Dr. Thierry Pauyo ’05 is a professor of orthopedic surgery at McGill University and has worked in collaboration with a number of sports teams, including the Penguins and Steelers, and is currently the sport orthopedic surgeon to the Montreal Canadiens. Anyone interested in the practice of sports medicine will enjoy the opportunity to sit down with Thierry to hear about his journey from Amherst hockey player and neuroscience major to his multifaceted career today. Thierry can share his unique perspective on the world of professional sports, and specifically the National Hockey League, along with the role of health professionals in that context. An orthopedist by training, Thierry will share the challenges and opportunities that being involved in sports medicine present.
Interested in teaching abroad following college? Learn how you can teach English abroad with the Fulbright Program. The Office of Fellowships staff will be joined by Jasmine Hardy, Vietnam ETA, and Fulbright semi-finalists Jeffrey Suliveres and Hubert Ford. We’ll hear about their experiences applying and teaching English abroad. Questions? Contact Carter McClintock: firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-542-5079.
Register here: https://www.amherst.edu/mm/596674
Splash! is a one-day program where middle and high school students come to Amherst and participate in classes taught by YOU...the college students. Splash! will be held on Saturday, April 4, in the Science Center. This meeting will be open to teacher registration and plan outreach and logistics. Contact email@example.com for more information.
As part of his multifaceted career, Dr. Thierry Pauyo ’05 has worked in Haiti as part of his dedication to international aid efforts in orthopedic care. A professor and orthopedic surgeon, Thierry works with Partners in Health to develop greater capacities for orthopedic care in Cange and at l’Hopital Universitaire de Mirebalais, which is on track to become the largest solar-powered hospital in the world. This evening lecture presents a great opportunity for students interested in global health to hear directly from a physician who has taken his values and his commitment to medicine into the realm of addressing health issues specific to countries like Haiti. We are happy to partner with Amherst GlobeMed for this event.
Innovation exists in every aspect of our lives whether working for a large company or venturing off on your own, the skills of an entrepreneur are universally applicable. In the E2 Speaker Series, we explore innovation and the culture of entrepreneurship on campus and in the world.
Innovation for the NEXT Economy:
Join co-founders Greg Genco ’10E and Matthew Rosenbaum ’11 as they discuss how innovation is paramount in the NEXT Economy. They will also discuss their new initiative—Generation Conscious and how their innovation is shaping the current and future generations to make a true impact on the world.
Generation Conscious is a sustainable personal care product company. We teach students the true environmental cost of their consumption and provide them with sustainable resources to reduce their footprint. We aim to eliminate a half billion single use plastic toiletry containers that students throw away every year by providing them an affordable, eco-friendly solution to refill their personal care products on campus and in their dorms.
After graduating from Amherst, Genco started his career at UBS on the fixed income credit trading desk. He covered the consumer and retail group during the collapse of Sears, JCPenney, True Religion, J. Crew and many more. He transitioned into entrepreneurship where he worked to invest medical marijuana profits back into communities disproportionately affected by the war on drugs and private prison industrial complex. He’s also organized artists to form creative collectives to increase their pay. He believes the most effective companies look beyond profits to focus on the planet and people as well.
Rosenbaum started his career in journalism at ABC World News with Diane Sawyer where he worked on stories covering everything from politics to food safety to the world’s ugliest dog. A passionate environmentalist, he jumped at the opportunity to work on the climate change documentary series “Years of Living Dangerously” which aired on National Geographic. At Years of Living Dangerously and its successor organization “The Years Project,” he reported on the full extent of the environmental crisis and the grave threat it poses to our civilization. He believes the most impactful solutions are those which make sustainable choices both accessible and affordable.