View photos from the 2013 University Affiliates Program Closing Ceremony.
About 10 Boston area colleges and universities are in the early stages of organizing an area chapter of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science. SACNAS is a mentoring society whose goal is to promote Hispanic, Chicano and Native American science students and early career trainees to attain advanced degrees, careers and leadership positions in science. SACNAS has been recognized as the leading minority serving scientific society by the National Academy of Sciences and was awarded the Presidential award for mentoring.
There is an information session about SACNAS for all interested students at all levels, postdocs and faculty this Thursday February 26 from 3-4 in Higgins 260.
March 11 Wellness Group meeting -- it promises to be extra special. The speaker for the March meeting is Dr. Lisha Fan. Lisha Fan, M.D., is an integrative oncologist and founder of the International Integrative Oncology Institute. Trained in radiation oncology, acupuncture, and Chinese Medicine, Dr. Fan uses all of her skills to integrate the concepts, principles and practices of both eastern and western medicine. She treats both advanced cancer patients as well as those with other chronic conditions and diseases. Her treatment approach is individualized to each patient and based on current research.
Dr. Fan will be giving the group information about her approach and answering questions. All members of the Boston College community are welcome to attend. Please RSVP by contacting Carol Pepin at email@example.com or call ext. 28487.
If you ever have wondered how western and eastern medicine can work together, this presentation is for you.
Join the Organization of Latin American Affairs to celebrate Latino Family Weekend of 2015.