July 17th–August 14th
every Wednesday at 6PM
The Viva el Latin Quarter summer series kicks off exactly one month from today! Experience Boston’s Latin Quarter and help keep the culture of the neighborhood alive. Starting on July 17th, join every Wednesday at 6PM on the Blessed Sacrament Church Plaza for FREE community events. All events are family-friendly and will offer FREE J.P. Licks ice cream!
Upcoming Viva el Latin Quarter events include:
Stay tuned and check the Facebook page for more updates about the Viva el Latin Quarter summer series. For more information, please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forget the at-home movie nights and cramped-couch sitting this summer (Netflix will still be there when you get home). Switch up your film-viewing experience by taking your family out to one of these free movie screenings in Boston. It’s a chance to sprawl out on the grass, pack some movie munchies (and maybe a can or two of bug spray) and hopefully get some giggles in. Here’s where you can watch free movies, in the great outdoors, all summer long!
RSVP Required HERE
Entry Fee: Students – $15 , Faculty/Non-students – $30
What is included: Wine Tasting & Food – Along with many chances to win prizes via Raffle and Auction!
Each entry ticket will entry your name in a raffle. Each Raffle ticket is $5 or you can buy 5 for $20.
The Zambia Project:
In 2018, the longstanding TUSDM Zambian oral health outreach project (founded in 2006) was developed as the focus of a GSL course which requires a three-week country immersion as well as extensive project preparation and post field experience reflection and assessment. Lessons learned from this comprehensive project guide the refinement of the other five GSL projects. This project in rural Zambia is a collaboration of a local community, the Dental Training School of the Zambian Ministry of Health and TUSDM strategically utilizing existing health care infrastructure and incorporating community-oriented cost-effective oral health prevention. The program includes four components of oral health promotion—oral health education, emergency care for infection and pain, fluoride exposure and atraumatic restorative treatment (ART). Annual visits by TUSDM in collaboration with Zambian interdisciplinary oral health and medical teams provide exams, fluoride treatments, toothbrushes/toothpaste, extractions and tooth restoration. Since inception of the Zambian effort, local Zambian community oral health volunteers, trained and coordinated through the local rural health center, provide essential support for the program including on-going oral health education, identification of community dental needs and assistance for visiting teams.
Dean Thomas and Dr. Hanlon
invite you to the
Fresh ART Toast and Tour
Friday, June 7
4:15 – 5:00 pm
Meet in the 2nd floor reception for a little bubbly and then tour the new art!
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)
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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!
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- 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!