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The Office of Health Equity and Inclusion at University of Michigan School of Nursing strives to provide health equity education and academic support to work towards improving student outcomes, cultivating collective cultural consciousness, and encouraging inclusive teaching practices. 

Any questions regarding workshop offerings please email EPIC Pathways Program Coordinators Lindsay Sexton ( and Emily Herzog (

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State Rep. Jason Morgan is serving his first term representing the 23rd House District, which comprises Ann Arbor, the city of South Lyon, Superior Township, Salem Township, and parts of Plymouth, Northville, Lyon, and Ann Arbor Townships.

Rep. Morgan’s passion is serving the community, with a particular focus on addressing economic and social inequality, LGBTQ rights, access to quality public education, transportation, mental health and criminal justice diversion. He brings these passions with him to Lansing as he serves his district.

He will be speaking about housing insecurity and inequality in Ann Arbor and the consequential health effects on residents. He will also share more about the political process so that we might impact change as nurses, future nurses, and nursing educators.

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