U-M Michigan Minds Podcast Features CEW+ Director Tiffany Marra
Navigating Circumstantial Barriers Through U-M’s Center For The Education Of Women+
This special series of Michigan Minds features University of Michigan faculty leading research on the role of public policy in improving population health and reducing social disparities in health, the history of Black girlhood and the history of Black motherhood during the 19th century, and supporting the needs of women and underserved individuals.
Director of the U-M Center for the Education of Women+ (CEW+), Tiffany Marra, PhD, joins Michigan Minds in this episode to discuss creating systemic change to diversify enrollment, how CEW+ supports the U-M community, and shares stories to explore during Women’s History Month. Marra ensures that the Center is addressing the needs of women and underserved individuals at U-M and in the community through career and education counseling, funding, workshops, events, and a diverse, welcoming community.
“We know the people who have been publicized, whose stories are broadly told, but there are often hidden stories behind that and that too is really interesting.”