health Equity and Justice aim to reflect the complexity of health and wellbeing as outcomes of the intersectionality between structural racism, ecological destruction, injustice, and inequity. The Critical Conversations series for 2020-2021 will highlight faculty research and scholarship that addresses structural determinants of health equity and justice.


UPCOMING Critical Conversations LUNCH & LEARNS


To Be Announced



Previous Critical Conversations LUNCH & LEARN Presentations


The exploration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ)

healthcare, access, and experiences in Orange County


Dr. Austin Nation

Assistant Professor of Nursing

 Presented on Tuesday, February 23, 2021

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Shelter & Food in Precarious Times: A discussion of the health impact of homelessness

on children and the pandemic’s effect on CSUF students


Dr. Tabashir Nobari

Assistant Professor of Public Health

Presented on Monday, November 16, 2020

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Pandemics and Social Change: COVID-19 and Racism in Historical Context


Dr. Mojgan Sami

Assistant Professor of Public Health

Presented on Monday, September 14, 2020

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Research Lunch and LearnThe HHD Research Lunch & Learn invites faculty from across the college to present their research and share the interesting tools, techniques, or analyses they use in their work. All HHD faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the Research Lunch & Learn to network with colleagues and hear about the exciting research in the college.

Next Research Lunch & Learn:


To Be Announced



2020-21 HHD Research LUNCH & LEARNs


Who are you and why are you here?  Building research, student, and community

relationships in the tactical/occupational environment


Dr. Robert Lockie

Associate Professor of Kinesiology

Presented Monday, December 7, 2020

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