School of Dental Medicine
Meghann Dombroski, D10, has quite a few reasons why she chose Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. But she may say it best when she notes, “The feeling I got when I interviewed here, I instantly felt at home.”
Each year, about 180 students join Tufts Dental School from all over the country. Located in Boston, the school offers a wide variety of programs including endodontics, periodontology, general dentistry and public health and community service.
In the video below, Meghann talks in detail about why and how she chose Tufts:
The class of 2012 at Tufts School of Dental Medicine decided to have a little fun before saying goodbye to all those pesky graduation requirements. In a newly-released video, these recent grads provide a humorous and lighthearted take on filling cavities, making dentures, and more–all to the tune of Jack Johnson’s “Sitting, Waiting, Wishing” (as well as a little help from the Psycho soundtrack). For new dental students, the video provides an insightful look into the day-to-day activities that take place at Tufts’ downtown campus. For the rest of us, it’s all about the dancing, laughing, and fun music–who knew that dental school could be this entertaining?
Watch the video here:
Posted by Kimberly Moniz in Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Dental Medicine, School of Engineering, School of Medicine, The Fletcher School, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Video on May 18, 2012
Ever wonder how President Monaco takes his tea (spoiler alert: he doesn’t like tea) or what it’s like to live in Gifford House? Before his first commencement here at Tufts on Sunday, check out this “Interview with President Monaco” and get a glimpse into the life of Tony Monaco and his first year at Tufts:
Note: Though recently posted, this video was filmed earlier this year.
Grad students from the Class of 2011 Tufts School of Dental Medicine created a spoof video reinventing the Twilight Saga to fit into the context of their lives as students. The plot of the video revolves around the protagonist’s desire to gain her fangs through “new crowns,” rather than a vampire bite. The surrogate Edward Cullen must get the crowns sent out before the day is over in order to get his new love what she wants. So while you’re waiting for the next real Twilight movie to come out, this loose interpretation of the series is sure to garner a few laughs.
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Professor of Endodontics Charles Rankin at Tufts School of Dental Medicine leads this auto-tuned performance in celebration of “D-1-1” — that is, the School of Dental Medicine Department of Endodontics Class of 2011.
Posted by Georgy Cohen in Active Citizenship, Community, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Dental Medicine, School of Engineering, School of Medicine, Student Experience, Students, The Fletcher School, Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Video on May 16, 2011
Tufts President Lawrence Bacow was recently awarded the Under the Roof Leadership award for his work with the Somerville Homeless Coalition. This tribute video, presented by the Homeless Coalition, honors Bacow for his commitment to community service and active citizenship. As both an individual and the leader of the Tufts community, Bacow has taken a personal investment in getting involved in causes like the Homeless Coalition, and his initiative has inspired many others to do the same. Bacow explains the importance of the cause:
One way of measuring the justness of a society is [looking at] how it treats the most vulnerable among us…I think it’s important that we reach out, that we don’t turn a blind eye — that we try and engage, and that we try and help. And I am proud of what the university has been able to do to support the Homeless Coalition.”
Here’s the video honoring Bacow’s contribution:
Posted by Georgy Cohen in Active Citizenship, Community, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Environment, Faculty, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Dental Medicine, School of Engineering, School of Medicine, Student Experience, Students, The Fletcher School, Video on April 12, 2011
Tufts graduate student Elizabeth Mahaffy (A’11) and recent alumni Joseph Cutrufo (A’10) created a video called “Greening the Curriculum.” The video, which was produced in partnership with Tufts Institute of the Environment for the Tufts Environmental Literacy Institute, features conversations with students on the Medford/Somerville and Boston campuses about integrating environmental issues into Tufts classes. Both Mahaffy and Cutrufo are of the Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning program at Tufts.
Here’s the video:
Tufts grad students from a range of disciplines within the health sciences recently joined together for a night of trivia. A recent post on the Friedman School’s Slow Food Tufts blog tells of the event:
Here on the downtown Boston campus of Tufts, we have several separate schools full of grad students working towards degrees in the health sciences (nutrition, dentistry, public health, medicine, biomedical science, and more). While we all pass by each other in the library and around campus, it’s not often that we have events involving more than one school. This all changed on a recent Thursday night, when students from the Friedman, Dental, Medical, PHPD, and Sackler programs came together to test their trivia knowledge! With questions submitted by professors from various disciplines, as well as some pop culture and Boston-specific trivia, everyone had their chance to shine – and to be occasionally stumped.”