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Trust in Health II Conference - Resiliency, Capacity, and Trust

May 9th, 2020

Please visit our conference page for updates and details.


Data and Community Health

We offer project-based approaches to developing skills in community advocacy and data analytics for young students, undergraduates, professionals, and researchers. 

Project based learning lets everyone start from where they are and gain the skills they need.

Engaged data science lets everyone see both the limits and the power of data to answer the questions that actually matter.

Community health lets everyone start from the strengths of their community and promotes health instead of only reacting to symptoms.

  • Data Analytics in Student Hands

    Learn how patterns emerge in projects - from students and researchers - using a simulated population for Harris County that includes housing, income, employment and health data.
  • Community Health Worker Initiative

    Gain certifications and additional training and support as a Community Health Worker, an advocate for individual and community health using tools for data analysis, social networking, and project implementation and assessment.
  • Honors in Community Health

    Join our student organization where student led projects have taken on a life of their own and continue to grow and impact the places where we live.