As the future of dentistry and student members of the ADA, you should be proud of what we have accomplished together. Check out this video to see the ADA’s Highlights of 2016. Thanks for an incredible year.
As the population changes, businesses respond to the needs of their various markets. The insurance industry is no different. At Treloar & Heisel, we work with many large national companies that offer insurance products. Our job is to keep a pulse on the market, assess what’s available and evaluate best fit for our clients on a case-by-case basis. One of the companies that has recently made changes to its disability income product is MassMutual. What’s changed, and why should you care? Read on!
Before he became Dr. Cohen, Yermie went from MIT where exams were open-book, to medical school at UCLA, where the number of scientific terms to learn was like a daily avalanche. Existing study aids were either outrageously expensive, or too simplistic for higher education. Instead of spending an arm and a leg on test prep, Yermie called upon his MIT network to build a tool that made memorizing easy. A year later, and a third of all medical students in the U.S. were using Memorang to conquer their exams.
It may not seem like a lot of money, but saving just $15 a week can add up to an extra car payment or a fun weekend getaway. Here are 15 ideas to get you started:
Your dental school career goes quicker than you think. No matter what year you’re in, create a bucket list to ensure you’re doing everything you wanted while there’s still time. Here’s some items to consider…
Tell us who you love for a chance to win $500! February is the month of Valentine’s Day, the holiday of love. At Great-West Financial®, the underwriter of ADA Members Insurance Plans, we want to give you the chance to win a Valentine’s gift that’s even better than chocolate (now that’s saying something). By telling us who you love in 100 words or less, you’ll be entered in a contest and have a chance to win!
As I booked my travel for Annual Session 2017 it suddenly hit me! My term as Vice President was quickly coming to a close. The year has been booked with countless meetings, phone calls, and travel opportunities. The thought of it actually coming to an end never really crossed my mind. Serving as a member of the Executive Committee has added an extremely unique layer to my dental education. Prior to dental school I would have never considered myself a politically savvy person, or even someone with a strong awareness for policy. But now I had a reason. I wanted to make sure that if I desired to be a leader for students, I would be well informed with a strong voice.