Gratitude fills the halls of our School of Dentistry! Watch our "What Are You Thankful For" video and join us in celebrating the countless blessings that make our dental community extraordinary. Happy Thanksgiving! #SODThankful #HappyThanksgiving #DentalFamily
Saturday mornings aren`t just for sleeping in! Some of our dental students chose to kickstart their weekend with a sweat session at @purenrgcycle for this month`s Wellness Week. A free class offered by our Student Health and Wellness committee allowed them to try something new, bond with classmates and get an amazing workout. Their post-workout smiles say it all - fun was had and goals were met!
Today, the School of Dentistry honored our veterans and military service members with a special breakfast and wellness walk. Thank you for your unwavering dedication to both our country and the dental profession. #VeteransDay #ThankYou
We sure do have a lot of talent at our school! The Music Society held its first lunch recital today in the atrium, where we enjoyed music by few of our student musicians. Thank you for sharing with us. The next recital is planned for Dec. 6.
Big congratulations to our incredible D1 and DH1 students as they marked a momentous occasion at their white coat ceremony today! 🎉 Your hard work and dedication have brought you here, and we are incredibly proud of your achievements. Keep shining and making a positive impact on the world!
In less than 24 hours, our D1s and DH1s will be donning these white coats as they embark on the journey of their dental and dental hygiene careers. These coats symbolize their commitment to the profession and the compassionate care they will provide to their future patients.
We`re excited to witness this significant moment and the bright futures that lie ahead. Stay tuned for more updates as we celebrate their achievements! 🎉
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