On February 8th, the Student National Dental Association (SNDA) held their Love and Happiness event! Many students and faculty came out to make Valentine’s Day cards for the pediatric inpatients at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. Check out some of the creative cards they made!
Yankee Dental Congress in Boston attracted some of Tufts Dental HPSP alumni to come back to Tufts! Dr. Rankin seized the moment and had two of our alumni, Dr. Lauren Gadeberg D14 (Navy) and Dr. Will Archer D16 (Air Force) come back to speak to current HPSP students. At the Tufts reception at the Yankee, he also met with several of other Tufts HPSP alumni.
Pictured: Drs. Gadeberg and Archer along with our HPSP group; and at the Yankee, Dr. Rankin is with Dr. Mike Lee, D11 (Navy), Dr. Gadeberg and Dr. Jimmy Teebagy, D14 (Air Force).
This upcoming month, Tisch College will be hosting a series of speaker presentations! Headlining their Distinguished Speaker Series this semester are: Former Vice President Al Gore, U.S. Senator Susan Collins, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, and President of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards.
- Tuesday, Jan 30th 6-8 PM: A Panel on Educating Global Citizens
- Thursday, Feb 1st- Friday, Feb 2nd: Prison & Education Symposium
- Saturday, Feb 3rd: Thurgood- a One-Man Play
- Tuesday, Feb 6th 6:30-8:30 PM: Film Screening of “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” – sequel to Al Gore’s documentary
- Wednesday, Feb 7th 6:15 PM: Speaker Series: Al Gore
To check out the full lineup, which also includes the Boston Globe Spotlight Team and Eric Washington, Former Chief Justice of the DC Court of Appeals: visit their website here and check out the DC calendar for more information about each event!
Interested in community-building, networking, and learning about and addressing the impact of stress on Asian immigrant populations?
Join us, on Friday, April 6th from 9:30AM-1:30 PM at the Pao Arts Center in Boston, MA and learn about:
The stressors related to daily living and social determinants facing Asian immigrants, available resources and services for mitigating the impact of stress in the community, and the value of cross-community dialogue in addressing the impact of stress
on Asian immigrant communities!
On January 22nd, Tufts University will host a celebration honoring the life and work of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr at the Breed Memorial Hall.
This afternoon symposium on civil rights will open with a performance by the Tufts Black Theater Troupe. Dr. Kerri Greenidge, Co-Director of the Tufts African American Freedom Trail Project, will then place our current moment in historical context. Next, a conversation with Boston-based community organizers and activists will discuss how this contemporary moment is shaping their work at the local and national levels.
Click here: (MLK_symposium_2018_letter ) to learn more about the event!
Attention all Student leaders!!
For outgoing, incoming, & current leaders of student groups:
Be sure to mark your calendar! On Tuesday, January 23rd there will be a discussion on election timing and other important ideas on leadership succession based on a leadership focus group. Each student group is encouraged to send 1-2 reps.
More details can be found on the DC calendar.
RSVP for your group now! Click HERE!
Facilitated by Nancy Marks and Karen Alexander