Diane Magrane, M.D., former associate dean for medical education at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, served as keynote speaker for the College’s Celebration of Gender Equity in Medicine and Science on March 4, 2021. Magrane, who is immediate past director of Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) and former Association of American Medical Colleges associate vice president for faculty development and leadership, delivered a keynote address, titled “Bystander or Advocate? Who Do You Choose to Be?” The following blog post is adapted from her talk.
Written by Louisa Moore ’24
The first woman enrolled at UVM’s medical school in 1921—exactly 100 years ago. Her name was Dorothy Lang, and she was a Vermonter, growing up less than 30 miles from Burlington in the small town of Cambridge, in the shadow of Mt. Mansfield. Read more
Written by Erik Zhang, Linda Cui, Lily Deng, Ying Loo, Natalie Qin
This year, February 12th marked the start of Lunar New Year. It is a time meant for reuniting with family, honoring our ancestors, and ushering in luck and prosperity. Traditionally a time of festivities and hope for the new year, this year’s celebrations were marred not only by the challenges of COVID-19, but also by a string of violence against the Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA) community. Read more