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Welcome to IUSM Student News: MSC Update

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Spring 2018 MSC Update

Hello everyone and welcome to the first edition of IUSM Student News! This weekly newsletter will be your one-stop-shop for all the important information you need to know about Medical Student Council (MSC), student affairs, curriculum updates and more!

P.s. this newsletter is a place for you to exchange information with your peers, so use this form to submit content from your campus or student group to be included in one of the next editions!

Here are some more Spring 2018 updates from MSC:

Communications Projects
We’re working closely with IU School of Medicine’s Office of Strategic Communications to launch several new platforms this year. Some projects include: statewide campus resource guides, student takeovers on the IUSM Instagram account (follow @iumedschool), IUSM student blogs, and this new weekly newsletter to (gradually) replace individual listerv emails. Have ideas or feedback? Contact Whitney Walker!

Peace and Reflection Room
The MS4 class has developed a Peace and Reflection Room in loving memory of Sarah Elsarrag. The Class of 2018 will be hosting an open house in the new Peace and Reflection Room Tuesday, March 6 from 4 – 6 pm in Gatch 600. RSVP now!

Interview Day
This year’s Interview Day will be held in April to allow all students the opportunity to apply for committee positions at a time that does not interfere with the Step 1 exam period. Details to come.

Y2Q Survey Update
Thank you to the MS2’s for filling out the Y2Q survey, we surpassed our goal by beating the national average! As a token of appreciation, the MSE office has offered to make a donation to the Class of 2020 Match Day and 2YS funds!

Spring MSC General Meeting Dates
January 24, February 21, and April 18 at 6:00 pm. Want to learn more about how you can be involved or make your voice heard? Contact MSC President Julie Bittar at jmbittar@iu.edu.

We hope to keep a consistent and organized stream of communication across the state, so be on the lookout for more school-wide updates. Good luck with your studies, rotations, and interviews!

-MSC

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