Christian Brothers University

www.cbu.edu

Caduceus Newsletter: Fall 2015.10, Week of October 26 

CaduceusDNAHelixLarger

Image from the U.S. Department of Energy Genome Program web site:   http://genomics.energy.gov  

Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN  38104

Home page:
http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/ 

Caduceus Newsletter Archives:
http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/Caduceus.html

 

Table of Contents:

1.  Events coming up.  
2.  The Heifer Ranch is always on the look-out for individuals who have a heart for changing the world for the better, through their volunteer activities centering on education, livestock, gardens and guest operations
.   
3.  ===AAMC STAT===, News from the Association of American Medical Colleges, October 19, 2015. 
4.  From Medscape.com -- Medicare Math Could Erase Physician Raise Next Year
. 
5.  Also from Medscape.com -- Bill presented to Congress Extends Sunshine Act to NPs and PAs.  
6.  The American Medical Student Association announces the Mabelle Arole Fellowship, awarded through John Snow, Inc. (JSI) Research and Training, which provides $8,000 to cover all expenses at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project at Jamkhed, in Maharashtra, India. 
7.  American Dental Education Association GoDental Newsletter, October 2015 edition.  
8.  Primary Care Physicians Who Graduated from U.S. Medical Schools:  Trends in Specialty, Gender, and Race and Ethnicity (Analysis in Brief, from the AAMC, October 2015).  
9.  This year’s focus of the 2015 OneHealth Conference at UAMS, Little Rock:  Antimicrobial Stewardship, Saturday, November 14.  
10.  Ring Container Technologies, headquartered in Oakland, TN, has structured a $500,000 Challenge Matching Grant with the Wolf River Conservancy in order to assist us in acquiring and protecting additional wetlands in the Wolf River Watershed.  

 

1.  Events coming up.  

Tuesday, October 27
Career Services: 
Life After College:  Student Loan Debt - St. Joseph Hall Room 10 - 12:30-1:45 pm

Thursday, October 29
Career Services:  Pizza & Professionals:  Buckman 211 (Montesi) - 12:30 - 1:30 pm
(Gestalt Community Schools)

Saturday, October 31:  4th annual Bio-Blitz and Open House at Reelfoot Lake Environmental Field Station. 

 

The fourth annual RLEFS bioblitz and open house will be held on Saturday, October 31st . We'll bioblitz in the morning at the Grassy Island Unit of Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge. For lunch, we'll eat at "The Pit" BBQ joint near Samburg, TN. The open house will be from 2-5 pm, and the now famous RLEFS fish fry will be from 4-5 pm. Come join us if you can for this family-friendly event. For more details about the event, contact me @ 731-636-1654 or tblanch@utm.edu.

 

cid:image003.png@01D10673.C167DC30
Hope you can make it!

Tom

 

Tom Blanchard, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Biological Sciences

Director, Reelfoot Lake Environmental Field Station

University of Tennessee at Martin

Martin, TN 38238

(731) 881-7594 Office

(731) 636-1654 Cell


Tuesday, November 3
Career Services:  Career Panel:  Careers In Engineering - Spain Auditorium - 1:00-2:00 pm

·        Wednesday, November 4:  “So you want to be a podiatrist”, 3rd in the “So you want to be a <fill in the blank>” series, featuring Dr. Robert Appling, DPM, CBU alumnus.  Cosponsored with Career Services, refreshments, featuring Mama D’s Italian Ices (https://www.facebook.com/mymamads )  will be served at 6:30 p.m., and Dr. Appling will begin his presentation at 7:00 pm.


Wednesday, November 4
Career Services:  Academic Internship Program Information Meetings
Buckman 207 (Career Services Offic e) - 9:00-12:00  &  1:00-4:00

Thursday, November 5
Career Services:  Pizza & Professionals:  Buckman 102 - 12:30 - 1:30 pm
(Church Health Center)

Career Services:  First Impressions Series - Suits & Success:  Professional Dress & Attire
Tuesday, November 10th - 12:30 to 1:30, Montesi (Buckman 211)

Saturday, November 7:  DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (Harrogate, TN) will hold its Open House. 

