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Welcome to the Texas A&M Pre-Medical Society!

We are a student-run organization at Texas A&M that is committed to providing our members with a way to learn more about the medical profession. Through our society, students will have the opportunity to learn from various experts in the medical field and leave with an increased awareness of current events in healthcare. Our society also organizes medical school visits, volunteering programs, special events, and panels, and serves as a resource for students seeking a career in medicine. By encouraging the physicians of tomorrow to work together today, the Texas A&M Pre-Medical Society does its part to build a spirit of cooperation - something that is becoming ever more necessary in the medical profession.

Our key goals are:

    • to educate and advise students on undergraduate, medical school, and career options in the medical field
    • to serve the community through various projects done as an organization
    • to work closely with the Office of Professional School Advising to prepare pre-medical students to be competitive applicants to medical school
    • to educate and inform members of the current state of medicine 
    • to ultimately make members the best possible medical school applicants

 

This Week in Pre-Med:

Tuesday: Pre-Med Meeting: Rudder 601: 7:00pm - Pre-Med officer elections for the 2014-15 school year.

Wednesday: Volunteering at Boys and Girls Club of Brazos* 4:30-6:30pm, 4.0 & Go Medical School Tips: 8:30pm in PSYC 108.

Thursday: Volunteering at St. Josephs Manor* 2:30-4:30pm

*Please remember to wear closed toed shoes, long pants (no leggings), and your Pre-Med shirt to all volunteering events.

*Directions to Boys and Girls Club and St. Joseph's can be found under the Volunteering tab.

*You MUST be a member and sign up at meetings to attend volunteering events.

 

What You Missed Last Time:

ECHO Meeting: Guest speaker Dr. Schydlower, Associate Dean of Admissions and Professor of Pediatrics at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in El Paso. Dr. Schydlower spoke about the school in general as well as its relatively recent history. He also emphasized student life in El Paso and spoke about great things that the city has to offer. 

For those who couldn't make it, a copy of the latest version of The Cad is available under the Meetings tab.
 
Not yet a member? Be sure turn in your membership form (found under the Membership tab) along with your dues at the next meeting so you can start earning points!
 

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Karen Hudson
Pre-Medical Society Advisor
khudson@tamu.edu
(979)847-8938

 

Shiva Reddy
Webmaster
imreddy@neo.tamu.edu