Join Asian Dental Organization in improving the health literacy of Chinese seniors in the Tufts Dental neighborhood on Friday, February 22, 1-2pm at the nearby Golden Age Center (25 Essex St, Boston, MA). This visit, we will be teaching them about dental nutrition and some associated English vocabulary. All are welcome to sign up here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14kTqY1KZvizPdhTAE1sWCZMt_c-eW7OUJ06-p9h78s0/edit?usp=sharing
Email Irene Lang (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Student affairs and Career services is hosting a career fair on February 12th, from 11am-1pm! Come network with 20+ employers, learn about job opportunities, and make the first step in landing your first job out of dental school. All class years are welcome to attend. Log into Career Link to see list of employers attending.
Dentists for Humanity is excited to announce its 4th Annual Charity Gala event this year! Join us on Saturday, March 2nd from 6pm-9pm at the Hyatt Regency in Boston for a spirited evening of inspiration, community, and entertainment.
Benefits raised at this year’s gala event will go towards DFH’s new “Connect” Initiative of establishing a sustainable dental clinic at the World Grace Mission Center in the Dominican Republic. DFH aims to provide a platform to connect marginalized populations with volunteers in the dental field. Your contributions will directly impact DFH’s ability to help underserved children and adults in need of dental care in some of the most impoverished places in the world. Enjoy this opportunity to build friendships and mentorships among dental students and practitioners from Tufts, Harvard, BU, and beyond. Come speak with fellow global outreach leaders and learn more about how to be involved with DFH in upcoming mission trips. We hope to see you there!
To register for the event or donate, please click here: https://lnkd.in/e4tChnS
To learn more about Dentists for Humanity, please click here: https://lnkd.in/egpbd7d
After grabbing some free swag from dental industry leaders at the Yankee Dental Congress, students headed to the annual ASDA District 1 student debate, where students from the 5 district one schools debated current hot topics in dentistry. Representing Tufts and bring home the 1st place trophy were Arjun Gupta (D21) and Sho Taniguchi (D21)! Some of the topics debated were the use of real life patients in the dental licensure exam and the pros/cons of growing DSO culture. Congratulations Arjun and Sho!
A Call to All students, faculty, staff and TUSDM
contractors who take great photos! Help Transform TUSDM into a more beautiful and
Immortalize your time at TUSDM by participating in Fresh Art: Art in the Operatories
a step toward making creativity and art part of TUSDM’s culture of care, this Call for Photographs seeks to
highlight the hidden talents of those who work and study Tufts while
beautifying the operatories. Fresh Art will feature up to 200 selected
photographs. Great photographs on the walls of the operatories will offer a
positive distraction for patients, allowing them to focus on something other
than plain walls.
Continue reading Immortalize your time at TUSDM by participating in Fresh Art: Art in the Operatories
We would like to make you aware of an outside scholarship opportunity through the New England Hellenic Medical and Dental Society for medical and dental students of Greek descent.
The application and eligibility criteria can be found here or you can visit the NEHMDS’ website and click to apply for a new scholarship.
The scholarship application deadline is on March 1st, 2019.
Tisch will be hosting its Distinguished Speaker Series events with former Chair of the Democratic National Committee Donna Brazile, former Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ), and interfaith leader Eboo Patel. Our Civic Life Lunch program and pop-up series will bring to campus Snapchat’s public policy guru Sofia Gross, professor and author of The Turnout Gap Bernard Fraga, Speaker of New York’s City Council Corey Johnson, Executive Director of Engineers Without Borders Cathy Leslie, documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, Boston’s Artist-in-Residence Steve Locke, and more. You can find additional information and relevant links for the spring programming below.
Continue reading Tisch Colleges’ fantastic speaker lineup for the spring semester!
On Friday, January 25, Vendita Correia (D20), Kelsey Bjornson (D22), Miranda Boynton (D22), Kathryn Sierra (D22), and Haley Jane Sicard (D22) spent their morning volunteering at Brockton Area ARC. There they were able to provide head and neck exams, oral screenings, OHI, and applied fluoride varnish to teeth of patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The TUSDM students described their experience as both humbling and rewarding. They would like to thank AADMD for the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills that they work each day to develop in order to provide the best patient care possible.
We had a cozy group of ten students help at a food bank at Community Servings, which serves nutrition meals to the greater Boston area. While there, we helped organize salads, and even got to bake cookies on a large scale — definitely a new experience seeing all those big machines. We learned a ton about the behind-the-scenes work that is so essential to all the good we do out in the field.
D22 Volunteers: James Cruz, Revana Awadallah, Elizabeth Banister, Sarina Shafiyan-Rad, Austin Jacob, Janki Shingala, Jesus Vivar, Laimarie Alas-Dorsey, Mehtab Manji, Ozair Ferozuddin
Revana Awadallah (D22) reflects: “Community Servings was a wonderful way to bond with my classmates outside of school in a way where we were able help people who need it the most. Definitely going back soon!”
Elizabeth Banister (D22) reflects: “I had so much fun volunteering with my classmates at Community Servings, that I forgot I was volunteering. I’m grateful that I got to be part of the work this organization is doing for the community.”
Sarina Shafiyan-Rad (D22) reflects: “After having nutrition last semester, we all know how important a patient’s nutrition is to their overall health. It was amazing to support an organization that puts so much emphasis on a public health issue that’s unfortunately often overlooked.”
Heather Smith (D20) reflects: “It was great doing hands-on service projects to help make a difference in the lives of others! This MLK day we made fleece scarves and blankets for homeless children and adults, and Valentines for elders and veterans at the 9th Annual Cambridge Day of Service organized by Many Helping Hands 365.”