                On behalf of Lincoln Memorial University- DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, I would like to invite you and your students to join us Saturday, November 7th for our Open House/ OMAC! This event is a great opportunity for students to learn more about Osteopathic Medicine, the admission’s process, LMU-DCOM’s curriculum, financial aid and tour our state-of the art facilities.  Current students, staff, and faculty members will be around to answer any questions students or advisors may have!  Please register for the event here.   We look forward to having you on campus!  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me Daniel.goodpaster@lmunet.edu.

 

Mark your calendars!!
Saturday, November 7th, 2015, 9:00am – 1:30pm
learn about osteopathic medicine, Speak with current Faculty and Students, witness OMM demonstrations & see our state-of-the-art facilities!!

Daniel Goodpaster, M.S
Lincoln Memorial University
DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine Admissions Recruiter
daniel.goodpaster@lmunet.edu
O: 423.869.6091
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Thursday, November 12
Career Services:  Pizza & Professionals:  Buckman 211 (Montesi) - 12:30 - 1:30 pm
(Ave Maria Home)

Tuesday, November 17
Career Services:  Career Panel:  Non-Profit Careers - Spain Auditorium - 1:00-2:00 pm

Thursday, November 19
Career Services:  Pizza & Professionals:  Buckman 211 (Montesi) - 12:30 - 1:30 pm
(CBIZ-MHM)

Tuesday, November 24
Career Services: 
Life After College:  Budgeting & Savings - St. Joseph Hall Room 10 - 12:30-1:45 pm

Thursday, December 3
Career Services:  Pizza & Professionals:  Buckman 211 (Montesi) - 12:30 - 1:30 pm
(Speak Creative)

Spring 2016 semester

Wednesday, February 3, 2016:  So you want to be a physical therapist”, 4th in the 2015-2016 “So you want to be a <fill in the blank>” series, featuring Dr. Janet Grillis, DPT and CBU alumna.  Cosponsored with Career Services, refreshments, featuring cakes and hot chocolate from Mama D’s Italian Ices ( https://www.facebook.com/mymamads  ) will be served at 6:30 p.m., and Dr. Grillis will begin her presentation at 7 p.m.  

Wednesday, March 2, 2016:  So you want to be a Physician Assistant”, 5th in the 2015-2016 “So you want to be a <fill in the blank>” series, featuring Anmol Khan, PA and CBU alumna.  Cosponsored with Career Services, refreshments from Mama D’s Italian Ices (( https://www.facebook.com/mymamads  ) will be served at 6:30 p.m., at Ms. Khan will begin her presentation at 7 p.m.

 

2.  The Heifer Ranch is always on the look-out for individuals who have a heart for changing the world for the better, through their volunteer activities centering on education, livestock, gardens and guest operations.   

From Julia Hanebrink: 

Thank you for your recent trip to Heifer Ranch – we hope your group had a great experience!  As you know, our programs are facilitated by a diverse group of individuals who volunteer their time and talents.  Because our programs are enriched by these volunteers, we are always on the look-out for individuals who have a heart for changing the world for the better. 

Did you know that most of our residential volunteers started out as program participants?! 

If you know of young adults who are looking for an opportunity before college, after graduation or for a gap year, volunteering at Heifer Ranch might be exactly what they need to launch them into the next phase of life.  Our main orientations occur in September and February each year, though a limited number of applicants are accepted in May.  Year-long stays are preferred, as they truly capture the seasons of agricultural and educational work, but three months is the minimum time commitment.

Applying is easy.  Applicants simply send me their resume.  From there we set up a short phone interview, check references and run a background check.

Our volunteers live and work in community - learning skills, applying them to day to day duties and then passing the knowledge along to the 18,000 guests who visit Heifer Ranch each year. We have opportunities available in four areas: education, livestock, gardens and guest operations.  Details about each of these specialty areas are included below.

All volunteers live on-site in our volunteer housing which is fully furnished and climate controlled. Individuals receive a non-taxable cash living stipend of about $400/month as well as all of their household and cleaning supplies.  Other perks include noon meals in our dining hall, access to Ranch bicycles and vehicles, a 20% gift shop discount and all that comes with connections to Heifer's global network.  Our placements also tend to fulfill internships requirements by most institutions.

