#GivingTuesday is December 3, 2019

Participate in WesternU’s #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. You and other alumni, faculty, staff, and current students are invited to make a gift to WesternU on #GivingTuesday. Spread the word by following WesternU and/or your favorite college on your personal social media accounts (Instagram and Facebook). Show your support for WesternU by sharing, forwarding emails, and engaging face-to-face with others about making a donation to WesternU on #GivingTuesday. To make your gift, please visit www.westernu.edu/giving.

Click on the links below to watch Giving Tuesday videos.

WesternU: https://youtu.be/DYMZwtGAMFg

College of Optometry: https://youtu.be/Rtklw7hk3wE

College of Dental Medicine: https://youtu.be/3z-dhOHV2NI

Why I give: https://youtu.be/gkXYQeTAw4k

Thank you: https://youtu.be/M9vSsXoONe8

 

From the College of Health Sciences:

Kudos on accomplishments
Josh Matacotta, PsyD, CAHIMS, served as a scientist reviewer for the Integrated Review Group panel for applications submitted for the second round of 2019 SBIR/STTR Neuro/Psychopathology, Lifespan Development, and STEM program, which is part of the Division of AIDS, Behavioral, & Population Sciences (DABP) Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior (RPHB-12).

 

From the College of Veterinary Medicine:

Kudos on accomplishments
CVM alumnus Mihail Kaminsky, DVM ’19, was recently accepted to an ophthalmology residency program at Eye Care for Animals. Dr. Kaminsky was especially thankful to Dr. Ohad Levi for his laparoscopy course which prepared him for this residency since the facility uses it to perform lap OEs on a regular basis and he feels at ease using the skills he learned here at WesternU CVM.

CVM Professor Ellen Collisson was elected President of the Friends of Malawi, an organization that includes return Peace Corps volunteers from Malawi and is dedicated to providing aid to the economic and educational development of Malawi.

 

From the Pumerantz Library:

Stacked!
The Winter 2019 issue of Stacked!, the Harriet K. and Philip Pumerantz Library newsletter, is now available. This issue features updates on the library redesign, mobile apps for rotations, a faculty copyright and plagiarism tutorial and much more. Click here to view the issue.