White Coat Ceremony

Witness, Advocate, Exchange, Improve

Written by Anne Dougherty, M.D.’09
Today, I want to tell you a story about a girl named, Gladyness.  I met Gladyness when she was eight years-old.  I was between my first and second year of medical school and had finagled my way into working in a small rural primary care clinic in Kasese, Uganda on the western border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Sit Down and Listen

Written by Marvin Klikunas, M.D.
What a joy it is to be here with all of you as this class of future doctors begins their medical journey. It certainly brings back a lot of memories. By virtue of being near the end of my journey in medicine, I get to tell you a couple of things that have made the journey worthwhile for me.