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The BCOMpliments Board

How does the BCOMpliments board work?

Grab a pen and write the name of a fellow student or faculty on one of the compliment cards on the board. It does not have to be anonymous, you chose whether or not you want to conceal your identity.
If you see your name on one of the […]

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Enhancing Student Learning: Meet Education Specialists Nina Nunez and Christa Vaudrey

With 22 major exams in the first year alone, studying in medical school is about as rigorous as it gets. When students at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine need help getting through it all, they head up to the Student Affairs office and make an appointment with Education Specialists Christa Vaudrey and Nina Nunez.

“People […]

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NMSU + BCOM Synergy Seminar Series – Fall 2017

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Holiday Toy Drive!

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SOSA Health Fair: December 2 from 10am-2pm

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Emergency Medicine Club Attends ACOEP Scientific Assembly in Denver

Students from BCOM’s American College of Emergency Physicians (ACOEP) club recently traveled to Denver, Colorado to attend the ACOEP Scientific Assembly. Alicia Benson, the club’s clinical outreach chair, hopes to one day work as an Emergency Department physician in her home state of Arizona. She said she joined ACOEP to network with others interested in […]

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SOMA Talks Diversity with Onate High School Students

Four members of the BCOM chapter of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) visited Onate High School as part of SOMA’s National Outreach for Diversity in Medicine (NOD) program. Mariah Maestas, Michael Davis, Shaun Antonio, and Megan McCord presented to approximately 120 high school students enrolled in health program courses on the importance of diversity […]

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Reaching Out to Women and Girls in Dona Ana County

During her first year of medical school, BCOM class of 2020 student Joya Singh founded a local chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA). “I believe it’s important for women to support one another and work together towards ending gender disparities in medicine,” Singh said. “In addition, it’s important to engage our male colleagues […]

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Nearly $50,000 Raised, 3 Scholarships Awarded at Friends of Miliatry Veterans Fundraiser

Over 200 guests attended the inaugural Friends of Military Veterans annual scholarship fundraiser dinner at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine’s campus, raising approximately $50,000. All proceeds from the event went directly towards medical school scholarships for military veterans and their families via the Southwest Foundation for Osteopathic Education and Research (SWFOER).

The scholarship fund was […]

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Scott Wallace Awarded Friends of Military Veterans Scholarship

Scott Wallace, First Lieutenant, Utah Army National Guard

First Lieutenant Scott Earl Wallace is a first-year medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. He holds a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with emphasis in Biology, Chemistry and Military Science from Southern Utah University. He serves in the Utah Army National Guard as a Field Medical […]

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