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College of Medicine

August 29, 2016 - September 04, 2016

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In This Issue:

Useful Websites University Opportunities
Weekly FYIs From OMSE Research, Fellowship, and Scholarship
Policy of the Week Arts & Publication
Class Information Lost & Found
COM Cares Classifieds (housing, jobs, for sale, etc.)
Weekly Wire Archives


Student Handbook Assoc. Dean Drop-In Sessions Activities Calendar
AHEC Website Global Health Vermont Medicine Magazine
Study Spaces "ONE: News for Our Employees" - UVM Medical Center" (July Ed.) UVM OSR Blog
OASIS Log-in UVM Medical Center Grand Rounds Specialty Advisor List
NBME UVMMC Event Calendar/Newsletter (Aug 15 - Aug 27) UVM LivingWell Center
Diversity & Inclusion Medicine Newsletter: "The Chart"
(Fall 2015 Edition)
UVM Bored

Weekly FYIs from OMSE - We are here to help!

  • Free Week at UVM! Every semester, the first week the undergrads return is officially "Free Week" at UVM's Rec Center. The university invites all students, faculty, and staff to explore the group fitness classes offered at UVM Campus Rec. Attend ANY group fitness class for free from August 29 - September 04. After free week, you can purchase an all-access group fitness pass for only $65 for the remainder of the semester. Please contact Campus Rec @ UVM with any questions.
  • Fall 2016 Safety Message to Faculty, Staff and Students: As the new academic year gets underway, it is important to familiarize ourselves with the changing campus road and pedestrian pathways, and safety considerations caused by the on-going construction. With this in mind, UVM encourages all motor vehicle operators, pedestrians, bicyclists and skateboarders travelling on campus to follow posted safety and/or traffic signs especially through the yellow caution construction safety zones. This may include slowing down, stopping and giving way, dismounting or off-boarding and walking due to the increased congestion of people and vehicular traffic. Please remember, each of us contributes to our own and each other's safety. Questions regarding safety should be directed to UVM's Risk Management and Safety Office (802-656-3242). Please feel free to view the updated campus map.
  • Given Mailboxes and Given Lockers: Did you know that you can always find your Given Mailbox number, combination, and helpful instructions on how to use the combination mailboxes under their "Academic History", within OASIS? When you visit Academic History, you should see a section labeled "Mailboxes, Lockers, and Pagers." Locker numbers and combinations can also be found under this section. Pagers are coming soon. Please feel free to contact the Office of Medical Student Education with any questions or concerns.
  • 'Tis the Season for New Badge Thingies! This year, we are happy to introduce students to the "Medical Student Badge Buddy!" You may have seen badge buddies around the hospital identifying Residents, Attendings, etc. We (UVM COM & UVMMC) believe it will help doctors identify students for learning opportunities. Moreover, the Buddies help keep patients and hospital staff well-informed regarding your status as a student versus credentialed physician.
    UVM Medical Student Badge Buddy
    All first-year students (co2020) received their Medical Student Badge Buddy when they picked up their UVMMC badges, during orientation. We have additional Badge Buddies for members of the Class of 2019, 2018, and 2017 available, and have placed one for each of you, in your Given Mailboxes! If, for any reason, your buddy is not in your Given Mailbox, please swing by anytime during regular business hours (M-F, 8am - 4:30pm) to snag your new swag (you should read this last part out loud - it's very fun to say; try and say it five times, fast)! Please contact the Office of Medical Student Education with any questions.

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UVM COM Policy of the Week

Technical Standards Procedure for Admission, Advancement & Graduation for Students with Disabilities Seeking Accommodation (Policy 310.00)

The University of Vermont College of Medicine is committed to assisting learners with disabilities reach their full potential and succeed in our educational environment. The Technical Standards for Admission, Advancement & Graduation ("Technical Standards") is made available to all prospective, admitted and current students via the College website and referenced in all admissions marketing materials.

