Student Groups

The D.R.E.A.M. Office supports several campus groups including DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, Equity), the Asian & Pacific Islander (API) Women’s Circle, and Multicultural Health in Action. Contact us at sphdiversity@berkeley.edu if you’re interested in getting involved with one of these groups or attending one of their events. You can stay up-to-date on all of our student happenings by following the D.R.E.A.M. Office on Facebook and Instagram.

DICE

Who We Are

An action-oriented committee composed of students, faculty, alumni, and staff that works to promote Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity at the School of Public Health.

What We Do

We work together to take meaningful, intentional action to create a more diverse and inclusive environment for SPH students, faculty, alumni, and staff.

We currently focus our creative, practical actions on:

  • Inspiring and engaging SPH community members at all levels
  • Encouraging accountability with open communication
  • Building a strong infrastructure to support positive school climate

Ways to Get Involved

Everyone is welcome at our meetings. We currently have several workgroups (communications, townhalls/trainings/events) and active projects (climate survey, curriculum innovation, course evaluations) and a monthly strategy meeting that is always open to new members.  

API Women’s Circle

The Asian & Pacific Islander (API) Women’s Circle aims to provide a unique space for women to meet, connect over shared experiences, and develop strong support during graduate school. Our long-term vision is to develop a strong professional network that extends beyond our graduate experiences and that advances culturally humble/responsive and equitable public health practice to serve unique needs of diverse communities, including API communities. Visit the Asian and Pacific Islander Women' s Circle website.

Multicultural Health in Action

Multicultural Health in Action (MHIA) is a student-run group focused on the professional and leadership development of Public Health students through the integration of learning and practice. MHIA offers students the opportunity to engage in meaningful service and actively participate in community partner initiatives that seek to address the needs of disadvantaged populations in the East Bay by providing health education sessions and academic support.