Black History Month; All of Us Journey; and Upcoming NNLM events

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Black History Month with All of Us

This Black History Month we’re celebrating the wonderful diversity within the Black community. We’re all different, and health research should reflect that. #JoinAllofUs to learn how sharing your health journey could shape the future of medicine.

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Black History Month

Thanks for visiting us at JCLC!

Staff from the NAPC had a great time meeting people at the Joint Conference of Librarians of Color! Thank you to organizers and attendees for a wonderful learning experience.


Visit the All of Us Journey

Come aboard this traveling educational exhibit to learn how you can help shape the future of health for yourself, your family, your community, and generations to come.

The Journey features interactive activities, videos, games, quizzes, and more—all designed to demonstrate the power of your participation in health research. You can even enroll in the All of Us Research Program during your visit.

You can visit the All of Us Journey at the following locations and dates:

  • February 13-17: University of Texas El Paso 500 W University Ave El Paso, TX 79968; 10AM-4PM
  • March 6-8: Consulado de Mexico en Calexico 408 Heber Ave Calexico, CA 92231; 8AM-2PM
  • March 6-10: Charleston Hispanic Association 2176 Savannah HWY Suite Charleston, SC 29414; 10AM-4PM
  • March 6-10: UT Health RGV Brownsville 780 Ringgold Road Brownsville, TX 78520; 10AM-6PM
  • March 9: El Centro Adult Center 385 S 1st St El Centro, CA 92231; 9AM-3PM
  • March 10: El Centro Adult Center 385 S 1st St El Centro, CA 92231; 12PM-6PM
  • March 13-17: Brownsville Community Health Center 191 East Price Road Brownsville, TX 78521; 8AM-3PM
  • March 13-17: Community Resource Center North Charleston 3947 Whipperbarony Lane North Charleston, SC 29405; 10AM-4PM
The All of Us Journey Schedule

Journey Bus

Applications Open: 2023 NIH All of Us Research Scholar Program High School Working Group

The NIH All of Us Research Scholar Program (RSP) is an annual offering of professional development workshops and a complementary curriculum. It champions student researchers from underrepresented communities, fostering a network of peers and mentors, in an effort to increase diversity in the biomedical workforce. This eight-month program provides mentorship, training, and hands-on experience as it supports students in a health research project. The diverse dataset available on the All of Us Research Hub is a key component of the RSP, and scholars will use the platform to research, design, and display a poster presentation on their findings at the annual NIH All of Us Researchers Convention.

In an effort to continue to expand the researcher pipeline, we would like to provide High school students an opportunity to apply for the Research Scholar Program (RSP). Building on the success of 2022 MSRS and in preparation for RSP 2024, we aim to build out a high school track for 2024. The High School Working Group will support this goal.

Working Group Aim: The primary focus of this working group is to provide guidance on the strategy and resources needed to engage with high school students and teachers in participating in research. Agenda items will include but will not be limited to outreach to high schools, research capabilities of faculty and students, programs targeted to high school students, RSP curriculum development and development of support services.

Learn More and Apply

Keep up to date with all NNLM All of Us Program Center Digests and Special Bulletins. Newsletters are published bimonthly. View the complete issue listing for content that you may have initially missed.

This page was last updated on: 04/07/23 13:43