All candidates for admission to the University of Vermont College of Medicine will be considered using established University of Vermont College of Medicine Admissions criteria.

The UVM College of Medicine is committed to protecting the privacy of all learners throughout this process. In addition, early communication with the relevant course directors and administrators is essential to a successful partnership in arranging accommodations...

Visit the policy online to read more, including "Procedures and Policy Elaboration."

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Class of 2017

  • 2017 NHSC Students to Service Loan Repayment Program Application Cycle is Now Open! Are you a medical or dental student in your final year of school? The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Students to Service Loan Repayment Program (S2S LRP) provides up to $120,000 to medical (MD and DO) or dental (DDS or DMD) students in their final year of school in return for a commitment to provide primary health care full time for at least 3 years at an approved NHSC site in a Health Professional Shortage Area of greatest need. For more information and links to numerous resources, please review the full solicitation email. The NHSC is accepting applications through October 13, 7:30 PM ET. Please email with any questions.

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Class of 2018

  • No announcements posted for this class.

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Class of 2019

  • DEADLINE THIS WEEK - Join the Committee on Technical Standards as the Class of 2019 Representative: The Committee on Technical Standards is seeking nominations and applications for a Class of 2019 student representative to serve on the committee until graduation. The University of Vermont College of Medicine is committed to assisting learners with disabilities reach their full potential and succeed in our educational environment. An accepted applicant or a student in the College of Medicine may at any point seek reasonable accommodation for a disability in order to meet the College of Medicine Technical Standards. Reasonable accommodations are determined by the Technical Standards Committee. The committee seeks dedicated and energetic members with an interest in learning more about the implementation of accommodations for students with disabilities and its impact on the technical standards needed to practice medicine. Please email Kiersten Hallquist, administrative support to the Committee on Technical Standards, a brief paragraph outlining why you feel you or your nominee would be an ideal candidate for this position. Submissions are due no later than 11:59PM, Friday, September 02, 2016. To read more about the Committee on Technical Standards, you can review the Medical Student Handbook Policy 300.00: Technical Standards for Admission, Advancement and Graduation and Policy 310.00: Technical Standards Procedure for Admission, Advancement & Graduation for Students with Disabilities Seeking Accommodation. Please contact Kiersten Hallquist if you have any questions.
  • ANNUAL REMINDER/ACTION NEEDED: In accordance with Joint Commission hospital accreditation standards, all medical students must complete annual mandatories training at the beginning of each academic year in order to maintain access to University of Vermont Medical Center information systems. These mandatories are made available through the UVMMC e-Learn platform and should be completed within the first month of enrollment in any academic year. Please complete your Foundations Year 2 mandatories by September 30, 2016. Questions should be directed to the UVMMC IS Service Center, 802-847-1414.
  • Rural Primary Care Education Scholarships: We are happy to announce new funding for scholarships in Rural Primary Care Education, which will be used to support students who participate in the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (LIC) programs at Hudson Headwaters Health Network and Eastern Maine Health Network. Through a generous donation from the daughter of an alumnus, augmented with unrestricted scholarship funds distributed through the Dean's Office, we will be offering the opportunity for up to 12 students to receive a $35,000 scholarship for the longitudinal integrated clerkship year. This essentially means one tuition-free year for in-state students, and a $35,000 reduction for out-of-state students. We are committed to educating physicians prepared to serve across all disciplines in any community and any healthcare system, and this generous gift will help students who are interested in primary care, those who desire to serve in a rural community, and those who want to experience the autonomy and broad patient panel that a longitudinal clerkship year offers. Many of you have expressed an interest in applying for the LIC programs, and we are grateful to have the support of our donors to help remove some of the financial barriers students may face. If you are interested in applying for the program and the $35,000 scholarship, please download and complete the application. Contact Aaron Hurwitz, Curriculum Specialist, with any questions.

