Faculty, staff, students gathered to celebrate the season at the annual holiday party. Best wishes to all of you for a prosperous, healthy and safe 2017. View the photo gallery from our recent holiday gathering.
Celebrating community support Schulich Medicine students continue to inspire support for our School. Thanks to two donations, more is possible in the lives of our future physicians.
Showing your 'Whitney' Show students your 'Whitney,' advised Dr. Kimberley Manning, at a recent conference, and motivate them in the process.
Enjoying the perfect blend This fall, we've experienced the perfect blend of social activities, giving back to the community, and learning more than we ever thought was possible. It's been a great first semester.
Limiting the creep of anxiety Being proactive and managing obligations are tow way sof reducing stress. Try filtering the noise, narrowing your choices and finalizing your strategy while practising your skills for the future. You will be able to limit the creep of anxiety.
Community leadership recognition As a Métis student, Amanda Sauvé has established herself as an advocate for Indigenous health. For those efforts, she's been recognized with a Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Award.
Bringing anatomy to life Anatomy Day brought together medical and secondary school students along with health care professionals for a day of learning opportunities all focused on a future in health care.
Conversation and Coffee with the Dean Join Dr. Strong on February 6 or April 12 for conversation and coffee in Windsor. The Dean is looking forward to meeting with you, sharing updates and answering your questions.
R.E.A.L. Life with Katy Bartlett A summer elective in Chatham-Kent exposed Katy Bartlett to real life in a peadiatric practice. View the compelling photo essay.
The shoebox Lana Lee, PhD, is a favorite among students. They've filled a shoe box with notes and cards to say thanks for her guidance, support and passion for teaching.