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Diversity and Inclusion Welcomes New Assistant Deans
Robert Granadier, M.D., Thomas Guerrero, M.D. and Dawn Jung,
M.D. join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion as assistant deans who
will continue to support OUWB's vision and mission for cultural
Their strong commitment to cultural awareness and interest
in mentoring medical students, positions them for a successful start in
their new roles. Their responsibilities include upholding the values,
behaviors, attitudes, and practices that enable individuals to work
“They are on mission to honor and respect the beliefs,
language, interpersonal styles and behaviors of individuals and families
receiving services, as well as staff who are providing such services,”
says Linda Gillum, associate dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs. “We
welcome the new team as they continue to lead the dynamic, ongoing and
developmental Diversity and Inclusion team.”
Learn more about each of them here.
An Inclusive Medical Learning Community
The Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
facilitates and promotes its diverse and inclusive medical learning
community through pipeline programs, student support and interest
groups, educational programs and community outreach events.
We are mindful of our mission to serve our community by addressing health care disparities locally and nationally.
In our Diversity & Inclusion logo, the capital letter "I"
links Diversity and Inclusion to remind us that everyone at Oakland
University William Beaumont School of Medicine is responsible for
sustaining and promoting our culture.
Everyone should believe that I - I personally - am
responsible for a culture that values diversity as a strategy for
achieving excellence and culture that embraces everyone in our medical
|Diversity and Inclusion Spotlight
Bioengineering & Biomedical Sciences Summer Program
Julie Blossom interned with the Diversity and Inclusion team at OUWB and worked with the Bioengineering & Biomedical Sciences Summer Program. She served as a program coordinator and executed events as well as implemented curriculum and led classroom activities.