Coming Events

Fall Student Events

September 15, 2015 Cross Culture Journeys
5:30 pm SC55
Students will reflect on their cross culture experiences from the summer of 2015 and share food from the regions they visited.

September 18, 2015 Meet the Alumni
6 pm SC55
2014 graduate Qaiser Ahmed, VCU DDS candidate, and Kenny Hyden, WVSOM DO candidate, will participate in a panel discussion on transitioning to medical and dental school.

October 6, 2015 MCAT and the Medical School Application Process
12:05 pm RT104
Informational meeting about preparing for the MCAT and the medical school application process. Students will learn what is required to receive a committee recommendation letter on their behalf.

October 12, 2015 Cross-Culture Information Meeting
4 pm RT104
Get excited about Summer 2016 Cross Culture experience. Students will learn about options, preparing for their journey, and deadlines required to be ready for a life changing experience.

October 29, 2015 Gap Year Opportunities
5:30 pm SC55
Students will be encouraged to use a gap year to their advantage by exploring options to enhance their professional school application.

November 3, 2015 A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine Virtual Campus Visit
Noon RT104
Meet with admission counselor via Zoom to get more information about their programs and to ask questions.

November 5, 2015 Campbell School of Osteopathic Medicine Campus Visit
Noon – 2 pm RT104
Presentation about program presented at noon. Table visit in Concourse in Suter Science Center from 1 -2 pm.

November 11, 2015 Fall Student Meeting
5:30 pm SC55
Time to check-in with program leadership to see how the semester is going and to enjoy the company of your peers. Dinner provided.

November 13, 2015 West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Campus Visit
10:30 am – 12:30 pm RT104
WVSOM Admission Counselor will give a brief presentation followed by Q & A.

Suter Seminar Series 2015-16

Full schedules and descriptions of the 2015-16 seminars can be found here.

Fall Schedule

Friday, September 11
4 pm SC106

A Liver Transplant Journey by Scott Matherly, MD

Monday, September 21
4 pm SC106

The Changing World of Transplant Ethics by Sigrid Fry-Revere, Jd, PhD

Friday, October 2
4 pm SC016

The Climate’s Changing…So Why Aren’t We? by Todd Wynward, Author, Activist and Educator

Saturday, October 10
9 am SC106

Echoes of the Heart: A Cardiologist Uses Poetry and Photography to Treat Patients…and Himself by Joseph Gascho, MD

Monday, October 19
4 pm SC106

The What, Who, Why, and How of Swimming Behavior in the Leech by W. Otto Friesen, PhD

Friday, November 6
4 pm SC106

Sex Ratio Bias Under Climate Change in the Tuatara, an Endemic New Zealand Reptile by Kristine Grayson Dattelbaum, PhD

Monday, November 16
4 pm SC106

Providing Translational Medicine Services in the Modern Healthcare Landscape by Adam Heaps, MS

Monday, November 23
4 pm SC106

Novel Treatments for Childhood Malnutrition: the Power of Peanuts by Thaddaeus May, MD

Friday, December 4
4 pm SC106

Will Conservation Farming Ever Be the Most Profitable Option? by Charles Benbrook, PhD

Spring Schedule

Friday, January 15, 2016
4 pm SC106

A Quiet Revolution: Health Care Narrative How Stories Can Help Transform Health Care by Beth Toner, MJ, RN

Friday, February 5, 2016
4 pm SC106

Goiters, Gunshots, and Gastroschisis: Tales from a Surgical Residency by Laura H. Rosenberger, MD, MS

Monday, February 15, 2016
4 pm SC106

The Conundrum of Cure: A Global Case Study of Hepatitis C by Kevin Steiner, MD, PhD

Monday, February 22, 2016
4 pm SC106

Painting a Picture of Pain by Jason Wells, PhD

Monday, March 21, 2016
4 pm SC106

The Answers Are There: How ‘Changing Our Lenses’ Opens Up Critical Resources for Peace, Development, and Community Health by Libby Hoffman, MALD


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