The M2s are changing up the plans for formal this year. They are planning to have the event on the Spirit of Philadelphia and making it a river cruise. All the details are below. If you're interested please fill out their spreadsheet so they can get a sense about how many people would be coming.
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From: Sarah Schulte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 8:20 PM
Subject: FORMAL 2018 - sign up so we can get a head count!
As you might have seen on Facebook, we are working to have formal on the Spirit of Philadelphia this year!!! (see photo below)
The event will be held on Friday February 16, 2018 starting at 8 PM followed by a cruise down the Delaware River from 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM. The night will include full dinner, dessert, open bar, DJ and photographer.
In order to be able to better price tickets, we need a tentative count of how many people are interested in coming. If a private party on a boat with all your closest med school friends sounds like fun, please fill out this spreadsheet.
ENS, MC, USNR
MS2, Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Class of 2020
Remember that the vertical classroom is this week, on the topic of Sexism in Medicine. If you are available please come and share your perspective with the M1s and M2s. See the time and location below for each session by college.
Enjoy the first day of the second half of the year!
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From: Alex Gates <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Oct 27, 2017 at 1:36 PM
Subject: Vertical Classroom next week
Dear Class of 2019,
Next week in Doctoring will consist of interactive “vertical classroom” sessions in full Doctoring Colleges (M1s-M4s), where we will discuss “Sexism in Medicine" as part of the Professionalism and Professional Formation Thread. There are three short readings to do ahead of time, and there will be a brief in-class writing assignment based on personal experiences. M3s, M4s, are invited to submit their responses to Dr. Douglas Reifler or Dr. Kathleen Giangiacomo.
The goals are to raise our collective awareness of common forms of sexism that occur in medicine, to consider constructive ways to avoid perpetuating discrimination, and to brainstorm about how to respond when it occurs.
MD Candidate 2019
Lewis Katz School of Medicine