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Project title How AMSA can take YOU to the next Level
Project type(s) Speaker,Recruitment
Date completed 10/2006
Chapter David Geffen SOM at UCLA
Project Coordinator Barkha Gurbani
Summary of project The talk will be given by AMSA's first Global AIDS Fellow, UCLA third-year student Tina Wu. During her year at the National Headquarters, Tina volunteered and worked in places all over the world, including East Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, India, and within the United States. Last year, Tina worked full time for AMSA and was invited by CNN to meet President Clinton, Paul Farmer, Sanjay Gupta, Richard Gere, and many other activists.

AMSA is the largest, independent medical student-run organization in the United States. Come learn more about the opportunities that AMSA offers, including grants, fellowships, student leadership institutes, funding, conferences, conventions, electives, networking, leadership positions, and much more. Tina will also share with you about student activism, policy, and how AMSA is at the cutting edge of medical decision-making.

Content area Global Opportunities
Number of participants 20
Participant hours involved 10 hour(s)
Coordinator roles
Coordinator hours hour(s)
Total project cost 100
Project funding Local chapter funds
Funding breakdown of sources and/or donations:
Project advertising Class list-serves, SOM online bulletin board, SAO student orgs online calendar
Success rating
(1 = unsuccesful, 5 = very successful)
Lessons/suggestions The meeting was up against the Emergency Medicine Interest Group's first meeting of the year ("Strange E.R. Cases"), but there was not a better date based on conflicting MS1 and MS2 schedules; MS1s actually had exams the very next week. We offered free l

Comments Tina Wu is fabulous!!!