The Center for Racial and Ethnic Equity in Health and Society
Become a CREEHS Faculty Associate
Evidence of a scholarly research program or the potential to build such a research program in racial-ethnic health equity, social or educational policy and social determinants of health-related issues; and
Consistent past, current and/or anticipated success in obtaining grant and contract research that aligns with CREEHS core research areas.
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Access to interdisciplinary collaborative teams to strengthen grant applications;
Mentorship and support from CREEHS colleagues;
assistance with brainstorming new grant ideas from experienced and funded researchers;
Regular updates on grant opportunities tailored to the center’s core research areas;
Become a CREEHS Affiliate
Affiliate appointments are made by the CREEHS leadership for the length of a grant or for a maximum of three years; the term is renewable. As is the case with Faculty Associates, all Affiliates must demonstrate expertise in racial-ethnic health equity, social or educational policy and social determinants of health-related research or an interest in developing a line of research with a substantial focus on racial-ethnic health equity component.
Faculty Affiliates have an appointment at the University of North Texas or another academic institution, research or government institution and may be non-tenure-track or post-doctoral fellows.
Student Affiliates are doctoral, master’s and undergraduate students at the University of North Texas who have research or professional interests in racial-ethnic health equity, social or educational policy and social determinants of health-related topics. Student Affiliates will receive mentorship from faculty associates and affiliates with CREEHS and are expected to participate in on-going research efforts facilitated at CREEHS.
Access to core services by Faculty Affiliates is based on demonstrated need for developing or engaging in collaborative research with a CREEHS Faculty Associate.