WeeklyWire Archive June 3-7 2024 (2024)

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Class Information- All Classes

  • Tell Us About Your Pet!Do you have a pet you love? Larner is planning a pet spotlight series on social media. Please submit a high-quality photo along with your name/pronouns /area of study/class year, pet's name, age, breed/species, and 1-paragraph description. Example spotlight: Meet Scooby, our first Larner Pet Spotlight of the semester! Scooby is a chatty five-year-old great dane who belongs to M1 student John Glenn. Scooby loves watching birds and squirrels through the window, scrounging for scraps of pizza, and bouncing for attention. John attests that Scooby is incredibly curious and sweet, and his "best friend in the whole world". Submit photos and descriptions toMargie Brenner, Digital Content Specialist.
  • Facilities Update-Saturday, June 8, 6:00AM-1:00PM, Given Building.On Saturday, June 8 from 6:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Physical Plant staff and contractors will be completing work on steam lines in Given that will affect HSRF and part of Firestone. During this shutdown, heat and domestic hot water will be off-line.

Class of 2025

  • Co2025:ERAS and Careers in Medicine (CiM) are partnering for a new series of specialty-specific webinars for medical school advisors and residency applicants. Each webinar includes a program director and an advisor who will share best practices in preparation for the 2025 ERAS application season. You can access the webinar registration links here:

Pediatrics,Tuesday, June 11 at 2 p.m. ET

Internal Medicine,Thursday, June 27 at 2 p.m. ET

General Surgery,Wednesday, July 10 at 2 p.m. ET

Emergency Medicine,Thursday, July 25 at 2 p.m. ET

Find other key information about the 2025 ERAS application season including upcoming events on.

Class of 2026

  • More information coming soon!

Class of 2027

  • Co2027- Share Words of Wisdom with the Incoming Class of 2028-Submissions are due by 5PM EST July 19th, 2024.The LCOM Student Council asks for students of the Class of 2027 to share any advice or Words of Wisdom that they might have for the incoming class of 2028. Feel free to submit more than 1 submissionat this link.

Class of 2028

  • Co2028: Off-Campus Living - UVM Office of Student & Community Relations (OSCR):UVM OSCRhas a robust website with many resources including but not limited to how to find local housing, community in neighborhoods, and support in off-campus spaces. The Office of Student & Community Relations has a robust website with many PDFs and pages about how to find local housing, community in neighborhoods, and support in off-campus spaces.Their resources pageis incredibly extensive, including rent & housing assistance, food insecurity resources, utilities in BTV, community-oriented ways to spend free time, and more! We recommend saving this page for future reference this summer, as it is a wonderfully helpful masterlist of resources.

Upcoming and Ongoing Opportunities

  • Fun and Flexible Family Needs Extra Help- Inquire Now!We are looking for some extra hands for our son Will as he transitions out of high school and into the working/college world. He is very excited to be starting THINK COLLEGE through UVM in the fall. We are looking for a job coach and also general help as he goes out and explores the community. A reliable car is important. We have several set dates and times that we need help with but will also need help other times and are flexible to work around any schedules. Will is a fun and easy going young adult. He loves going out and meeting people. Will is a BIG sports fan. His favorites include all things UVM, New York & Big Ten, but also loves the local sports stars. You absolutely do not have to be a sports fan, but you may become one! If you are interested,please reach out.We would love to hear from you and chat more. Pay through ARIS Solution and is flexible.
  • TheHarold S.GeneenCharitable Trust Awards Program for Coronary Heart Disease Researchis now accepting pre-proposals through the InfoReady Review portal. This program supports research in the area of the prevention of coronary heart disease or circulatory failure, and improving care for these patients. The program focuses on basic and translational scientific research. Clinical studies are currently ineligible. Applications examining the intersection of coronary heart disease and/or congestive heart failure and COVID-19 or similar viral illnesses are highly encouraged to apply.Pre-proposals are due Friday, June 7that 11:59 pm.Please submit applications using theUVM InfoReady Review Portal.


  • Empty Bowls- June 5th, 5:30-7:30PM, Hoehl Gallery. Join us for a sweet treat and a good cause! Purchase a ticket to enjoy a delicious bowl of ice cream and take home a handmade ceramic bowl. All proceeds benefit Feeding Chittenden. Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for general public.More information and sign up link here.
  • Eat on SNAP Challenge- Thursday, June 6 (with other events throughout the week of 6/3!)The Eat on SNAP Challenge is back!During the week of 6/3, Lifestyle Medicine SIG and SJC have organized interactive food events to increase awareness of food insecurity in Burlington, VT. Thursday 6/6 is the day of our challenge where our food budget is $6.50 a day. Through this experience, the goal is to develop awareness and empathy about the difficulties of food access. Join us and stay tuned about specific events through class discord! Theschedule of eventsand theGood and Cheap cookbookare linked in this sentence.
  • Restorative Justice and Healthcare: A Discussion with Dr. Abigail Crocker-Thursday, June 6, 12-1:00PM, MedEdCenter 201 Small Group Room.The Impact for Incarceration SIG is hosting Dr. Abigail Crocker, the Director of Research for the National Center on Restorative Justice and a UVM professor, to provide a talk on the intersection between restorative justice in the carceral system and healthcare. Event primary contacts are :Jake Reigle(jake.reigle@med.uvm.edu ) andTeddyHarrington.
  • Last Coffee/Tea/Cooper Hour Before Summer!Friday, June 14, 7:30-8:15 AM, Given Courtyard outside N100. Hello students and faculty, Dean Zehle would like to invite you to stop by before class/rotations to join her for coffee/tea/cocoa. Feel free to stop by for a chat, catch up on events, share a story – whatever you would like to talk about – or simply feel free to grab a drink and head off to start your day! She often hosts special guests and looks forward to seeing you whenever you are able to come by. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to her Executive Assistant,Colleen Casefor more information.

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