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Class of 2020

  • THIS WEEK - Join the Running SIG! Interested in running? Want some motivation and support to train for a marathon or relay? Come to the Running SIG informational meeting on Wednesday, August 31st at 12 in Med Ed 200 to find out more about the running team and how we raise money for a great cause through the Vermont City Marathon! Pizza will be provided. Contact Nikki Leonard (co2019) with any questions.
  • THIS WEEK - Leadership Seminar on Monday 8/29/2016 @ 12pm in MedEd 200: Calling all first years! Are you interested in becoming part of medical student leadership at the College of Medicine? This is an opportunity to hear about many of the available leadership positions on campus including: Student Council, Wellness Committee, the Student Education Group and many more. Come and hear presentations on what we do, why we are part of this amazing movement of student leadership and what drives us to become student leaders. Free Lunch! Where: MedEd 200. When: Monday, August 29, 2016. Time: 12:00 PM. FREE LUNCH! Please contact Mohammad Mertaban (co2017), UVM COM Student Council President, with any questions.
  • Community Service Opportunity: We have been approached by a representative of the Winooski School District (which is just minutes from our campus) to help create a program where medical students provide mentorship/instruction to Winooski school children. This is one of the most diverse school districts in the region, with dozens of languages spoken. These students, which include a substantial fraction of new Americans, are looking for role models and help in succeeding here in Vermont. If you are interested in taking a leadership role in the program's creation, please contact Dr. Jeffries for more information.
  • Writing SIG Seeking Input/Leadership: Are you interested in literature that shares the struggles, vulnerabilities, and triumphs of people giving and receiving healthcare? The Writing SIG, a recently-founded group still in the process of forging its identity, is looking for new members. Ben and I think that there are many possibilities for the SIG, including workshops on writing research proposals, meetups at Muddy Waters to write PCR papers, integration with the COM blog, and maybe even finding a way to see an Atul Gawande lecture somewhere. If you have any ideas about the ways in which the Writing SIG could best support medical students, or if you're interested in a leadership role in this group, feel free to send an email to Ben Smith (co2019) and Zac Wunrow (co2019) when you get the chance!
  • Class of 2020 Note-taker needed: The Student Accessibility office is looking for 1 or 2 students who attend the Class of 2020 lectures to take notes and submit them to an online database for students with designated accommodations to access them. The position pays $15-20/hour and expectations include: Notes must be submitted via email or in person within 24 hours of the finish of each lecture; Regular attendance of lectures for the course; and Notes should be typed when possible. If you are interested and want more information please contact Hannah Hinsley, Notetaking Program Coordinator.
  • UVM College of Medicine Goes to the Fair - An Opportunity to experience Vermont culture: The Champlain Valley Fair is an annual 10-day extravaganza with traditional agricultural competitions including the largest pumpkin and the best pie, musical events, Tractor Pull, fair rides and DIVERSITY. This is your opportunity to observe the diversity of Vermont, its subcultures, relationships, communication differences, challenges, lifestyle choices and health consequences while having an uncommonly good time! Members of the Class of 2020 can visit the fair on us, anytime between Friday August 26th and Monday September 4th, at The Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, VT. What's the catch? You need to be an astute observer using the provided guide. And on Friday September 9th at noon, you attend a wrap-up session where we feed you lunch and hear about your experiences. Please only take a ticket if you are going to attend AND you will participate in the wrap up session, on Friday, September 9th, at noon. Go to the Office of Medical Education starting Friday August 19th, 2016 to pick up your ticket and observation guide. Please contact Luke Hebert for more information, or if you have any questions.
  • Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) Feedback Sessions Available! Hello, 2020'ers - If you completed the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and would like to receive your personalized profile and development plan, please sign up to meet individually with Tiffany Delaney or Dr. Michael Upton. These sessions take about 40 minutes. Contact Tiffany Delaney, Director of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, with any questions.

