September 2015 Newsletter
- Getting geared up for the journey ahead
With the summer months behind us, we are gearing up for an exciting year for the Windsor Program. With Medical Foundations Week behind us we are looking forward to the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Annual General Meeting and a successful academic year.
- Reflecting on the past few years and eagerly looking forward
I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve in the Windsor Program in many capacities. And I’d like to extend my thanks to so many people who have supported me. While I’m stepping down from my position as Assistant Dean, I look forward to continuing to teaching and interacting with all the faculty, staff and students.
- New Beginnings
All our students and residents will be experiencing something new this year. Adapting to new schedules, modes of learning and living spaces can take some time. The LEW office is available to support all student and learner needs throughout their years at Schulich Medicine
- Looking forward to another fantastic year
Welcome to the new school year. I hope to work alongside each of you toward a goal of creating new academic and extra-curricular initiatives.
- Honouring a humble spirit
As Dr. Awuku sat down beside the piano to unwind, the names and faces of the many people who have supported him throughout his career flashed through his mind. It was the end of what had been a long and gratifying day.
- Finding opportunities to CREATE change in the field of mental health
Jessamyn Little, Medicine Class of 2017, recalls speaking passionately about her interest in mental health advocacy and her desire to help eliminate stigma during her medical school interviews. This summer, she had the opportunity to put her words into action in Kenya.
- Schulich Medicine & Dentistry receives ASPIRE Award of Excellence for Student Engagement
The Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Program received the 2015 ASPIRE Award of Excellence for Student Engagement in a Medical School
- Commitment to the Community: Empowering first responders through education
Anatomy workshop forms the foundation of a unique partnership between medical students and first responders
- Decision made: Site chosen for mega hospital in Windsor
New mega hospital plan and location were announced in July
- Schulich Medicine – Windsor Program hosts annual general meeting
Medical students from across the country will be experiencing busier than normal days as they take part in the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) Annual General Meeting.
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The Windsor Program welcomes the following faculty members who have taken on added responsibility as a member of the Academic Leadership Group