The IPRC’s Mission, Vision, and Diversity and Inclusion Statements reflect the breadth of our research expertise across multiple injury areas, our long history of engagement with the practice of injury and violence prevention, and our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness in our research, practice, and partnerships.
The mission of the Injury Prevention Research Center is to advance injury and violence prevention through interdisciplinary research and training of the next generation of injury researchers and practitioners.
The Injury Prevention Research Center conducts innovative research, training, and outreach that strengthens and disseminates the scientific base for injury and violence prevention.
UNC is an institution that is committed to providing an inclusive campus community that values and respects all members of our academic community and the many communities outside our institution. The IPRC is proud to be part of the state of North Carolina, and part of a university that has a diverse and inclusive environment that empowers the development of engaged and culturally competent global citizens. Diversity contributes to our strength, excellence and individual and institutional success.
Diversity, inclusiveness and civility are core values of the IPRC. We strive to create a work environment that is welcoming, values all individuals, and supports their development. We value diversity and inclusiveness among our staff and those we work with. These include but are not limited to:
Additional resources are available from UNC’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.