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COM Cares

Vermont Cares Event

Magic Hat to Release Limited Edition Belgo Sutra Quadrupel in honor of VT CARES, a non-profit organization working for and with Vermonters affected by HIV/AIDS. The event is for the Magic Hat and VT Cares community to come together to support our collaboration.

The Belgo Sutra release party will take place at the Magic Hat Brewery and Artifactory on Thursday, September 01, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. BelgoSutra will be served alongside a food pairing of local eats and dancing. Head Brewer Chris Rockwood will tap the first keg and share his tasting notes with the crowd. We will serve 12oz pours of the beer for $5 each. $1 from every pour will go to benefit VT CARES. 22oz bottles of Belgo Sutra will also be available for purchase. Heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served to pair with the beer.

Belgo Sutra is a strong, dark ale brewed with figs, dates, and dark candy syrup. Inspired by the Trappist brewers of Belgium, this Quadrupel will warm your soul!

Please contact Adessa Yeager with any questions, or visit the Vermont Cares website.

Save the dates! Upcoming volunteer opportunities with Special Olympics Vermont (SOVT)

Help reveal the champion in all of us. Come volunteer at an upcoming Special Olympics Vermont (SOVT) event and join our movement! Visit the SOVT website for more information, or contact SOVT with any questions.

  • Fall Sports:
  • Holiday Sports
    • Individual Bowling, Twin City Lanes, Dec. 4
    • School Unified Bowling, Twin City Lanes, Dec. 12
    • Unified Team Bowling, Twin City Lanes, Jan. 8
    • Twin City Lanes are located in Barre, VT
  • Winter Sports
    • Special Olympics USA Training Camp for World Games, Killington & Castleton, Dec. 12-15- Come support over 200 Special Olympics USA athletes as they prepare to compete in Austria in March 2017
    • School Unified Snowshoe, Suicide Six, Mar. 3, 2017
    • Winter Games, Suicide Six, Mar. 3-5, 2017
  • Summer Sports
    • School Unified Bocce, St. Albans, May 25, 2017
    • Summer Games, UVM, June 2-3, 2017
  • Consider Becoming a Venue Director: Want to be even more involved? Consider becoming a Venue Director at one of our four annual Games! As lead volunteers, Venue Directors are responsible for pre-planning and managing onsite logistics. We are currently recruiting for Soccer, Golf, Bowling, Basketball and XC-Running. Visit the Competition Venue Directors information webpage to learn more about this exciting opportunity. Any questions, please contact Caitlin Jenkins.

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TODAY - Annual Family Medicine Interest Group Picnic!

Please join us for our annual FMIG Picnic at Oakledge Park lower pavilion on Monday, August 29th at 5:30 pm! This picnic is open to any interested first year students to have dinner and mingle with Family Med faculty, residents, and students. We will have delicious food, Bocce Ball, and Frisbees. Feel free to bring other outdoor equipment. Hope you can make it! Please RSVP to Luke Hebert, Family Medicine Student Services Specialist.

DEADLINE TOMORROW - Travel Awards Deadline

Hello everyone! The next application deadline for travel awards is August 30, 2016. The University of Vermont Medical Student Travel Opportunity was established to support students who would like to travel to conferences, alternative learning opportunities or similar events. Travel awards are funded through donations to the UVM College of Medicine.

Please be sure to review the guidelines for travel awards and download the most current application. Information can be found on COMET under the Lounge tab, in the "Student Affairs Lounge" (click on "Travel Awards" on the green menu bar; please note, this hyperlink will only work if you are already signed into COMET). Please contact Sheri Youngberg with any questions.

THIS WEEK - Peer Support Group

Wednesday, August 31, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, in HSRF 300. Peer Support Group is a confidential, non-judgmental monthly meeting of medical students who would like to share their experiences and listen to those of their peers. Students of all years are welcome and food will be provided! Please contact Ben Smith (co2019) or another Wellness Committee rep with any questions.

