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Dean Haywood sent the below call to action for representation in our Medical Student Council (MSC). We hope you will consider running. Let us know if you are interested in a position and we will support!
Check out MSA's recent post on stress and burnout.
Here are upcoming events to help de-stress and recuperate:
1. Student Organization Leadership Development Session
Self-Care: Avoiding Burnout
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
IUPUI Campus Center 309
2. "A Guide to Less Stress" Sessions
1-hour sessions held at each IU location across the state
See session times and register here.
Welcome, Class of 2018! Hope everyone had a great summer! Here are a few exciting events to be aware of:
We've decided to cancel the April 16 general meeting since we don't have anything on the agenda, and historically there is low attendance at this time of year. MSC will reconvene in the fall.
Check out On Call's article here: http://iusm-oncall.com/2014/02/26/highlights-from-february-msc-meeting/
List of rooms with true MediaSite recorders + Video Conference:
List of rooms with true MediaSite recorders (cannot Video Conference):
Rooms with Video Conferencing capabilities which allow for recording and posting to MediaSite:
Fesler Hall 319
Aug. 27th, 6:30 pm, General Meeting, CE 405
Sept. 23rd, 6 pm, General Meeting, CE 405
Oct. 19th, Leadership Day and Executive Countil Elections
Nov. 20th, 6 pm, General Meeting, CE 405 (transitional meeting led by new executive council)
The meeting dates for the spring of 2013 are the following:
See you all there!!
Do you want to make an impact on your school? Serving as one of the Medical Student Council Executive Officers is a great way to do so! Any medical student from any year in good academic standing can run for one or more of the five executive positions. Candidates should write a one-page platform (details below) and speak at the next MSC meeting (Wed Nov 9, 3-5 minutes with questions).
Platforms are due on Wed Oct 26. Each candidate should write one platform, regardless of the number of positions he or she is running for. The platform should include:
Why the student is a good candidate for the position
Why the student wishes to hold the position
What specific ideas the student has for the position
Responsibilities for each position can be found here (click Member Responsibilities). Those interested are encouraged to contact the current officers to find out more about the positions.
Courtesy of the MSC, student leaders are now all eligible to apply for a Level 3 Competency in Professionalism. For complete details, please see the proposal.
The MSC has organized a Nuts and Bolts session for all medical student groups at 5pm Wed Nov 9 directly before the next MSC meeting. If you are or are seeking to be a registered group with IUPUI (requirements here) to apply for IUPUI funding or to get free color printing through the school, your group must send a representative to a Nuts and Bolts session for the year, fill out a renewal form, and submit an advisor agreement. If you can't make it to the MSC-sponsored Nuts and Bolts session, you can find a full list of sessions here.
Due to past confusion about the medical school's policy on student travel abroad, the existing policy has been reformatted and modified slightly for medical student use. For complete details on this policy, please see this document.
Each registered Student Interest Group (SIG) in Indianapolis has 60 free color copies per month through the Media Productions Center. If you are a representative of a SIG that needs copying, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your group's name, the number of copies you would like, and your attachment in .pdf format.
Please note that you must be registered through IUPUI for this service. If you are registered only through the Medical Student Council (MSC), you may contact one of the MSC Executive Council Officers to use some of the MSC's monthly allotment on a first come, first serve basis.
There has been a lot of confusion lately on how to connect to Video Bridge to join the MSC meeting from regional campuses, so we have created an instruction on how to connect from IU sites, non-IU sites, or your phone, adapted from ones provided by Digital Media Network Services.
These and other IT instructions have been added to the General Student Resources page. Please take a look at your convenience and let us know if there is any item you would like to add or if you notice an outdated item, and we will respond to your request swiftly.
We invite all students to join us. All meetings are teleconferenced to regional campuses.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
5:30-6:30pm - Campus Center 310
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
5:30-6:30pm - Campus Center 406
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 (Elections)
5:00-7:00pm - Campus Center 307
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
5:30-6:30pm - Campus Center 307
MSC exec board had a teleconference meeting with the Student Computer Task Force and the Website Development Team on Apr 14. Here is an action list (with the person in charge) that came out. Thanks to Peter Baenziger for organizing the list!
RotatingRoom.com is a sublet website created by students for students. Take advantage of Google map searches, automated sublet pages with public transit directions and panoramic street views, and much more. Features dozens of medical schools and hospitals around the country, and automatically searches for sublets from neighboring institutions! Indiana University Sublets are included for those coming from out of town.
It is with great honor that we announce the newly elected IUSM Medical Student Council Leaders.
We were pleased by the exceptional candidates that ran for office, and have no doubt that these elected leaders will serve our school exceptionally.
We would also like to thank the outgoing co-officers for their hard work and dedicated service throughout the year:
This site is run by the IUSM Medical Student Council. It is a great resource to navigate your way to various medical student resources! You can also learn about the multitude of Student Interest Groups, Specialty Councils, and student government leadership. So remember to share iusom.org with your colleagues as well!
Don't forget to visit the Medical Student Affairs site for incoming 1st years: New Student Checklist Your predecessors have also devoted countless hours to creating a Survival Guide to help you through your first year. Don't miss out!