Pictures From: Medical School 101 Dean Panel

A HUGE Thank You to the Participating Deans Dr. Jonathan Amiel of Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Dr. Carol Capello of Weill Cornell Medical College, Dr. Victoria Harnik of NYU School of Medicine, and Dr. Veronica Catanese of Hofstra NS-LIJ School of Medicine

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Vice President of Charles Drew, Cesar Rodriguez, leads the panel discussion

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Medical School 101 Dean Panel

Medical School 101 Dean Panel

 
Thursday, April 17th
 
Lerner C555
 
8:30PM 
Medical Schools Represented: Columbia, Weill Cornell, NYU, and Hofstra North Shore LIJ:

Are you currently applying to medical school, or plan to apply in the future? Interested in medical schools in New York City but don’t know which ones? Want to hear about what makes each medical school unique? Well, you’re not going to want to miss this event. On Thursday, April 17th there will be Deans and Directors from FOUR of the best medical schools in New York City to speak on why YOU should attend their medical school. They will talk about the curriculum at their various institutions, answer any burning questions you may have about their schools, admissions, the new MCAT, and more! This will be one of the last events of the school year and by far the most important so you’re not going to want to miss this!

Panelists:

1. Dr. Jonathan Amiel
Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

2. Dr. Carol Capello
Associate Director
Office of Curriculum and Educational Development
Weill Cornell Medical College

3. Dr. Victoria Harnik
Associate Dean for Curriculum
NYU School of Medicine

4. Dr. Veronica Cantanese
Vice Dean of Hofstra NS-LIJ School of Medicine

Pictures From: Big Sibs Mentorship Program – Kickoff Event!

This was the inaugural meeting for our Big Sibs Mentorship Program. Thank you to all of the medical students of BALSO (Black and Latino Student Organization) at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for coming to meet us!

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After getting some yummy pizza, the Columbia University undergrads separated into groups with a medical school student leader to talk about life in med school.

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Below are pictures of each family of undergrads with their med student leader.

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Perspectives on Successfully Applying to Medical School + Addressing Diversity In Academic Medicine

Charles Drew Event: Perspectives on Successfully Applying to Medical School + Addressing Diversity In Academic Medicine

Is Mount Sinai School of Medicine at the top of your list?

Would you like to hear about what it takes to gain acceptance to a top twenty medical school in the nation?
Please join the Charles Drew Premedical Society as we host:
 
Dr. Gary Butts

SENIOR ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR DIVERSITY PROGRAMS, POLICY AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS  at Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Thursday, April 3rd
8:10PM
Hamilton 602
You won’t want to miss this! There will be snacks!
 
 
 

Charles Drew Premedical Society Visits Harvard School of Medicine!

Charles Drew Premedical Society Visits Harvard School of Medicine!
 
We are hosting a day trip to Harvard School of Medicine on Friday March 28th.  
    
This trip will consist of an informational/networking session, student life panel,  lunch, and tour of the Harvard Medical School Campus, all provided by the medical school.
We will be traveling by Megabus round-trip and the cost of the bus tickets will partially be subsidized by Charles Drew.  Therefore, the round-trip cost will be $30.
There are a limited number of slots available.  Please sign up here ASAP, if you agree to come and also pay $30 for the subsidized bus fare cost.  Please sign up on the google form by this Wednesday March 5th so that we may confirm your spot.
If you have any questions, please email cucharlesdrew@gmail.com

 

Dr. Hilda Hutcherson Dean of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons

Is Columbia your dream medical school?
Would you like to hear about what it takes to gain acceptance to a top ten medical school in the nation?
Please join the Charles Drew Premedical Society as we host:

 
Dr. Hilda Hutcherson
 
Dean of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons
 
Topic: “What Does It Take to Be A Stellar Applicant?”
Check out the Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/222162274643103/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=calendar

You won’t want to miss this!
Tuesday, March 4th
8:10PM
Hamilton 602

Pictures From: Mentoring in Medicine

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Dr. Lynne Holden introduces the Mentoring in Medicine program to us.

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Dr. Lynne Holden tells us about the Mentoring in Medicine program

Dr. Irwin Dannis had many uplifting stories to tell us about students who got into medical school despite some weaknesses on their application. It's about the whole package, and there are always ways to make up for any weaknesses you may have!

Dr. Irwin Dannis had many uplifting stories to tell us about students who got into medical school despite some weaknesses on their application. It’s about the whole package, and there are always ways to make up for any weaknesses you may have!

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Dr. Irwin Dannis had many surprising statistics on medical school admissions to share with us.

Dr. Irwin Dannis had many surprising statistics on medical school admissions to share with us.

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Karole volunteers to read some admissions statistics from her computer.

Karole volunteers to read some admissions statistics from her computer.

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Thank you, Dr. Dannis and Dr. Holden!

The Medical School Application with Dr. Lynne Holden and Dr. Irwin Dannis from the Mentoring in Medicine Program

The Medical School Application with Dr. Lynne Holden and Dr. Irwin Dannis

from the Mentoring in Medicine Program 

Thursday, February 20th

Time: 8:10 PM

Location: 602 Hamilton 

 

Are you applying to medical school this summer or in the future?

Are you confused about where to begin with your personal statement?

Do you know what to say and what not to say during your medical school interviews?

Are confused about when primary and secondary applications are due?

Please join Charles Drew as we help to answer all these questions and more! Dr. Lynne Holden and Dr. Irwin Dannis from the Mentoring in Medicine Program will be provide details on everything you need to know for the medical school application process and how to make yourself a stellar applicant.

 

See you there!

 

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/361412494001382/?notif_t=plan_user_joined