THIS WEEK - AMA SIG Introductory Meeting

Wednesday, August 31st, 12:00pm-12:50 pm in Med Ed 302. Come learn about the benefits of AMA membership and how to get involved! This will be a great meeting to come to if you are thinking things like, "What is the AMA, exactly?" or "I'm not sure I have time for this stuff!" We will be addressing all of these things, as well as any other questions you may have. Additionally, the membership sign-up bonuses will be available at this meeting. Please contact Brian Rosen (co2019) with any questions.

THIS WEEK - Gender and Sexuality Alliance SIG Meeting

Welcome back to campus! Our first Gender and Sexuality Alliance SIG meeting of the year will be held this Wednesday, August 31 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, in Med Ed 305. We invite anyone and everyone interested in mixing and mingling, discussing gender and sexuality-related topics in medicine, and/or getting involved in campus and community LGBTQ+ education and activism to come to our first meeting. We'll have time to socialize, chat briefly about who we are, and talk about what we will be doing this semester (including The LGBTQA Center Welcome Back BBQ is Saturday, September 10th and the Pride Parade on Sunday, September 11th!) Bring your own lunch! Feel free to contact Al York (co2019) with questions.

Mindful Lunch Hour

On Tuesday, September 06, at 12:00 PM, all students, faculty, and staff are invited to join a facilitator from Living Well for a mindful lunch hour. Come to learn about, practice, and experience the benefits of mindfulness. Cultivate your focus and relaxed attention. The event will be held in Med Ed 300. We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact Stephanie Kulaga (co2019) or Ben Smith (co2019) with any questions or for more information.

Dana Medical Library September Workshop

Dana Medical Library's workshops provide information that is vital to new and returning students and faculty. Make sure to get up to speed on library resources and databases so that your semester gets off to the best start! Workshops are held each Wednesday throughout the month. The following are the first 3 workshops of the semester. Come check them out!

  • UP NEXT - Navigating UVM Libraries Resources: September 7th, Noon – 1:00 PM. New to UVM or returning to research after a break? Learn about library services, and available databases and journals, and how to find full-text articles and access library materials from off-campus. Instructor: Alice Stokes, MLIS.

Workshops are open to all UVM and University of Vermont Medical Center students, staff, and faculty. Unless otherwise noted, preregistration is not required for library workshops.

Questions about any of our workshops? Not affiliated with UVM or University of Vermont Medical Center? Please contact Fran Delwiche (802-656-4423).

LGBTQA Welcome Back BBQ

The LGBTQA Center Welcome Back BBQ is Saturday, September 10th, from 1-3pm! Students, staff, faculty, and alums welcome. Please feel free to sign up to volunteer at the event, if you are available and willing, and join the Facebook event to RSVP.

Please contact Becky Swem, Education and Outreach Coordinator at the LGBTQA center @UVM, if you have any questions, or visit the LGBTQA Center @UVM webpage. Other sponsored events include:

  • Burlington Pride Parade: Sunday, September 11, 12:30 PM, starting at the Hood Plant, and running up Church Street.
  • Women's Center BBQ: September 8, 5PM - 7 PM, at 84 South Williams Street
  • ALANA Welcome Back Reunion: September 9th

The Laura Mann Integrative Healthcare Lecture Series and Family Medicine Grand Rounds

Monday, September 26, 8-9 am (reception to follow), in Davis Auditorium, at the UVM Medical Center, Main Campus (Level 2). The Laura Mann Integrative Healthcare Lecture Series and Family Medicine Grand Rounds present "The Clinician Effect: How Human Connection Impacts Outcomes" with David Rakel, MD, Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please review the event flyer. Please contact Cara Feldman Hunt, Program Manager for UVM Integrative Health, with any questions.


The University of Vermont College of Medicine is proud to present "Celebrating Excellence in Research - Inaugural Dean's Excellence in Research Awards," on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, in Davis Auditorium.

We will welcome Lita M. Proctor, Ph.D., Program Director, Human Microbiome Project, Division of Genome Sciences, National Institutes of Health as this year's keynote speaker. More details to follow. Contact Carole Whitaker, Medical Communications Director, with any questions.

