Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-medical Honor Society. INFORMATIONAL MEETING Fall 2007. Welcome to AED!. Officers 2007-2008. President Jereme Brammeier The Man, The Mystery, The Legend. 5 th year Senior( Victory Lap!!) studying Biology and Philosophy. I am from Houston/San Antonio
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Vice President 2007-2008
Hometown: Houston, TX
Year at UT: Senior Year
Interests: Movies, Gregory Gym, Tennis, Swimming, Cliff Diving, Traveling, Restaurants
Favorite Line: THIS IS SPARTA!
-King Leonidas (300)
Biology/Premed (DS degree)
Hometown: Plano, TX
People say I look like Yao.->
Social CoordinatorName: Jeremy DavisPhone:(903) 721-0152E-mail: [email protected]: March 5, 1987Hometown: Jacksonville, TxClass Standing: SeniorMajor: Human BiologyInterests: Death, Destruction, and General Mayhemfavorite Quote:
"Pooky, let\'s burn this mother down!"-Harold and Kumar
Major: Biology B.A.
Interests: Emily Buescher
Favorite Movie: Next Friday
Favorite Food: Chicken McNuggets
Favorite Activity: Being a lazy ass
“I used to be the webmaster!.”
What you need to know about me:
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For reasons that cannot be explained, cats can suddenly read at a twelfth-grade level. They can\'t talk and they can\'t write, but they can read silently and understand the text. Many cats love this new skill, because they now have something to do all day while they lay around the house; however, a few cats become depressed, because reading forces them to realize the limitations of their existence (not to mention the utter frustration of being unable to express themselves).
This being the case, do you think the average cat would enjoy Garfield, or would cats find this cartoon to be an insulting caricature?
On April 28, 1926, fifteen premedical students at the University of Alabama met with Dr. Jack Montgomery, their premedical advisor and professor of organic chemistry, to formalize the organization of a new premedical honor society. Baylor University, Samford University, The University of Texas, and the University of South Carolina established chapters in 1928-29. At the first national convention at the University of Alabama on April 18, 1930, ten members representing five chapters and one petitioning group were in attendance. From these modest beginnings, Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) has today become the world\'s largest Honor Society exclusively serving premedical education, with a membership exceeding 144,000 in 186 chapters.
9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 11/29
UT South-Western in in the Spring
Qualifications1. Grade Point Average
Transcript- Obtain an unofficial transcript from the Registrar\'s office and turn it in with your completed application.
2. Online Pledge Application
4. Hours- 45 semester hours must have been completed by the end of the semester to join the national chapter
The following are membership requirements which must be completed to be initiated into Alpha Epsilon Delta. No exceptions.
B. Volunteer Work
Your best friend is taking a nap on the floor of your living room. Suddenly, you are faced with a bizarre existential problem: This friend is going to die unless you kick them (as hard as you can) in the rib cage. If you don’t kick them while they slumber, they will never wake up. However, you can never explain this to your friend; if you later inform them that you did this to save their life, they will also die from that. So you have to kick a sleeping friend in the ribs, and you can’t tell them why.
Since you cannot tell your friend the truth, what excuse will you fabricate to explain this (seemingly inexplicable) attack?
Local: $40, including T-shirt
National: $50, one-time lifetime fee
Total: $90, due with completed application
If late, $20.
Jeremy got Mike Tysoned
(before Second General Meeting)