2013 Education Day will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2013. BUMC faculty, fellow, residents, students and staff are invited to submit proposals for workshops and abstracts of ongoing or completed education projects. Abstracts must be submitted by Friday April 19, 2013. Cash prizes awarded for top abstracts. For more information please see flyer or link.
The 2013 John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2013. BUMC faculty, fellow, residents, students and staff are invited to submit proposals for workshops and abstracts of ongoing or completed education projects. Abstracts must be submitted by Friday April 19, 2013. Cash prizes awarded for top abstracts. For more information please see flyer or link.
Attend Education Day to:
- Network with other creative educators in the BUMC community
- Showcase your innovations and ideas in classroom, clinical and lab teaching
- Cultivate your teaching skills
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
BUMC faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff are invited to submit proposals for workshops and abstracts of ongoing or completed education projects.
**Cash prizes awarded to top abstracts**
Abstracts must be submitted by Friday, April 19
Information can be found here.
The 19th Annual Henry I. Russek Student Achievement Day 2013 will be held on May 10th, 2013 in Hiebert Lounge from 8:30-5:00.
On this day we honor our graduate students by hearing about their exciting research efforts in a poster session and share their excitement as they congratulate their friends after winning the coveted Achievement Award. We also share our ideas with a scientific luminary that serves as a Visiting Professor for the student award winners. For our 19th year we are thrilled to announce that Dr. James Darnell will deliver the keynote address ”Be Curious—-AND Stay Curious!
Abstracts are due May 1st. More information and the Abstract application can be found here.
The Ruth and Martin Levine Scholarship in Graduate Medical Sciences is made possible by the generous donation of Ruth R. Levine, PhD. Dr. Levine was the first Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Sciences and a faculty member at BUSM for many years. Given her own life experiences her wish was to allocate “income to provide annual scholarship awards to one or more graduate students enrolled in the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences, who have demonstrated excellent scholarship. Preference shall be given to female students who have reached their 30th birthday and are returning to academia after an interruption”.
Emily Peschel, a first year student in our MS in Forensic Anthropology program, is the recipient of the Malmberg Scholarship from the American Swedish Institute for Scholars. You can read more about Emily’s research here or the MS degree in Forensic Anthropology on their website.
The Boston University Medical Campus is scheduled to open under normal operations Tuesday October 30th. Please note: Employees in essential services must report as scheduled. Essential services include, but are not limited to, University Police, Facilities Management and Planning, University Dining Services, Mail Services, Student Health Services and the University Switchboard. For detailed information, please go to http://www.bu.edu/today
Boston University Medical Campus will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy. This includes the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, School of Public Health, School of Medicine and Division of Graduate Medical Sciences.
Employees in essential services should report as scheduled. Essential services include, but are not limited to, Public Safety, Facilities Management, Emergency Patient Treatment, Office of Environmental Health and Safety, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Mail Service.
Students who are assigned to inpatient services are expected to be present, if possible. Students who are assigned to outpatient services should check with their course director or the policy at the clinical site.
For updated information, please call the emergency communications hotline at 617
We are pleased to announce that the renovation of our office space is complete! Please stop by and visit us in L317 .
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Please join the Division of Graduate Medical Science at the upcoming Virtual Grad Fair. Learn about our 26 different MA, MS, PhD and MD/PhD Degrees online while talking to representatives from many of our programs. Please see details below.
Biomedical Sciences Graduate students–Decide where you want to go to school!
Unique opportunity to meet Admission Representatives from more than 21 renowned Biomed grad schools
Registered Schools Listed Here: http://biomed.careereco.net/virtual-fair/chat-with-organizations/
Connect real-time with schools without leaving your home or office. Attend the fair online from anywhere!
Register here: http://biomed.careereco.net/students-alumni/virtual-fair-registration/
See BU’s Graduate Medical Sciences Profile page here: http://biomed.careereco.net/2012/08/19/bu-medical-sciences/
What students have said about prior events:
“The Virtual Fair was extremely convenient and useful. I was able to communicate with multiple schools of my interest and ask questions. This Virtual Fair also saved me time and traveling fees if I were to visit the schools’ campuses instead.”
“I thought the virtual fair was extremely helpful. Chatting with the school representatives helped give me some direction for what I’d like to pursue, as well as some helpful tips/expectations for the application process.”
“I feel that this was great concept…It gave me an opportunity to ask questions that may not have been answered on their website and to see other potential students’ questions that I may not have thought to ask.”
“It was perfect. I loved the fact that school representatives gave out their e-mail addresses and encouraged us to contact them.”
“The whole system was very user friendly.”
Begin or refine your grad school search at the Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair on September 12th.
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-980-0088
The Boston University School of Medicine, Division of Graduate Medical Sciences Office of Postdoctoral Affairs cordially invites BUMC postdocs, their PI’s and Administrative staff who support postdocs to attend the National Postdoc Appreciation Week celebration activities (Sept. 17 – 21) which include “Careers in Communicating Science: Journals, Blogs, Netcasts and Tweets” Talk on Monday, Ice Cream Social on Tuesday, and movie, Losing Control on Thursday.
“Careers in Communicating Science: Journals, Blogs, Netcasts and Tweets” Talk by
Vincent Raceniello and Alan Dove, will take place on Monday, September 17, from
3:00 – 4:30 p.m. in room L-201/203 BU School of Medicine, 72 East Concord Street.
Refreshments will be served. RSVP by email to Yolanta.
The Ice Cream Social will take place at the School of Medicine on the Talbot Green on Tuesday, September 18, 2012, from 1:00 – 3:20 p.m. In case of bad weather, the Ice Cream Social will be held in the School of Medicine, Hiebert Lounge on the 14th floor. In addition to ice cream, there will be a raffle and giveaways. RSVP online at http://www.bumc.bu.edu/gms/gateway/professionaldevelopmentopdpa/post\-doc/professional-development/upcoming-events/rsvp-ice-cream-social/
The movie, Losing Control will take place at the Keefer Auditorium, 72 East Concord Street on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 5:30 – 7:15 p.m., 7:15 – 7:50 p.m. Panel Discussion with the movie, Director, Valerie Weiss, and Leslie Zebrowitz, and Barb Cohen whose research and characters were based on and featured in the film. You may RSVP online at: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/gms/gateway/professionaldevelopmentopdpa/post\-doc/professional-development/upcoming-events/movie-losing-control/
These three exciting events were created to celebrate the contributions and achievements of BUMC postdocs and provide the opportunity to have fun and to meet other members of the community.
We all look forward seeing you in September for the National Postdoc Appreciation Week.
Now available Boston Symphony Orchestra College Cards. Stop by the GMS Office, L315 (Evans 8 while under renovation ), to pick one up. Cards are limited to one per person, first come, first serve.
Register your College Card on the BSO’s website to find out what performances are available, as well as to sign up to receive e-mail alerts when new performances are added.