For 44 years, Heifer Ranch has become a temporary home to thousands of passionate, motivated individuals who wish to really make a difference in the world.  With your help, we can continue this tradition.

Please help us spread the word about our volunteer opportunities and be in touch if you would like additional information about our volunteer program or materials to share.  Also keep in mind that while our residential volunteers are primarily young adults, we have volunteers of all ages at our site! 

Thank you,

Rebecca

POSITON DESCRIPTIONS

Detailed position descriptions are available upon request.

Education Volunteers receive experiential education and facilitation training in addition to learning Heifer’s unique experiential education curriculum.  They lead tours, field trips, education activities, hands-on classes and overnight programs with mostly youth participants.  Other duties may include daily livestock chores and Visitor Center tours.

Guest Operations Volunteers are trained to work in a variety of administrative areas.  They greet visitors at the Visitor Center, give tours, lead field trips, answer phones, work in the gift shop, complete special tasks and projects which match or build skill-sets, manage data entry and help with other administrative tasks.  May also assist with livestock chores.

Livestock Volunteers oversee daily livestock feeding, conduct animal well-being checks, assist with fencing repairs, purchase feed & supplies, manage routine and seasonal livestock work including breeding, birthing, rotational grazing, poultry processing, hoof-trimming etc. They periodically lead field trips and components of educational programs, such as goat-milking demonstrations.  The animals on site are for education, demonstration and Ranch-consumption only.

Farmer Chef Volunteers participate in the full spectrum of farm-to-table activities.  They spend part-time with meal preparation and food preservation and part-time with with farming in a variety of gardens, including a 5-acre organic CSA, an ethnoveterinary herb garden and cultural gardens within each site in the Global Village.  The volunteers periodically lead field trips, components of educational programs, and lead service-learning groups.


http://www2.heifer.org/SigImages/Heifer%20Logo-SM.gif

Rebecca Roetzel
Volunteer and Outreach Manager

55 Heifer Rd., Perryville | AR 72126 | United States
T: 501.889.7017 | F: 501.889.1574
Rebecca.Roetzel@heifer.org
Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Blog
.......................................................................
GIVEHEIFER.ORG

 

 

3.  ===AAMC STAT===, News from the Association of American Medical Colleges, October 19, 2015. 

STAT Short, topical, and timely

News from the Association of American Medical Colleges

October 19, 2015

AAMC Launches New Student and Resident Section of AAMC.org

As part of an ongoing effort to serve as the primary source of information, resources, and services for aspiring physicians, medical students, and residents, the AAMC has unveiled a major redesign of the student and resident section of AAMC.org. The site features a new look and feel, improved navigation and search functions, and a mobile-friendly format so it can be accessed easily across multiple devices. The pages that medical students and residents access most also have been significantly enhanced, and the content has been updated and reorganized to align with the stages of a career in medicine. More than seven million unique visitors come to AAMC.org each year seeking information about medical school and residency training.

Capitol Hill Briefing Focuses on Lessons Learned from Ebola Response

Last week, the AAMC and the Congressional Academic Medicine Caucus hosted a Capitol Hill briefing, "One Year Later: Lessons Learned from Ebola in the U.S. and Academic Medicine's Role in Preparing for the Next Threat." The event focused on the role academic medical centers have played in the Ebola response—91 percent of the Ebola treatment centers are AAMC-member institutions—and using the response to better prepare for future outbreaks of communicable diseases. Discussion centered on how academic medical centers' missions of research, education, and clinical care enabled them to play a vital role in containing the virus and how sustained funding is needed to prepeare for emerging threats.

Registration Opens for Fourth Annual Joining Forces Wellness Week Webinar

Registration is now open for the fourth annual Joining Forces Wellness Week webinar series, Nov. 9–13, the week of Veterans Day. Hosted by the AAMC, the White House Joining Forces staff, and the Center for Deployment Psychology, the series is designed to raise awareness of the health issues of veterans, military service members, and their families. Presenters will include experts from medical schools, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, and others.

