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Meleah Himber is the Community Outreach Liaison for the Center for Bioethics and Humanities. She has extensive experience in higher education, including medical school curriculum implementation, curriculum development and assessment for public
health research interventions. Meleah got her start in bioethics at the University of Pittsburgh as the Curriculum Developer on a NIH Bioethics Infrastructure grant, Building Trust Between Minorities and Researchers, for which she created and evaluated educational
programming for both
researchers and racial and ethnic communities to encourage greater collaboration and involvement in public health research with the goal of eliminating health disparities.
Her role at CBH centers on program development for several flagship programs, as well as creating an awareness of CBH and its educational and creative opportunities for all four CU campuses and the communities they serve. She also works to develop and maintain productive relationships between the Center and a variety of external groups and individuals within the local community and state of Colorado. A former middle school English Language Arts teacher and film festival organizer, she enjoys representing the humanities side of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities.
During the COVID 19 hiring chill, Meleah has also been filling in since August of 2020 as the Center's Education Coordinator, implementing required Humanities, Ethics and Professionalism small group sessions for health sciences students and helping to build the Bioethics and Humanities trail option in the new School of Medicine TREK curriculum.