Posts tagged: Vaccine - Diverse

For Colleges and Universities, Reopening Plans Must Meet Students’ Mental Health Needs

by Tracie Lowe, Charmaine Troy, Kimberly Walker, Althea Counts | April 14, 2021 As more people across the nation become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, colleges and universiti Read more

The Role of Experimentation and Medical Mistrust in COVID-19 Vaccine Skepticism

by Courtney J. Jones Carney | January 12, 2021
For many people in the United States, the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 [...] Read more

Why I Plan to Take the COVID Vaccine and You Should Too

by Charlie Nelms | January 4, 2021
I plan to get vaccinated because I want to live! I want to live because I still have a lot of l [...] Read more

RIT Requires Flu Vaccinations for On-Campus Students, Faculty and Staff

by | September 25, 2020
The Rochester Institute of Technology is requiring those who will be on-campus for any reason t [...] Read more

Meharry Is Enlisting Volunteers for COVID-19 Vaccine Trials, Hildreth Is Ready to Roll Up His Sleeve

by B. Denise Hawkins | July 10, 2020
When Meharry Medical College begins conducting COVID-19 vaccine trials in a few months, it will [...] Read more

HBCU Meharry Medical College Gets NIH Support to Advance COVID-19 Drug Development

by B. Denise Hawkins | May 31, 2020
The historically Black Meharry Medical College said on Friday that it will get vital research a [...] Read more

Poll: 65% of Students Would Attend In-Person Classes Even Without Vaccine

| May 14, 2020
A majority of students would attend in-person classes if colleges and universities reopened as [...] Read more

Meharry Medical College Hopes to Test COVID-19 Anti-Viral in Two Weeks

by | April 16, 2020
A scientist at Meharry Medical College, a historically Black institution, said he is two weeks [...] Read more