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The BUMC community is invited to a dedication and reception to celebrate recently restored historical pieces at the School of Medicine and Medical Campus. Recent improvements include the newly created picnic area on Talbot Green, a display of BUSM artifacts and artwork on the first floor of the Instructional Building, and the refurbished marble fountain in front of the School of Medicine.
“We are pleased to recognize the philanthropic support of BUSM faculty, staff, alumni and friends whose generous contributions made these restorations possible,” said BUSM Assistant Dean for Development Lawrence Crimmins. There will be a brief program followed by a reception with light food and beverages.
This event will be held Tuesday, Sept. 24, 4-5 p.m., in the BUSM Instructional Building, Conference Room L-107. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 638-4570.