Christian Brothers University
Caduceus Newsletter: Spring 2017.12, Week of April 10
Thursday, April 20 is the date for this year’s Dinstuhl’s Gourmet Chocolate Tasting Session, from 2-3:30 p.m., in the Montesi Room of Buckman Hall! YOWZA!!
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Events coming up.
1. Events coming up.
· Thursday, April 20: It’s the Annual Dinstuhl’s Gourmet Chocolate Tasting Session, from 2-3:30 p.m. in the Montesi Room of Buckman Hall!
Here is your opportunity to learn about chocolate:
· The history of chocolate;
· How are where the cacao plant is grown;
· How the pods are harvested, fermented and roasted;
· How to enjoy the sound, the aroma, and finally, the flavor of white, milk and dark chocolate.
Our guide will be Ms. Marian Hughes, manager of the Laurelwood location. Door prizes will be awarded!!
Here are some pictures from previous events:
· April 18-21: Ms. Debbie Driscoll, J.D., Sr. Admissions Officer for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing will be in Nashville to meet with prospective students.
Hello Dr. Eisen,
I will be recruiting for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Nashville April 18-21, and wanted to encourage any of your high-achieving students who might be interested in our Master’s Entry into Nursing program to reach out to me. This a Master’s level program for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing, who are considering transitioning to a career in nursing. More information about the Master’s Entry into Nursing program can be found on our website: http://nursing.jhu.edu/academics/programs/pre-licensure/masters-entry/
Thank you in advance for helping me to get the message out to your students.
Debbie Driscoll, J.D. |Sr. Admissions Officer
Office of Admissions
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
#1 Master’s Degree, U.S. News & World Report, 2017
· Friday, April 21: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Philadelphia campus is hosting its DO Open House.
· Wednesday, April 26: American Physical Therapy Association’s DPT Education Virtual Fair.
You are encouraged to register today for the free DPT Education Virtual Fair scheduled on April 26! More than 50 programs across the US will participate in this live event. Please share the graphic below or direct your students to the fair registration website. Our partner, CareerEco, is available to respond to questions about the fair at email@example.com.
Libby J. Ross, MA, Director, Academic Services
· Wednesday, April 26: University of Memphis Health Care Research Journal Club Presents Healthcare in a Changing Environment: Connecting Patients to Services
Healthcare in a Changing Environment: Connecting Patients to Services
Shantelle Leatherwood, MHA,CMPE
Chief Executive Officer
Christ Community Health Services
Time: Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. and presentation at 12:00 noon
Place: Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis, Room 263.
Please RSVP Janis Lamar at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, April 21, 2017.
Program Host: Cyril Chang, Methodist Le Bonheur Center for Healthcare Economics
Cyril F. Chang, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Director
· Friday, May 5, 2017. Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (Stratford, N.J.) Open House.
"The door is open… Step inside and explore New Jersey’s only Osteopathic medical school!"
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, (RowanSOM) will open its' doors for our Annual Open House on May 5th, 2017 from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Hear from our esteemed faculty, students, and research physicians about the amazing opportunities at New Jersey’s only osteopathic medical school. There will be campus tours, OMM demonstrations, a “Q&A” session with admissions as well as free food. You don't want to miss this opportunity!!!
Register today using this link from our website ------ > http://www.rowan.edu/som/education/admissions/openHouse_form.php
See you there!!!
Ronald M. Braxton II
Assistant Director of Admissions
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
113 East Laurel Road
PO Box 1011
Stratford, NJ 08084
· Monday, August 21, 2017: TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE! How awesome is that?
2. The National Cancer Institute has released its Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975-2014, Featuring Survival.
3. While the European Chemicals Agency agrees that glyphosate (the active ingredient in Round Up and other herbicides) causes serious eye damage and is toxic to aquatic life with long-lasting effects, it does NOT meet the criteria to classify it as a carcinogen, a mutagen, or as toxic for reproduction.
Whew, what a relief, right?
4. AACOM will host a student recruitment event (Osteopathic Medicine: FutureDOdoctor Event) at their upcoming annual conference on Wed. Apr. 26, 5pm-9pm in Baltimore, MD.
Stephanie D. Wurth, Director
of Application Services, Recruitment & Student Affairs
5. The seventeenth annual summer course in Human Anatomy for Undergraduates will be offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine this June.
6. The Compound Management group in the Department of Chemical Biology & Therapeutics at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is offering a summer internship opportunity.
Compound Management is a collaboration center within the Department of Chemical Biology and Therapeutics that offers compound acquisition, storage, reformatting, and delivery to collaborators both inside and outside of St. Jude. The center maintains and provides processing of a chemical inventory of over 800,000 registered compounds across greater than 6 million containers. Currently seeking two individuals with a desire to gain experience using automated liquid handlers and storage facilities, compound storage/reformatting, and operating within a research environment. Individuals should possess qualities of attention to detail, critical thinking, basic programming knowledge, and Excel experience.
Resumes can be sent to: email@example.com .
Julian D. Earl, CAPM, MOS, CAP
Chemical Biology and Therapeutics
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
7. Spring is in Full Swing at Shelby Farms Park!
8. Marginalia: While we’re on the subject of Dinstuhl’s Gourmet Chocolate, here are
20. All the good Chocolate isn’t already taken.
19. Chocolate never leaves the seat up.
18. Chocolate is easily molded.
17. All your friends understand what you see in it.
16. Every Chocolate is rich.
15. Its sole purpose is to give you pleasure.
14. When you’ve had enough Chocolate, you can put it away in its box.
13. Chocolate might make you fat, but it can’t make you pregnant.
12. You can spot the nutty ones immediately.
11. PMS only makes you appreciate it more.
10. With Chocolate, you can admit that size really matters.
9. You don’t have to go clubbin’ to pick up Chocolate.
8. Your mother will never say it’s not good enough for you.
7. If you and your best friend like the same Chocolate, it’s not a problem.
6. Chocolate can be sweet without having ulterior motives.
5. You can have more than one Chocolate a day, and nobody will call you a skank.
4. You always know where your Chocolate is.
3. If you want to make it hard, you just stick it in the fridge.
2. With Chocolate, you never have to fake being satisfied!
1. Chocolate is always there for you when you need it!
Dr. Stan Eisen,
Memphis, TN 38104
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