Teleconference on Population Health Management

The AAMC will host a teleconference on Oct. 29 to examine the evolution of population health management and the expansion of ambulatory care networks, new opportunities, and the challenges involved. Planning and administrative professionals from medical schools and teaching hospitals are invited to participate. Click here to register.

Webinar Series on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) and the Brazil Ministry of Health, in partnership with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the AAMC, will host a webinar series on Oct. 26 and Nov. 18 to support the U.S.-Brazil Joint Action Plan to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Discrimination and Promote Equality (JAPER). This series will provide participants with an opportunity to learn about efforts in both the United States and Brazil regarding the development of policies and interventions to reduce or eliminate racial and ethnic discrimination in health.

 

4.  From Medscape.com -- Medicare Math Could Erase Physician Raise Next Year. 

Here’s the opening paragraph:

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — The 0.5% Medicare raise that physicians are counting on next year could shrink, or even vanish, if the Obama Administration does not hit a savings target, attendees heard here at the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2015 Annual Conference.

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/852651?nlid=89070_2244&src=wnl_edit_medp_infd&uac=40240FX&spon=3&impID=860544&faf=1

 

5.  Also from Medscape.com -- Bill presented to Congress Extends Sunshine Act to NPs and PAs.  

Here are the first 3 paragraphs:

Physicians are not the only clinicians who receive lunches, speaking fees, and textbooks from drug and device makers.

By virtue of their ability to prescribe medicine and order other treatments for patients, physician assistants (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and other kinds of advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) also receive cash and in-kind payments from industry.

That is why two US senators introduced legislation on October 7 to bring these clinicians under the Sunshine Act, a section of the Affordable Care Act that requires drug and device makers to tell the government what they give physicians. The idea is to discourage conflicts of interest that could cause a physician to favor treatments that are not the best for the patient's health or pocketbook. Advocates of transparency in the relationship between clinicians and industry have called the omission of NPs and PAs a significant loophole in the law.

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/852472?nlid=89070_2244&src=wnl_edit_medp_infd&uac=40240FX&spon=3&impID=860544&faf=1

 

6.  The American Medical Student Association announces the Mabelle Arole Fellowship, awarded through John Snow, Inc. (JSI) Research and Training, which provides $8,000 to cover all expenses at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project at Jamkhed, in Maharashtra, India. 

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

 

 

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

http://files.ctctcdn.com/e482d0f4101/6968c215-373c-4463-9d19-37936f342318.png

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

 

 

 

 

PRE-MED FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY IN INDIA

 

Any undergraduate student who is interested in international community health should know about the Mabelle Arole Fellowship, awarded annually since 2002 through John Snow, Inc (JSI) Research and Training.  Candidates must be admitted to medical school to be eligible.  If awarded the Fellowship, s/he defers entrance to medical school for one year.  Applications are due in mid-January 2016 and finalists are interviewed in early March in Washington, DC (at the candidate's expense).  The Fellow would depart the US in mid-June 2016 and returns in late spring of 2017.  The Fellow, who receives $8,000 to cover all expenses, spends 10 months at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project at Jamkhed (in Maharashtra), one of the best examples of how mobilized/empowered communities can significantly improve their health/nutrition status.  All relevant information is available on the AMSA website (www.amsa.org search for Arole) which has a link to Jamkhed site and contains reports by previous Fellows.  Any questions can be directed to Dr. David Pyle at dpyle@JSI.com or 503-894-8546 (in Portland, OR).

 

http://files.ctctcdn.com/e482d0f4101/1494cc4f-f549-48f8-bdeb-29ae32b4d33e.jpg

 

Co-sponsored by

 

  http://files.ctctcdn.com/e482d0f4101/0b429501-1f7f-4384-9c42-51e71503bf9c.png 

JOHN SNOW, INC.

 

JSI RESEARCH & TRAINING INSTITUTE, INC.

  

Promoting and improving health in the US and around the globe.

 

  

 

 

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

7.  American Dental Education Association GoDental Newsletter, October 2015 edition.  

ADEA GoDental Newsletter | October 2015 | Excited about the ADEA GoDental website? Tweet about it!

