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ASU Pre-Dental Society Spring 2011. April 7 th , 2011. Meeting Overview. Volunteer Opportunities Accepted Student Panel. Club Information. Rainey: Dues $25 for a semester, $40 for a year Checks made to “ASU Pre-Dental Society”

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meeting overview
Meeting Overview
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Accepted Student Panel
club information
Club Information
  • Rainey: Dues
    • $25 for a semester, $40 for a year
    • Checks made to “ASU Pre-Dental Society”
    • See Rainey for shirts : You can only receive a shirt if you pay for a full year.
kaplan discount
Kaplan Discount
  • Contact John Griffin
    • asu.kaplanjohn@gmail.com
  • Kaplan Discount for Pre-Dental Society Members:
    • $200 Discount
health professions application workshops
Health Professions Application Workshops
  • Do you have questions about applying to medical, dental, or other professional schools?  Come to one of the Pre-Professional Advising Office’s Health Professions Workshops! 
  • ·         RSVP at least one day in advance to alyson.dickson@asu.edu
  • ·         Open to all students, regardless of where you are in the application process
  • ·         All workshops held from 3-5 PM in WGHL 202, located here: http://asu.edu/map/interactive/?campus=tempe&building=WGHL
  • ·         Workshops will be held:
  • o   Tuesday, May 10
  • o   Wednesday, May 11
  • o   Tuesday, May 17
  • o   Wednesday, May 18
  • o   Tuesday, May 24
  • o   Wednesday, May 25
  • o   Tuesday, May 31
mock interview workshop saturday april 23 rd
Mock Interview Workshop Saturday, April 23rd
  • The Pre-Professional Advising Office is hosting a Mock Interview Workshop on Saturday, April 23rd from 10 AM to 12 PM in the LL Building. 
  • You will have three separate mock interviews and attend a workshop on the process and experience
  • Professional Dress is required
  • Workshop is available ONLY to students applying to medical, dental or other health professional schools THIS CYCLE
  • Seating for this event is limited.  RSVP to Alyson Dickson at Alyson.dickson@asu.edu by 5 PM on Tuesday, April 19th. 
3rd annual research symposium
3rd Annual Research Symposium
  • Time, Place, and Location:
  • Thursday, April 28th
  • 6:00-7:30pm (set up at 5:30)
  • Room TBA
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This research is done on your own (there is no class credit or anything for it). You could do this in a group of people if you wanted.

  • This is an voluntary opportunity for you to do some research about something in dentistry and share the information in the Spring semester with other Pre-Dental members, dental students and school faculty.
slide10

We'll have a "Symposium" in the spring where we will invite dental students from ASDOH and Midwestern, dental faculty from the schools and we'll promote the event around ASU campus (so maybe some professors you want to you a letter could come... hint, hint). At this Symposium, we'll have areas for those who researched to set up any information or posters they may have created and then we'll all be able to rotate through and learn some more about dentistry.

slide11

RESEARCH is a section on the dental school application. Dental-related research on your own initiative will likely be very impressive to dental schools! Also, hopefully some members of ASDOH & Midwestern will visit and you can network.

slide12

This year’s proposed date/time:

April 28th

from 6-7:30pm

(with set up at 5:30pm)

If interested contact:

Presley Pearson

(presley.pearson@gmail.com)

  • Let us know if you have any questions! Again this isn't super strict so if you have some ideas, I'm sure they will work out. Let us know if you have any suggestions.
  • See the following slides for highlights from last year!
care partnership student run dental clinic
CARE Partnership Student Run Dental Clinic
  • OSHA/HIPAA Training, held by ASDOH faculty:
  • Sunday, April 10th 9am-10:30am
  • At LSE 104
  • OSHA/HIPPA is one of the requirements in order to volunteer as an assistant in the CARE Partnership Dental Clinic.
  • Other requirements include: Training, immunization, CPR certification, and Paperwork
mwu clinical simulation course
MWU Clinical Simulation Course
  • two-day sessions will be offered June 10-11, 2011 or June 17-18, 2011 from
  • 8am-4pm each day.
  • Both weekends will be exactly the same.
  • Offer attendees the opportunity to experience and utilize our state-of-the art facility's technology and gain some hands-on dental experiences! In addition.
  • Students will receive educational seminars on topics for first year dental students.
  • Seats are limited and the course fills quickly. We are currently taking applications on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Application for the course:
  • https://online.midwestern.edu/public/eventreg.cgi?event_no=455
  • Contact: mwuasda@midwestern.edu
research opportunity
Research Opportunity
  • School of Earth and Space Exploration
    • Hilairy Hartnett
    • H.hartnett@asu.edu
      • Must have:
        • Gen. Chem
        • Ochem
        • MicroBiology plus
4 th annual tops
4th Annual TOPS
  • What is TOPS? TOPS (Team of Physicians for Students) offers high school students a comprehensive athletic screening with an emphasis on detecting cardiac conditions that can cause sudden cardiac death. Routine physicals are unable to detect those conditions without an EKG and an ECHO (if required) which are provided free of charge at a TOPS event.
  • Date: Saturday, April 30, 2011
  • Time: 7:00am-4:00pm
  • Location: Mesquite High School Gymnasium                  
    • 500 S McQueen Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85233
  • wharmon@phoenixchildrens.com
volunteer over summer
Volunteer Over Summer
  • Phoenix Rescue Mission
    • www.phoenixrescuemission.org
  • Saint Vincent De Paul
    • Jay Drm-00@svdp-phx.org
  • Paz De Christo
    • www.pazdecristo.org
volunteer abroad
Volunteer Abroad
  • Ever thought of Studying Abroad?
    • Why not Volunteer Abroad?
    • http://www.rcdpnepal.org/
    • Asia, Africa, Latin America
future meeting
Future Meeting
  • April 21st
    • Elections
    • Social
elections
Elections
  • If you are running for a position:-  E-mail your name and the position(s) you will be running for to shayan.salim@asu.edu.  Your name will appear in the slideshow that night so that people can vote.-  Prepare your speech.  These are pretty short, just a few minutes.  Include a little about yourself and things such as why you are running, how you've been involved this year, what you'll bring to the position, and ideas you have for next year. If you cannot attend the meeting I suggest making a video. How the election process works:We will start with the position of President and then continue on with Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, the two Volunteer Coordinator positions, social chair and then Webmaster. For each position, everyone running will come to the front of the room and give their speech one at a time.  Then all present members will cast their vote on a slip of paper.  These will be counted on the spot and the new officer announced.  This gives anyone who didn't get the position the opportunity to run for other positions they might be interested in.  Only current members are able to run for Vice President.
accepted student panel
Accepted Student Panel
  • Shayan Salim- University of Colorado
  • Isael Aleman- University of Colorado
  • Ryan Gonzalez- University of Colorado
  • Chris Rogowski- University of Colorado
  • Mahmood Badri- University of Colorado
  • Jose Soto- Western U
  • Sawn Aziz- Midwestern AZ
  • Mary Atkinson-MidwesternAZ
  • Lee Atkinson- Midwestern IL
  • Mariam Mahmood-ASDOH
  • Crystal Nelson- UCLA
  • David Jacobs–Detroit Mercy