On February 6th from 9AM-12PM, AAPD members along with Dr. Martha Forero, a clinical instructor in the Pediatric Department, will be heading to Josiah Quincy School for Lessons in a Lunchbox! The members will pass out lunchboxes containing toothbrushes and toothpaste, as well as teach the kids about the importance of oral health and proper nutritional habits.
If you would like more information about Lessons in a Lunchbox, check out their website: http://mycohi.org/index.html
During Sharewood Project dental sessions, students meet with visitors from the local community to conduct oral health/ cancer screenings, demonstrate proper oral hygiene instructions, apply fluoride varnish, and help in referrals for further dental treatment.
We will meet at 5:15 PM by the cafe near the main entrance of the hospital (ABP) and head out together on the Orange Line to the First Church in Malden.
If you are interested in signing up, please sign up here:
Join Tisch College for pizza and a free film screening of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore’s groundbreaking 2006 documentary about climate change. An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power was voted a 2017 official selection of the Sundance Film Festival. RSVP here.
Lessons In a Lunchbox provides young children with education on oral health essentials and smart foods and snacking to minimized oral disease.
Join us for our first Distinguished Speaker Event of the semester, an engaging conversation with former Vice President Al Gore about climate change, politics, and public service. Gore is most famously known for being a climate activist, as well as serving as the 45th Vice President of the United States and winning the popular vote as the democratic nominee for President in 2000. Note: large bags and backpacks will not be allowed into Cohen Auditorium. Find out more information about the event on our website here!
Tickets are required for this event! Tickets will become available for free with a Tufts ID on February 1 at the Mayer Campus Center Information Booth. You cannot enter without a ticket!
Do you want to ask Al Gore a question at the event? Submit your question at the Tisch College of Civic Life website and we will contact you directly if your question is selected. Please note that this is NOT an RSVP form; you must pick up a ticket at the Campus Center.
Looking for something to do on a Friday night? Interested in learning how to Salsa Dance? Do you want to get involved in raising money for a charity?
If you have answered yes to either of the above questions, Give Kids a Smile along with Alpha Omega are hosting a Salsa Night on Friday, February 9th from 6-9PM, in efforts to raise money for TUSDM’s 2nd annual Give Kids a Smile event. Give Kids a Smile is a national outreach program created by the ADA Foundation that serves children in need of dental care, free of charge and allows them to potentially find a dental home.
In order to raise money to be able to host this event, we are having a Salsa class taught by Tuft’s very own D’19, Alejo Lamas! The event will be in the Alumni Lounge on the 15th floor. The class costs $10 for dancing only and $15 for dancing and drinks! There will also be snacks provided for everyone. See the attached flyer for ways to sign-up. Thank you!
Please join the Massachusetts Hispanic Dental Association on February 10, 2018, for a Zumbaton to Celebrate Kid’s Months and raising money for Give Kids a Smile!
Tickets for MHDA Members & Non Members $15
Tickets may be purchased at: www.mymhda.org
For additional Information please call:(617)5102910
Delta Sigma Delta is holding their Annual Valentine’s Day Bake Sale outside of the 7th floor student lounge and Food For Thought in Sackler February 12-14! Part of the proceeds goes towards Operation Smile. Please stop by and help us support this great cause!
Job searching? Haven’t networked in awhile? Interested in learning more about employment options? Come to the 3rd Annual Career Fair. Meet with 20+ employers and learn more about DSOs, Private Practices and Community Health Centers. If you’re job searching, be sure to bring your resume! All class years are welcome to attend.