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Where: Merritt Auditorium 
When: Thursday, March 28th, 2019
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Join the Massachusetts Dental Society, American Dental Association, and EDIC for lunch as you learn more about your complimentary membership! Senior dental students who complete the online application will receive a graduation gift bag, complete with the ADA Dental Drug handbook

How to Join? 

  1. Complete the online application today! This takes approximately one minute. — You will need your ADA number or the email address (hint—it’s the email you receive ADA Morning Huddle and other updates) to login.
  2. After you apply online, save and show your confirmation email at Signing Day to receive your graduation gift bag. 

Converting Your Membership Comes With Perks

  • Complimentary membership for the remainder of 2019 & 2020
  • Automatic enrollment in the graduated dues discount program. Receive 75% discount off your dues in 2021, 50% off dues in 2022 and 25% discount off in 2023.

 PLUS! If 95% of the class signs, the class of 2019 will receive $500 to their class funds.

Support Team Tufts Ruck

On April 14th, Tarlan Sedaghat (D22) from LGBTQA will be joining Tufts Tough Ruck team on a 26.2 mile walk in honor of our fallen veterans. The food they’ll be carrying during the walk will be donated to the New England Center and Home for Veterans, and the money they’re hoping to raise with your help will provide much needed support to veteran families.

Together they are also hoping to raise awareness for a new project called Service With a Smile. This project is aimed to allow volunteer dental students provide dental services to veterans in Boston.

Here’s the link, where you can also read more info about the event:

D22s Honor the Donors to the Clinical Anatomy Labs

On March 1, the Class of 2022 and members of the dental and medical communities came together in Jaharis Auditorium for a moving ceremony in tribute to the donors to the clinical anatomy labs and to express gratitude to their families. In the presence of more than 200 people, Dr. Paul Kwan, Course Director of the Anatomy Labs and Associate Professor of Medical Education at Tufts University School of Medicine, opened the Service by honoring and paying respects to those who donated their bodies in service to science and health professional education.

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The Peace MVP Awards with Special Guest David Hogg of March For Our Lives

Thursday, March 28th | 7 PM | Temple Beth Elohim, 10 Bethel Rd, Wellesley, MA 

The Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence presents their Fourth Annual Peace MVP Awards ceremony featuring special guest David Hogg. Join them for an inspiring evening as they honor the amazing work of MA teen leaders for their courageous advocacy and action to reduce gun violence. Registration is required.
Register today at Eventbrite. Students FREE.


Smile squad is participating at an event on Saturday March 30th from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm at the Boston Children’s Museum. We are looking for volunteers who are interested in giving OHI and sharing the importance of dental care to children and their families at the museum.

The Museum is only one stop from Downtown Crossing on the RED line and is only 10 minute drive from the school!

Sign up here:

Upcoming Symposium: Participatory Action Research as Civic Studies

Friday, April 12, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Dowling Hall 745A

This symposium is intended to illustrate the connections between Civic Studies as a discipline and participatory action research (PAR) as a cyclical process of knowledge creation with, by, and for specific communities. The event convenes an interdisciplinary group of academic researchers in community development, community health, community psychology, contemporary art, education, nutrition, public policy, and sociology based in Massachusetts who will offer attendees compelling examples of how PAR constitutes a way of doing Civic Studies and strategies for incorporating PAR into research, learning, and advocacy initiatives related to civic renewal and social justice. This symposium is sponsored by Tisch College & the Tufts University College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering’s Diversity Fund Committee.

Persian New Year celebration

The Persian Association of Student Dentists and Dentists would like to invite you all to the Persian New Year celebration, hosted here at Tufts on March 21st, at 6:30 pm in the Alumni Lounge (15th floor). There will be plenty of Iranian food, culture, and fun for everyone. Tickets are on sale for $12 (space is limited). Come get a taste of the Persian culture (and some kabob too)! Everyone is welcome.Link for payment:

Come out to LGBTQA Trivia Night!

Do you like… Free food? Great company? Good laughs? If so, then join the LGBTQA organization for Trivia Night at Club Cafe this Tuesday, 3/12, from 8PM-10PM. Don’t forget to bring your thinking cap!

Please RSVP at email if interested. We hope to see you there!

JOIN ASDA & GHSA for a Global Impact Through Public Health – Panel Discussion

In the spirit of Tufts Global Week, Tufts ASDA and Tufts Global Health Student Association (GHSA) will be hosting a Global Impact Through Public Health – Panel Discussion on March 7th at 6:30pm- 9 in Rachel’s Amphitheater Room 1414. RSVP is Required and Dinner will be Included! 

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Register to attend the 3rd symposium series of Breaking the Silence: Weight Bias and Health

Save the date on March 29th at 4:30pm for the 3rd symposium series of Breaking the Silence: Weight Bias and Health.  Faculty and staff are also welcome to attend! Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford will be the keynote speaker. This event is co-sponsored by the Tufts University Freidman School of Nutrition Science and Policy’s Committee on Social Justice, Inclusion and Diversity and Tufts University School of Medicine’s Multicultural Fellows Council.

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