are invited to the 5th Annual MACHE Bowl, an interdisciplinary
student competition in which Graduate students from Wake Forest School of
Medicine, Wake Forest University, Winston Salem State University, University of
North Carolina Greensboro and Appalachian State University will compete in
three teams focusing on a complex health disparity case. The goal of this event
is to demonstrate the importance of interdisciplinary approaches to addressing
The MACHE Bowl is free and lunch is provided!
Class of 2017:
Friday, March 17, 2017—Match Day
Noon: letter opening ceremony at BGCME
1:00: Match Day Luncheon at The Millennium
Center, 101 West Fifth Street, Winston-Salem (student plus one guest receives
complimentary tickets, each additional ticket is $20.00).
Saturday, May 13, 2017—GradFest, school-wide party in
honor of the Class of
Noon-3:00 (with Awards Ceremony at 2:00pm), Bailey Park outside of the BGCME
(student plus 3 guests receives complimentary tickets, each additional ticket
Sunday, May 14, 2017—Hooding at Wait Chapel at Wake
4:30pm (no limit on number of guests – no RSVP or tickets required)
Monday, May 15, 2017—Commencement at Wake Forest
University, Hearn Plaza
9:00am (tickets will be limited to 8 per student).
*More details about registration, ticket orders, and RSVPs will come closer to the time of each activity.
Careers in Medicine:
This is a reminder that the Clinical and Research Opportunities
Database is available on the Careers in Medicine® website. It contains
information about summer and year round programs in the United States and
abroad that are available to medical students looking to gain valuable research
and clinical experience in a desired specialty or scientific area. Many of the
announcements about research and clinical opportunities that you receive on the
GSA listserve are included in this database.
The database allows you to search by program type, specialty
or topic, program duration and country, and includes fellowships, internships,
scholarships, and grants. A short description of the program is presented
along with a link to the program’s website for further information. The
Clinical and Research Opportunities data base can be found on the CiM website
(aamc.org/cim) under Choose Your Specialty > Explore Options > Clinical
and Research Opportunities. You can also access the database directly at https://www.aamc.org/cim/specialty/exploreoptions/clinicalandresearchopportunities/.
You must have a CiM account to access the resource.