 

http://access.adea.org/images/My_Images/test/GoDental-Header-justblue-transparent.png

http://access.adea.org/images/My_Images/test/GoDental-Tagline-transparent.png

ADEA GoDental Newsletter | Get Involved 

HOSA

Learn to Lead with a Purpose

"My interest in dentistry did start at an early age, when I began losing my primary teeth. As they began crumbling to tiny pieces, I had to have my teeth removed. I was toothless for several years of my life, which affected not only my physical appearance but also my emotional well-being. Once my permanent teeth came in, I began to appreciate the care that my dentist, orthodontist and oral surgeon provided me. With their help, I gained not only a smile, but also an elevated self-esteem."

Read More.

 

Eswar

Challenging, but worth it!

Dentistry may be a difficult profession to pursue and at times it may feel like an impossible goal to achieve but, according to this dentist, the arduous journey is worthwhile.

Read More

 

enrichment programs

The Many Advantages of Enrichment Programs

Learn about the many benefits of participating in a summer enrichment program, and take the first steps to pursue one.

Read More

 

Hygiene

Practitioner Profile: My Not So Clear Cut Path To a Very Rewarding Dental Hygiene Career

This dental hygienist had no idea the kind of opportunities that would emerge when she started her journey in dental hygiene. Learn about her successes and the opportunities available to those who pursue a career in dental hygiene.

Read More

 

tips

Print Your Application

Reapplicants to the 2017 ADEA AADSAS cycle will be required to complete a new application. Information from the previous application cycle will be unavailable. It is recommended that all potential reapplicants print a copy of their 2016 application in preparation for the 2017 cycle.

Learn About ADEA AADSAS

 

 

 

Pathways to Success

challenges ahead

Keep the stress of applying to dental school in perspective.

Learn How

 

students

Applying to dental school? Don't forget to purchase the 2015–16 ADEA Official Guide to Dental Schools, available in print and online.

Buy Now

 

webinar

Did you miss our webinar for high school students interested in dentistry? Watch the recording now!

Watch Now

 

 

ADEA GoDental | 655 K Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20001 | (202) 289-7201


View our Privacy Policy. Sniff, sniff. We hate to see you go, but if you must: Unsubscribe here..

Facebook

Twitter

YouTube

Twitter

 

Subscribe to This Newsletter

 

 
 

 

8.  Primary Care Physicians Who Graduated from U.S. Medical Schools:  Trends in Specialty, Gender, and Race and Ethnicity (Analysis in Brief, from the AAMC, October 2015).  

Analysis in Brief

Primary Care Physicians Who Graduated from U.S. Medical Schools: Trends in Specialty, Gender, and Race and Ethnicity

In recent years, a prominent physician workforce issue in the United States has been that the supply of physicians does not match societal needs, including in primary care specialties. This Analysis in Brief reviews the trends of primary care physicians for MDs who graduated from LCME-accredited U.S. medical schools over the past three decades, paying special attention to the specialties of family/general medicine, general internal medicine, and pediatrics; differences in gender and race and ethnicity; and the proportion of primary care physicians by race and ethnicity. Results show, for example, that from 1980 to 1992, the annual number of MD physicians who graduated from medical schools and went on to practice primary care was around 4,000, and between 1993 and 1999 these numbers increased. However, in 2002 the trend began to decline, and the annual numbers dropped below 4,000 between 2003 and 2007. Results also show that although the trend has fluctuated, racial and ethnic minority physicians are more consistently practicing primary care than their Asian and white physician counterparts. Myriad factors could help address the physician shortage issue, but one factor suggested by this analysis is relative to the supply of primary care physicians: the group of racial and ethnic medical school graduates. Minority medical school students have been shown as major contributors to the primary care physician workforce in the United States. Therefore, if more minority students are enrolled in medicine, it will hold significance for the supply of primary care physicians.

Analysis in Brief Chart

Read Analysis in Brief (PDF)


www.aamc.org/data/aib

Analysis in Brief presents recent findings from the AAMC’s data collection and research activities in a concise, easy-to-read report. Published several times a year, it addresses a wide range of topics and trends that affect medical schools and teaching hospitals.

