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Graduating medical students write letters of hope and advice to incoming third-years in the annual Letters to a Third-Year Student.
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Students and faculty at the School of Medicine participate in an array of events to promote learning and professionalism for the school and the community at large. Events such as Cafe Scientifique and Mini-Med engage the community in the Denver area and throughout Colorado. Matriculation and Match Day focus on our students and their future.
Every spring, dozens of medical students gather in a hotel ballroom in Denver to learn their future: Where will they serve their residency?
Check out the school's semi-annual publication highlighting our students, faculty and alumni with stories about their research, innovations, community outreach and success stories that set CU School of Medicine apart.
The White Coat Ceremony wrapped up a week of matriculation activities for 160 new students at the School of Medicine.
The School of Medicine 2013 class of MDs graduated on a warm, sunny May day on Boettcher Commons. Read about some of the graduates and watch the slide show of celebrations.
School of Medicine students competed for the College Cup in the first-ever Advisory College Spring Stampede. The competition included events as diverse as baking and racing.
An annual anthology of poetry, prose, photography and graphic art, The Human Touch reflects the experiences of the Anschutz Medical Campus community.
Health care students and families of body donors converged at an annual ceremony at Anschutz Medical Campus, where donors were honored for their gift to education and science.
Gather with fellow science aficianados over a beverage and snacks to hear about a wide variety of subjects from antibiotic-resistant MRSA to artistic Neanderthals.
Every fall, CU offers a series of free, non-credit classes to anyone interested in learning about medicine. Instructors from the School of Medicine teach on a variety of subjects include cell biology, neuroscience, immunology and cancer.
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