Online Presentations and Discussions
Diversity and Community Relations
PCOM's Office of Diversity routinely hosts online presentations, lectures and discussions
on race, equality, social justice and similar topics.
Something to Talk About - Race in America
PCOM faculty and staff discuss the complexity of race and social justice in the United
Racial Trauma and PTSD
Panelists include Ramona Palmerio-Roberts, PsyD, Clinical Associate Professor, Psychology
and Lisa Corbin, LPC, NCC, Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling.
Something to Talk About - COVID-19
PCOM faculty, staff, students and community partners explore the impact of COVID-19
on marginalized communities and at-risk groups.
The Vulnerability of Rural Communities and Challenges for the Muslim Community
The Vulnerability of African Americans and Experiences of Asian Americans During the
Panelists include Valerie Cadet, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology and Forensic Medicine; Xinyu (Eric) Wang, PhD, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences; and Anne Belocura, MS, Biomedical
Sciences, Class of 2020.
The Impact of Stay At Home Orders on Domestic Violence
Panelists include Valerie Cadet, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology and Forensic Medicine;
Haley Clark, Executive Director, Colquitt Serenity House Project; and Alina Torres-Zickler,
Equity and Title IX Coordinator.