Tuesday, July 17, 2018 to Saturday, September 22, 2018
Urban Arts Space
Reception: September 8 | 5—7 PM
Walkthroughs with curator Anne Keener
Tuesday, July 17 | 2 PM
Saturday, September 8 | 4 PM
Admission is free and open to the public for all events
Pattern Thinking: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Tom and Cynthia Schneider with Contributions by Nancy Crow, Anne Keener and Maija Miettinen brings together artworks created by Indigenous Australian artists and United States-based artists to offer an in-depth look at the history, development, influences, and impacts of Australian Aboriginal art. The exhibition is curated by scholar and artist Anne Keener.
Find more information on this amazing exhibit here!
Between studying, figuring out how to use Vitals, and finding the underground tunnels or the scrub office, the first year of medical school can be overwhelming if you don’t have someone to turn to.
Luckily, each year a group of amazing OSUCOM M2s volunteer to be mentors to students in the M1 class! These M2 mentors help guide M1s through the intricacies of med school.
First year students interested in being paired with an M2 mentor should fill out the this form by August 8, 2018 at noon. The M1-M2 Mentor Reveal will be at 6:30 pm in Meiling 160 on August 8, 2018. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
We hope to see you there!
Featuring: Gentle Yoga with Maryanna Klatt
July 18, 2018
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Noon – 1:00 PM
Lobby of Meiling Hall
370 West 9th Avenue
Join us as we welcome two members of our nationally recognized Hospital Poets leadership team in a special poetry session that will feature poems you love, poems you will discover and poetry that touches your heart. Charlene Fix and Anna Soter will be featured at the event.
This month, we are featuring Medical Anthropology, found in the glass cases in the entrance to Graves Hall. If you are unable to check them out directly, we have a few photos here to help out.
At our annual Honors Gala, we give special thanks to our donors. First, the OSU College of Medicine, the OSU COM Alumni Society, and the OSU Wexner Center Service Board, who have been instrumental in our founding and in sustaining our programs. We also thank our loyal individual donors who have supported us from the beginning either through payroll deductions or donations for special events. You have all helped us bring the Medicine and the Arts Endowment Fund into reality and you have helped keep our programming strong.
As you may know, you may make a donation to the Medicine and the Arts Endowment Fund (644807) or to the Current Use Fund (313778) through the OSU Foundation. You may give to the general fund in each category or designate your contribution to a particular area including. For further information on giving to a specific Humanism in Medicine program, please contact us.