The Dental Central bulletin boards on the 7th floor are available to highlight student group’s voice, vision and activities! Use photos and narratives—its a great way to highlight your goals and is a great way to inspire students to get involved. Show your community service activities…or provide education on an issue important to the TUSDM community. Some groups pick a month that has particular significance to the meaning of their club (i.e. LGBTQA often chooses May in advance of Gay Pride; AAWD often chooses March – the month of International Women’s Day.)
Reserve a Bulletin Board on the 7th floor near Merritt and the Student Lounge: Check out this link to sign up your student organization and get a month of the Bulletin Board spotlight!
FutureDDS recently had the opportunity to be the keynote speaker at ADEA’s 2019 GoDental Fair. “It was great being able to inform future dental students about some of the rumors we had heard before starting dental school, and then explaining to them if those rumors were true or false.” Check out the video and let us know what you think!
Forget the at-home movie nights and cramped-couch sitting this summer (Netflix will still be there when you get home). Switch up your film-viewing experience by taking your family out to one of these free movie screenings in Boston. It’s a chance to sprawl out on the grass, pack some movie munchies (and maybe a can or two of bug spray) and hopefully get some giggles in. Here’s where you can watch free movies, in the great outdoors, all summer long!
Dr. Karin Arsenault is looking for dental students to work
with her to start a geriatric club. Spend time volunteering with diverse groups
of older adults in the Boston area. Gains knowledge and skills to engage with
the elderly. Learn about the complexities of aging and the multifactorial
challenges to accessing oral health care for this vulnerable population.
Teach the importance of good oral self-care in
maintain good general health in assisted living facilities and senior centers
Experience a “Memory Café”, a place that
welcomes people with different stages of dementia and their caregivers.
Write articles for the Senior Age Strong City of
Design print material, flyers, pamphlets, and
Over 60 people came down to the 2nd floor to toast the art and success of the Fresh Art Project! Participants climbed the stairs and viewed the beautiful photographs and asked when we could do this again. Dr. Hanlon thanked The Dean for his commitment to the project and Nancy Marks for making it all happen. Want to know whose art is where?
The annual Boston Pride Parade took place this past weekend, with a central theme of Looking Back, Loving Forward. The parade combined the recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising with a hopeful message of love and strength, as many rights still require conquest. Many members of the Tufts community joined together in the march. Enjoy more pictures by clicking below!
On May 23, 2019 students and faculty volunteered at Early Learning Center in Malden for Career Day. Approximately 140-150 students aged 3-5 years old came by the table with their teachers. Each student and teacher received a goodie bag filled a toothpaste, a toothbrush and a sticker. Educational reading materials and brochures were given to teachers to distribute in each student’s cubby.
Connie Lau reflects: “It was very rewarding for me to see teachers and students raising their hand to ask questions regarding dentistry, and if our pediatric department would see children with special needs. I would like to shout out to Dr. Forero for her support and guidance to make this event fun for the kids, and Dr. Sprott, pediatric resident, for volunteer her time talking to the kids and the teachers about what pediatric dentist do.”
For the second year in a row, Floating Hospital for Children has once again been selected as an affiliated charity for the Rodman Ride for Kids on Saturday, September 21. We hope you will consider joining the Floating Hospital for Children team for a 25 or 50-mile non-competitive ride or as a virtual rider (no cycling involved) and fundraise on behalf of Floating Hospital. All participants are invited to attend a fun and family-friendly, post-ride BBQ.
100% of funds raised will benefit Floating Hospital for Children.
Participants who raise a minimum of $1,500 will have the opportunity to designate their funds raised to a pediatric department of their choice.