This past weekend, ASD hosted a Sports Mouthguard Fabrication Workshop for 20 ASD members. Dr. Bill Devaney demonstrated the fabrication of the sports mouthguard and students were able to learn the ins and outs of the technique and make a mouthguard for themselves! Check out photos from the event on DC and be on the lookout for upcoming ASD events. Huge shoutout to Dr. Devaney for all his help!
Want to be part of TUSDM’s first-ever DentalFest challenge?
Please join us in Merritt Auditorium on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 12:00pm-1:00pm for a Lunch & Learn entitled “What is DentalFest?” This presentation is an informational session about an exciting event (called DentalFest) that is unique to TUSDM, will be held for the first time this year, and is open to YOU. In brief, students who attend DentalFest will compete in fun and educational dental-related challenges for prizes; it will also include a raffle with all proceeds benefiting TUSDM outreach programs. Please join us at the Lunch & Learn for additional details, including how to sign up for the event!
Please RSVP for the Lunch & Learn by emailing Jeff Murat at Jeff.Murat@tufts.edu. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Student Affairs.
The Student Hispanic Dental Association will be starting our yearly Spanish Terminology Course next week!! It will cover basic Spanish terminology to start, then dental terminology that we can use every day in the clinic, in practice, and on international trips to properly communicate to our Spanish speaking patients. The class will consist of a brief lecture and break out practice sessions with your peers for an interactive experience. Each class will take place from 12-1 PM (please refer to flyer for dates)Continue reading HDA Presents: Spanish Terminology Course
Join the Tufts Dental LGBTQA organization at the FIRST EVENT of their PRE-PRIDE Event Series, “Queer Eye” Viewing Party, this Friday, 5/17 from 5:30-7:00PM in Rachel’s Auditorium (1414)! Which member of Netflix’s Fab 5 is your favorite? Let’s celebrate our best selves as we appreciate the fun and “fabulousness” that resides in all of us! Food will provided as we watch one of Netflix’s best series, Queer Eye.
The Tufts Faculty and Staff Pride Caucus (Tufts Pride) would like to invite students, faculty, and staff to march in the 2019 Boston Pride Parade. Family and plus ones are welcome.
This year’s theme is “Looking Back. Loving Forward.” The theme honors the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and the parade is on track to break records as Boston’s biggest Pride Parade yet!
- When: Saturday, June 8, 2019
- What: 2.27 mile parade route, rain or shine (or snow)!
- Where: Copley Square to Boston Pride Festival at City Hall Plaza
ASD would like to give a HUGE shoutout to Dr. Amato for leading a Lunch and Learn on April 24th, where he spoke on what it was like to be the official dentist of the Boston Bruins! ASD members were able to hear about his time with the team, what it means to be a sports dentist, and more about sports dentistry as a field. Check out Dr. Amato’s 2011 Stanley Cup Championship ring!
Join the Tufts Dental LGBTQA at their FINAL general body meeting of the year this Friday, 5/10 from 12-1 in Sackler 502. Lunch will be provided. They will share all the fun to come during their Pre-Pride Event Series, plan for upcoming elections, discuss suggestions for next year, and more! Also, don’t forget to check out their May Dental Central board for more information about the organization and the LGBT community.
Tufts ASDA, Tuft ADEA and the TUSDM office of admissions hosted the annual Pre-Dental day at Tufts on Sunday April 28th. Pre-dental day is a full day event where those interested in the dental field are able to expand their knowledge about what lies ahead on the dental career path.
During the day students were provided with information about the application process, given an admissions presentation by our very own Gillian Anzivino, learn about life in dental school, and engage in pre-clinical laboratory activities such as wax-ups and composite. In addition, attendees were able to take part in smaller break out sessions, where they got to ask student panels about application building, DAT prep, life at Tufts, and mock interviews. Visitors were able to interact with students throughout the day and get to see the Tufts Dental facilities up close. It was a successful event with over 70 pre-dental visitors, and both volunteers and attendees had an amazing time together! Till next year’s event, Go Jumbos!
The Tufts University Wellness Center, with Tufts Human Resources sponsorship, is pleased to offer you a 6-week step challenge, Jumbo Steps, beginning on Monday, May 13, 2019.
The challenge involves logging 420,000 steps over the course of the program. Your goal is to complete an average of 10,000 steps a day.
You may join the challenge as an individual (team of one) or a group (team of up to 5 participants). Throughout the challenge, there will be numerous opportunities to earn bonus steps.
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To sign up for the challenge, log in to the Marathon eHealth Portal and click on the Jumbo Steps link under the Wellness section. You can also follow these instructions.
Recognition for your activity!Be sure to fill out the publicity release form at this link so we can announce your name if you win this challenge.
Contact The Wellness Center at 617-627-0467 or review answers to Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
The Tufts Social Justice Literacy and Advocacy Club is collaborating with the Tufts University School of Medicine students for the following:
On Saturday, May 11th, 2019 at Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM), the Boston Student Health Activist Community (BSHAC) is presenting Rethinking Advocacy in Medicine, a conference that will present the diverse ways advocacy manifests in the lives of patients, providers, and communities, and why there is a need for interdisciplinary partnership across the advocacy spectrum from the individual level to system-wide. The goal of this conference is to inspire, equip, and connect a broader audience of students to health advocacy throughout Boston.Continue reading Rethinking Advocacy in Medicine Conference!