Since the onset of the pandemic, politicians, Hollywood actors, and ordinary citizens alike have reminded us that “We are all in this together”. The statement is meant to calm fears and reinforce the idea that a united front is better than our individual desires—a kind of gestalt moment when we aim to see the whole and not simply the parts. Despite the strength of this statement, any observer would also have to take note that we have all been in this differently as well, not in the past two months alone but over generations.
The Bland Fellows program supports interdisciplinary faculty research that aims to improve the lives of men and boys of color and their families.Read More
The Child Advocacy and Welfare project works to train and connect future nurses, social workers, pediatricians, teachers, and lawyers to better serve the “whole child.”Read More
The LGBTQ Simulation project aims to address health disparities related experienced by LGBTQ youth through the targeted training of future nurses and counselors.Read More
This project works to expand and improve quality early childhood experiences for all young children in Philadelphia, especially those exposed to factors that threaten well-being and early school success.Read More
The integrated project team is working with partners from the Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia and The Attic Youth Center, a support community for LGBTQ youth, to examine courses, propose content changes, and create new courses that reflect new understandings of gender and sexuality.Read More
The project team at is developing a model for inter-professional clinical and field learning at a Kensington public high school for counselors and social workers in training, nursing interns, and student teachers.Read More