2016 George D. Aiken Lecture - Keynote address by Dr. Paul Farmer

One-hour lecture followed by Q and A with Dr. Farmer. Free and Open to the Public. Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 5:00 PM, in the UVM Ira Allen Chapel. Parking available in the Gutterson Garage after 3:30 PM. Please visit the UVM Continuing & Distance Education Event Webpage for more information and to RSVP.

Dr. Paul Farmer, physician and anthropologist, is chief strategist and co-founder of Partners in Health, Kolokotrones University Professor and chair of the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and chief of the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He also serves as U.N. Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Community-based Medicine and Lessons from Haiti. Dr. Farmer has written extensively on health, human rights, and the consequences of social inequality. His most recent books are "In the Company of the Poor: Conversations with Dr. Paul Farmer and Fr. Gustavo Gutiérrez, Reimagining Global Health: An Introduction," and "To Repair the World: Paul Farmer Speaks to the Next Generation." He is the subject of Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracey Kidder's best-selling book "Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, the Man who would Cure the World."

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DEADLINE TOMMORROW - Travel Awards Deadline

Hello everyone! The next application deadline for travel awards is August 30, 2016. The University of Vermont Medical Student Travel Opportunity was established to support students who would like to travel to conferences, alternative learning opportunities or similar events. Travel awards are funded through donations to the UVM College of Medicine.

Please be sure to review the guidelines for travel awards and download the most current application. Information can be found on COMET under the Lounge tab, in the "Student Affairs Lounge" (click on "Travel Awards" on the green menu bar; please note, this hyperlink will only work if you are already signed into COMET). Please contact Sheri Youngberg with any questions.

Fellowship of the Academy of Translational Medicine Professionals (FAcadTM)

Fellowship applications are open to highly experienced professionals who have a record of significant achievements in bench-side, bedside or community health fields. Eligible disciplines include cellular & molecular biology, genetics, microbiology & immunology, pharmacy, veterinary sciences, drug discovery & development, biophysics & engineering, stem cells & regenerative medicine, public health & epidemiology, data mining & management, biomarkers and clinicians. Successful applicants are typically department heads/chairs and senior academics (full, associate and assistant professors), directors and senior executives with relevant experience. Fellows in the Academy are recognized for demonstration of significant efforts to advance the translational medicine and mission of ATMP. Successful professionals may receive Fellowship certificates at annual congress of the European society for translational medicine (EUSTM). Read more about the fellowship on the fellowship website. Please contact the European Society for Translational Medicine (EUSTM) with any questions.

Legacy Teachers Collaborative Workshop

The highly successful Legacy Teachers program at the University of Missouri-Columbia was developed to contribute to an institutional climate that promotes patient-centered care and to provide our third year medical students the opportunity to recognize and say thank you to a patient who has taught them lessons they feel will make them a better physician. This program has become a celebrated tradition at the University of Missouri School of Medicine and now has a role in the first three years of our curriculum.

The Legacy Teachers Invitational Workshop will include a day of sharing and education as well as attendance at the 12th Annual Legacy Teachers Luncheon where students get to express their personal gratitude to their Legacy Teachers. In the past two years we have had eight schools participate in our workshop and rated the experience very highly. These schools included: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine, Texas Tech University El Paso, Tufts University School of Medicine, University of Kansas-Wichita School of Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine and University of South Dakota.

We are limiting this workshop attendance, so please RSVP by January 15, 2017 if you would like to attend. A tentative schedule is attached. More information about our Legacy Teachers program, including a video, can be found at the Legacy Teachers Invitational Workshop webpage.

William B. Bean Student Research Award sponsored by the American Osler Society, Inc.

The William B. Bean Student Research Award is an excellent opportunity for medical students to engage in supported research with a mentor. The research award is $1500 and the deadline for submission of applications is March 01, 2017. If you are interested, or would like more information, please review the full award announcement. Application materials can be sent via email to Renee Ziemer, AOS Administrator.