 

9.  This year’s focus of the 2015 OneHealth Conference at UAMS, Little Rock:  Antimicrobial Stewardship, Saturday, November 14.  

https://static.ctctcdn.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

Come to the 2015 OneHeath Conference: This year's focus--Antimicrobial Stewardship!

 

http://files.ctctcdn.com/5ef0c4a4301/e90775f1-ce6d-458b-b9ba-c1149845588f.jpg

 

https://static.ctctcdn.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

"OneHealth provides a tremendously useful model to understand how human, animal, and environmental health outcomes are intertwined.

Efforts to utilize this model in Arkansas have largely been led by our veterinary sciences colleagues, but it is crucial that physicians, nurses, and pharmacists become more engaged with the OneHealth initiative, both within the state and on a national level."

 

Nate Smith, MD, MPH

Director and State Health Officer

Arkansas Department of Health

 

https://static.ctctcdn.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

 

Continuing education information available here

 

This program is appropriate for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, members of the food production industry, and other clinical practitioners and public health professionals.



 

https://static.ctctcdn.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

 

Interested in hosting an IVN (interactive video network) site for this event?

Contact the UAMS Office of Continuing Education for more information.

CJFoster@uams.edu

501.661.7962

 

https://static.ctctcdn.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

https://imgssl.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

Forward this email


http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/SafeUnsubscribe_Footer_Logo_New.png

This email was sent to seisen@cbu.edu by cmeconf@uams.edu |  

Update Profile/Email Address | Rapid removal with SafeUnsubscribe| About our service provider.

http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/CC_Footer_Logo_New.png


UAMS OCME
| 4301 W. Markham St | Slot 525 | Little Rock | AR | 72205

https://imgssl.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif

 

10.  Ring Container Technologies, headquartered in Oakland, TN, has structured a $500,000 Challenge Matching Grant with the Wolf River Conservancy in order to assist us in acquiring and protecting additional wetlands in the Wolf River Watershed.

Preserving the Wonder of the Wolf

 

http://www.wolfriver.org/assets/2227/mm-logo-2015.png

 

 

Ring Challenge Grant

            Ring Container Technologies, headquartered in Oakland, TN, has structured a $500,000 Challenge Matching Grant with the Wolf River Conservancy in order to assist us  in acquiring and protecting additional wetlands in the Wolf River Watershed.

            The "Triple Z" property is the first project ( or phase) of this challenge. Our goal is to raise $250,000 toward the acquisition and protection of this strategically important property containing 215 acres of unspoiled wetlands on the south side of the Wolf River, which Ring Container Technologies will match dollar for dollar. 

By securing this property, we will protect a 4,000 acre area of contiguous, preserved wetland, as the map illustrates below.

We are calling on our members and friends of the Wolf River Conservancy and asking that you please give generously knowing that every dollar you give will save $3.46 worth of unspoiled wetlands now and for future generations.

Please visit wolfriver.org/ring-challenge-grant to make your gift.

http://wolfriver2014.sitewrench.com/assets/2227/ring_challenge_thermometer.png

http://wolfriver2014.sitewrench.com/assets/2227/rsz_triple_z.jpg

(Proposed land purchase is highlighted in red)

 

..........................

 

We want your opinion on the Wolf River Greenway! Participate in our online survey by clicking here.

http://wolfriver2014.sitewrench.com/assets/2227/rsz_1greenway_map_11x17_12-15-2014.jpg

.........................


Save the Date for Our 2015 Annual Meeting

http://wolfriver2014.sitewrench.com/assets/2227/rsz_annual_gathering_2015_4x6_invitation-2_1.jpg

Join us for our special 2015 Annual Meeting in celebration of the Wolf River Conservancy's 30th Anniversary at the Memphis Botanic Garden's Hardin Hall! We will be highlighting our achievements and recognizing special foundations, sponsors, and volunteers who have generously supported us throughout the year. 

 

Be sure to add "wrc@wolfriver.org" to your address book.

Click here to view this email online.

Blank Image

 

Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Biology Department
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN 38104
E-mail: seisen@cbu.edu
http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/ 
Caduceus Newsletter Archives: http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/Caduceus.html