When Erinne Kennedy, MMSc2019, PD18 was growing up in Middleport, Ohio, she never imagined someone from her hometown of 2,500 people—let alone herself—would become the first of anything at Harvard. Kennedy recently became the first post-doctoral student in Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s MMSc in Dental Education Program.
Student Research Day at HSDM is an annual event where graduating dental students present their scholarly work and learn about the investigative work of their peers. This year’s event, held on April 9, provided students with the opportunity to showcase their research in poster sessions and interact with faculty, staff, and peers. ... Read more about Research Day Showcases Student’s Scholarly Work
We celebrate as we recall the past four years, already fogged over with the hazy joy of their culmination. We began alongside medical students in the TMEC amphitheater learning about the body and ourselves. We leave as capable clinicians.
We changed here in the same way people fall in love. Some of us in a rush and others with a slow realization, that who we are now is better than who we were four years ago. But we must not fool ourselves at home into thinking we simply came and conquered. Harvard...
The narrow, serpentine streets of Boston welcome hundreds of thousands of students per year who traverse the country and the globe to attend one of the city’s 35 institutions of higher learning. Students can get to know their new home-away-from-home in a number of ways.... Read more about Student-Savored Spots: Spring Edition
I spent the first two years of dental school struggling to solve a puzzle, and on March 25th of this year, I glanced around the lecture hall seconds before my final medical school exam and wondered if I succeeded. Did I manage to feel real here?
No cruelty exists the likes of which runs self-directed through a health professional student’s mind. Kings and queens of guilt, we preside over each moment grasping an efficiency gauge as if it were a scepter. But even worse, a dental student in medical school can quite easily feel like a...