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Call for Comics Submissions

There's a Call for Comics Submissions for Graphic Truths: The Making (and Unmaking) of a Doctor, an anthology of comics. No art experience necessary – you're all storytellers! The submission deadline is December 31, 2016. For more information and to access the submission form, please check out the Graphic Truths webpage.

Writing Submissions Wanted!

Tolu Kehinde, a third-year medical student at Dartmouth, is working on a medical student anthology that focuses on students' internal journeys through medicine. They are hoping to have reflections, poems, and stories from medical students all over the world. For contact information, or if you're interested in learning more about the project, please visit the project website.

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Lost something? Email the Office of Medical Student Education a description of the item, where and when it was last seen, and who to contact if someone finds the item, and she will happily post it here!


Please visit the Office of Medical Education, in Given Courtyard N100, if one of the following items is yours:
(items left unclaimed for more than three weeks will be left as freebies in the student lounge)

  • Ray Ban sunglasses found in one of the Med Ed Rooms
  • Silver necklace with a round silver pendant, containing a translucent purple gemstone

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South Burlington House for Rent $2300 @ 22 Lily Lane, South Burlington

Two miles from downtown Burlington. Great neighbors. Part of a seven house condo complex. No yardwork, unless you want to have a garden in front as shown. Beautiful modern layout. Wood floors throughout entire 3 stories. Three-bedroom and two-bathroom house. Gas fireplace. Low electric, water and heating bills due to efficient design. Granite countertops in open kitchen/living area concept. Large finished basement with deck overlooking trees in back. South Burlington School district, one mile from elementary school. One-car garage. One uncovered space. Small pets okay. Non-smokers only. Please email Nancy Bercaw with questions or to schedule an appointment. View the housing flyer for a photo of the property.

1-BR Available in 2-BD Burlington Apartment

One bedroom is currently available in 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment, located near downtown Burlington, just an 8-minute drive from UVMMC campus. Please note, this location qualifies you for a commuter parking pass! I am looking for a sub-letter to live with a fellow medical student in this clean apartment with lots of natural light, a large kitchen area, a living room, and a large bedroom with a full closet. Off-street parking, coin-operated laundry on site, and extra storage space in basement are all available. This apartment is clean and comfortable with new carpets. Rent is $475 a month, utilities not included. If interested please contact Paige Wood (co2019).

Field Naturalist Students! (or any other nice, quiet, studious person) Looking for a comfy apartment near campus?

Great (but unique!) apartment near UVM. Quiet, furnished three rooms for one tenant on third floor of owner's house. Cozy. Small kitchen. Must be comfortable with steep stairs. No pets preferred…but one or two dogs available if you want company on a walk! $750.00 a month. No parking (except when winter parking ban is in effect). Water and garbage included; Heat (electric) not included. Wi-Fi most likely available. Starting date negotiable. Contact Amy Demarest (call/text: 802-363-1361).

UN-furnished room for rent in highly desirable neighborhood

Very nice UN-furnished room for rent in highly desirable neighborhood in a 1200 SF, beautiful, sunny, clean, 2-bedroom, 1st floor apartment in a large duplex. Located on Caroline in the South End near Callahan Park and in walking distance to Pine Street and downtown. Available September 1st, potentially sooner. Apartment features hardwood floors throughout, sunroom, living room, dining room, updated kitchen with dishwasher & microwave, off street parking, washer & dryer in basement, large backyard, and shared full bathroom. Common spaces are fully furnished & kitchen is fully equipped - sorry there's no storage or room for extras. Clean, comfortable, quiet and homey. Seeking a quiet, clean, mature, respectful roommate. Rent is $800/month including all utilities (heat, hot water, electric, wifi). No pets. No smoking. Please feel free to view photos of the space. More photos available upon request. If interested, please contact Stacey.

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