UNE ASDA is hosting their annual Miles for Smiles 5K on September 23rd at 9am, with an Post-race gathering at Urban Farm Fermentory brewery at 11am. All proceeds will benefit ‘From the First Tooth’ which is a charity that is working on increasing oral health resources available in pediatric physician offices. The cost is $25. If you need to spend the night before, UNE students can make accommodations for you as well. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to make accommodation arrangements ASAP.
Click here for the registration link!
The Asian Dental Organization (ADO)
is hosting our WELCOME BACK SOCIAL on Friday, September 21
from 4-6pm in Room 773 (in the dental building)
. They’ll have board games and Asian snacks! It’s a great way to meet other members, hear about what we are planning for this year, and learn about what e-board positions are available!
Also, we’ll be collecting our annual dues. Please either bring $10 cash or Venmo @trishdang.
($10 goes towards help sessions, social events, etc…It’s a great investment.
You also don’t have to be Asian to join!)
has had so much fun hosting Pizza with the People
this year with some phenomenal guests! So far we’ve had lunch with the staff of central sterilization, the dispensaries, and janitorial services! Did you know that there is an overnight shift for the janitorial staff that cleans our school from 10pm to 7am, before we all arrive in the morning? These fantastic people work so hard for all of us here at Tufts and being able to show our appreciation for them has been great. We’re looking forward to having many more lunches with awesome departments from Tufts Dental this year!
If you are interested in joining us for Pizza with the People, don’t forget to sign up to be a member of AO this year and follow us on Instagram at @TuftsAlphaOmega!
Smile Squad is participating at the yearly Tufts Community Day on Sunday, September 30th from 10:30 am to 3:15 pm. We are looking for volunteers who are interested in giving OHI and sharing the importance of dental care to children and their families.
Many community organizations and Tufts student groups will be present at the event. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Click here to learn more about Tufts Community day:
There are two shifts available: 10:30 am – 1:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 3:15 pm. If you would like to stay for the entire time, you are more than welcome to! If you are interested, please follow the link to sign up by September 24th:
Join Dr. Pastan, Katie Dunn TUSDM’s Team Yogis at Vinyasa with a View at 9OFS, a rooftop garden in the heart of Boston. The event takes place on Tuesday, September 25th at 5pm. Over the years, the team of students, faculty and staff have had wonderful experiences participating in this event. For the past two years, TUSDM Yogis were the second highest fundraising team!
To join the team or make a tax deductible donation to the American Cancer Society and go to:
Questions? Please contact Dr. Pastan at email@example.com
Team Smile is a foundation based out of the Mid West. Its mission is to join sports teams and oral health professionals together to provide dental care to children. Colgate Palmolive is one of the sponsors TISDM was asked to participate. 18 student spots were available for our students to become assistants.
On Friday, August 31 for the first time, Team Smile made its way to Boston MA. The venue: Fenway Park. Lots of festivities including a DJ, face painting, hand held radiography, hygiene stations, triage stations. Wally showed up. Little kids, our students and a few faculty members tried their hand at hip hop! Upstairs in the Red Sox Suite Rooms, restorative treatment took place. So now we know how a fancy VIP room can be turned into a dental operatory with a fantastic view of the ball field!
Somewhere around 200 middle graders from PIPP School Boston attended!
Tufts students and faculty had a very nice time doing some good for the little kids in Boston and are excited to hear that most likely plans are in the works for Team Smile to return next year.
The South Asian Medical and Dental Association will be POSTPONING its first general body meeting until Friday, September 7th from Noon-1PM in room 773.
Everyone is welcome to attend and hear about this years upcoming events as well as meet other members. Bring anyone who is interested! Lunch will be provided.
Attention D22s! If you are interested in becoming the SAMDA D22 representative, please attend the general body meeting to learn more!
Dean Huw F. Thomas’ 150th Anniversary Lunch and Learn Series presents:
Dr. Yu, Yau-Hua
“Women’s Health and Periodontitis”
Thursday, August 30th at 12pm
Rachel’s Amphitheater – 1414
“Precision Medicine in oral health has yet to happen! In this presentation, Dr. Yu will overview her research path and focus on her recent NIH K23 award aiming at exploring genomic determinants of periodontal disease. Her study was primarily conducted in the Women’s Health Study at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.”
RSVP WITH JEFF MURAT
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
If you found your stomachs growling last Tuesday, it might have been from the amazing smells of the array of foods being offered by members of a number of the cultural student groups on campus to welcome the incoming D22 class. Members of the Italian Club, SAMDA, ADO, PASDAD, NEHMDS, KADA, MEDS, LGBTA+, HDA, and SNDA dished out a variety of food ranging from banh mi to baklava in celebration of the cultural diversity at TUSDM. Many thanks to all those who participated joined in and to the Student Affairs office for organizing the annual outdoor multicultural fair!