Sangamon County's finest young artists are featured in the student art exhibit on display in SIU's Medical Library. Come browse the drawings, sculptures, paintings and media that a jury of art instructors has curated just for us. A reception honoring the elementary, middle and high school students will be held in the library at 4:30 pm Friday, May 3, followed by an award ceremony in the South and West Auditoriums.
SIU School of Medicine is hosting a book drive to collect new and gently used books for the Enos students to enjoy over the summer. Drop off books suitable for grades K - 5 using the blue Enos bins around campus or at the Office of Marketing and Communication, 801 North Rutledge, Room 2388. Examples include mystery and adventure, magic, sci fi, super heroes, humor, animals/pets, and series.
Join the Academy for Scholarship in Education for its 10th Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning on April 26, 2019. The symposium is dedicated to showcasing innovations in teaching and learning in medicine, improvements in delivering community-based education, and advances in technology and simulation.
Register online. More information about this event will be added as it becomes available.
The SIU Graduate Medical Education Committee is proud to present the SIU SOM Quality Improvement Poster Symposium and Competition. This event will publicly recognize the quality improvement projects that are being done by SIU SOM residents and fellows. Monetary awards will be given for the top three quality improvement projects in addition to an Innovation Award.
For more informatiom, please contact Kristie Parkins at email@example.com.
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Can we decrease the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other cognitive impairment as we age? Accumulating evidence indicates that there are a wide variety of lifestyle risk and protective factors that affect cognition and brain health. This conference will present useful, empirically-based information regarding risk and protective factors for healthy versus unhealthy brain/cognitive aging.
This program is designed for clinicians, researchers, and other professionals in health care, wellness and aging.
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On Wednesday, May 8, SIU is hosting a campus-wide casual day to benefit Camp COCO, the Children's Oncology Camp on Lake Bloomington that SIU Pediatrics runs each summer.
Wear jeans and give generously through your casual day coordinator or send donations directly to Amy Gustafson at MC 9658. Checks should be made out to Camp COCO.
SIU Center for Family Medicine is hosting a COED slow pitch softball game to raise awareness and celebrate prevention efforts for opioid misuse as part of National Prevention Week.
All SIU School of Medicine employees and their families are welcome.
Simmon's Cancert Institute at SIU (SCI) invites you to celebrate in an expression of hope and peace. The SCI's butterfly release is a beautiful way to honor the living and celebrate the memory of loved ones by sponsoring a butterfly in their names.