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Bodies for Science: History of Experimentation on People of Color

The racist history of medical practices in the U.S. are the foundations for a current healthcare system wrought with inequality and fear. In this event, panelists unpack medical breakthroughs discovered through experimentation of the bodies of people of color as well as medical ethics, existing exploitation of BIPOC and impoverished communities, and proposed solutions for remedying this ongoing atrocity.

Acknowledging Racial Inequality in Medical Education

Racial inequality in medical education is an undeniable truth, and its impact has far reaching consequences which extend beyond medical school. Today, the rallying cry for the evolution of medical education is loud and clear, but how do we even begin to confront these uncomfortable truths and work towards an equitable solution? 

The answer begins with acknowledging past―and present―inequality in medical education.

College Admissions and Scholarships in a COVID-19 World

Let Kaplan and Story2 help you determine your next steps and how to make the most of the current times. We'll review how financial aid, scholarships, and essays fit into this admissions cycle and help you focus on controlling what you still can control.

First-Gen College Students - Resources to help you through COVID-19

First-generation college students face unique challenges. Get tips, advice, and resources in this free, hour-long event with a first-generation student and our experts.

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Webinar: College Admissions and Scholarships in a COVID-19 World

In our recent webinar, “College Admissions and Scholarships in a COVID-19 World”, our panel of experts hosted an insightful conversation around the changes in college admissions and financial aid as well as the importance of storytelling in scholarship essay writing.

The Equity and Access in Education Project: Learning, Unlearning, and Taking Action

Reflection on a Year as a Medical Learning Consultant: Supporting Future Physicians with Innovative and Evolving Curricula