The Yale system of medical education remains unique among medical schools for a number of reasons. In this information session, Amherst alum Dr. Michael J. Sernyak Jr. ’83, who is a professor of psychiatry at Yale, as well as deputy chair for Clinical Affairs and Program Development within its Department of Psychiatry, will discuss how key features of Yale’s medical education plays a role in the educational mission and how they translate to the admissions process at the Yale School of Medicine. The session will also allow time for questions and answers.
Engage in a positive discourse surrounding sex and sexuality through a gallery walk and graph-making activity! Partnering with the Graphic Sex Project, the Student Health Educators present over 100 graphs mapping out various sexual experiences and desires. Feel free to take some cannoli, walk through the gallery of graphs, and even make your own graph if you choose! Drop-in any time from 7-9 pm November 13 at the Powerhouse.