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Women in Leadership Spring 2017 Forum Event

The Women in Leadership Initiative will be hosting our Spring 2017 Event that focuses on Female Leaders in the Clinic Setting. We are inviting all D18 & D19 women to attend our seminar on leadership in the clinic.

This event is unique in that it is student-run and that we will be showcasing D17 female students on a panel who are leaders in clinic today. Following the panel, we will continue the discussion centered around scenarios that women may face in clinic. There will also be time for connecting with other students and faculty after the panel and round table discussions.

Please join us on April 27, 2017 from 4:30 – 7:00 pm in Sackler 114 (dinner will be provided). RSVP HERE! The deadline to register is April 24, 2017 at 5:00 pm, so sign up now!

DC Bulletin Board Spotlight: AADMD!

American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) has taken over the 7th floor bulletin board! Throughout the month of March, check out the board by the student lounge to learn more about the group and the population it serves! Learn about the many service opportunities and great lectures offered by AADMD and check out interesting facts about those with intellectual and developmental disabilities and how we can better care for them as dental health professionals.

AADMD would like to highlight a special national event called End the R Word that happens every March. Spread the Word to End the Word is an ongoing effort by Special Olympics, Best Buddies, and their supporters to inspire respect and acceptance through raising the consciousness of society about the R-word and how hurtful words and disrespect can be toward people with intellectual disabilities.

Respectful and inclusive language is essential to the movement for the dignity and humanity of people with intellectual disabilities. However, much of society does not recognize the hurtful, dehumanizing and exclusive effects of the R-word.

The word retard (ed) hurts millions of people with intellectual disabilities, their families and friends.

Language affects attitudes. Attitudes impact actions.

Go online and make your pledge for #Respect today at!

DC Bulletin Board Spotlight: AAWD and SNDA

American Association of Women Dentists (AAWD) and Student National Dental Association (SNDA) have taken over the 7th floor bulletin boards! Throughout the month of February, check it the boards by the mailboxes and by the student lounge to learn more about AAWD and SNDA !

Interested in promoting your student organization? There are still some months available, so sign up HERE today!

Tufts Crowdfunding

Tufts recently launched its own crowdfunding platform for student, faculty, and staff projects ( Like Kickstarter, this tool allows users to create a project, set a goal, and raise funds to reach their goal. Kickstarter and similar platforms take a cut of the money raised, Tufts Crowdfunding does not. The Tufts Crowdfunding team is accepting applications for the first wave of projects now through Feb. 20. If appropriate, please promote the new Tufts Crowdfunding platform to students, faculty, groups, and organizations that raise money for projects from club t-shirts to new crew boats to research funding.

Attached are two GIFs that Tufts University and Tufts Alumni social media channels will be using to promote Tufts Crowdfunding. Below is some sample messaging, but please feel free to create messaging and imagery that makes the most sense to your audience.

Questions: Contact, Digital Content Specialist, Communications and Marketing | Tufts University

Tufts ASDA Newsletter: Impressions Winter 2017

The ASDA Newsletter Committee is proud to introduce the winter edition of Impressions! This issue focuses on “Self-Care in the Midst of a Busy Semester”.

Dental Central is happy to house a digital version of the newsletter for your ease of access: Impressions Winter 2017

Don’t miss highlights like personal stories, ASDA spotlights, and healthy recipes to keep you on top of your New Year’s resolutions!

3rd Annual ADEA Curriculum Hack-a-Thon Coming Soon

ADEA is hosting their 3rd Annual New England Curriculum Hack-a-thon on February 18th at 9-430pm in Rachel’s Amphitheater!
We are expecting participants (students and faculty/deans) from various dental schools in the New England area!  We are very fortunate to be having Dr. Richard Valachovic (President and CEO of the American Dental Education Association) attend the event as our keynote speaker.  Both faculty and students are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
To participate, you must sign up here:
Dental students will collaborate in group competitions, take the role of a faculty for a day and face the challenge of creating their own dental school curriculum. Co-sponsored by Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, & Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine.