30th Annual
Minority Health



Conference Sponsors Welcome!

We would like to invite you to help sponsor the 30th Annual Minority Health Conference

Racial and ethnic minorities and others who have historically been social excluded continue to suffer a heavier burden of illness, disability, and early death due to health disparities. The current financial crisis makes this year’s conference even more imperative, as financial hardships affect minorities disproportionately.

Producing a conference of this magnitude requires substantial financial resources, in this case approximately $60,000 plus the time and effort of a large number of volunteers. Support through financial contributions enables us to assemble some of the leading minds on this timely topic, host a national forum via an interactive satellite and Internet broadcast, and facilitate discussion among current and future working professionals.

We are aware that individuals, organizations, and institutions of all kinds are affected by the economic downturn. We welcome donations of all sizes and appreciate all contributions. Please see the sponsorship categories for additional information.

Please send checks/money orders payable to the Minority Student Caucus. It is very important that you write Minority Health Conference in the memo section. Checks can be mailed to:

Minority Health Conference
c/o Student Affairs Office
263 Rosenau Hall
Campus Box 7400
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7400.

If you have questions about donating to the conference, please contact Katie Wehr or Menaka Mohan, Fundraising Co-Chairs, c/o Minority_Health@unc.edu.

More Links

Conference home page
About the Annual Minority Health Conference
Minority Student Caucus
About Dean William T. Small, Jr.
Minority health-related links at UNC and elsewhere
Minority Health Project

Office of Continuing Education | North Carolina Institute for Public Health
Campus Box 8165 | UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health | Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Phone 919-966-4032 | Fax 919-966-5692 | E-mail oce@unc.edu

Last updated: 12/16,21/2008 by Vic Schoenbach