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It's Spirit Week at UND! You may see these signs around the building, noting the 40+ named spaces here. Almost all gifts that generated named spaces went toward student scholarships, with a few others going toward programs (e.g., MLS) and educators (e.g., professorships, endowed chairs).
Students, be sure to sign our donor thank you poster on the second floor on Thursday (10 a.m.-noon)!

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Our fifth and final Giving Hearts Scholarship, the Lunn Family Giving Hearts Scholarship, has been awarded to Michelle Sanders, a senior PT student from Brooten, Minn. Congrats, Michelle!
Thanks to everyone for making this year's Giving Hearts Day so successful. We hope to be able to offer these scholarships again next year!

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We still have two more Giving Hearts Day scholarships to announce! Scholarship #4, the Colin and Kumi Combs Giving Hearts Scholarship, goes to Shelby Wassink, a second-year occupational therapy student from Hastings, Minn. Congrats, Shelby!

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Did you know that 53 donors gave over $30,000 to SMHS students on Giving Hearts Day? And Dakota Medical Foundation matched that amount!
Scholarship #3, the Drs. Laura and Corey Kroetsch Giving Hearts Scholarship, goes to Brett Johnson, a second-year medical student from Fargo, N.D. Congrats, Brett!

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Thanks to our generous donors on Giving Hearts Day, we are able to award a total of five $12,500 scholarships! Erica Nelson was the first lucky winner yesterday. Scholarship #2, the Drs. Don and Mary Ann Sens Giving Hearts Scholarship, goes to Hannah Fiser, a second-year OT student from Palmer Lake, Colo. Congrats, Hannah!

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Congratulations to second-year medical student Erica Nelson, who was awarded the Dr. David and Lola Rognlie Monson Giving Hearts Scholarship today! We will be announcing at least three more scholarship winners, so it's not too late to sign up! https://undalumni.org/GHDRegistration

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Happy Giving Hearts Day! Today we'll find out just how many $12,500 scholarships we can award to our students, based on how many gifts we receive! We started with two, added a third, and we're 70% of the way toward a fourth! Students, sign up here: undalumni.org/GHDRegistration. Donors, give a gift here: givingheartsday.org.

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REMINDER: TOMORROW IS GIVING HEARTS DAY!
Full-time SMHS students can sign up at https://undalumni.org/SMHS-Giving-Hearts-Day starting at 12:00 AM, Feb. 8, for a chance to win one of three $12,500 scholarships. There will also be a table on the second floor of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences building, where students can sign up 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. that day. One scholarship will be awarded the afternoon of Feb. 8, so if you register early, you have more chances to win!

DONORS can support the School of Medicine and Health Sciences by giving a gift at givingheartsday.org, starting at 12:00 AM, Feb. 8. All gift amounts are welcome! Donors who give $1,000 or more will be entered into a drawing for one of the three scholarships to be named in their honor. 100% of dollars raised will go to SMHS students!

Together we are becoming the most generous region on the planet. Join Us!
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Dean Wynne addresses lung cancer from cigarette smoking, flu-related heart attacks

Q: Although I finally was able to quit smoking cigarettes 10 years ago, I smoked two packs a day since I was a teenager (I'm now 60 years old). But I'm still worried about the risk of lung cancer. Is there anything that I should do?
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If you or your child had appendicitis, would you choose surgery or antibiotics for treatment? Why? Read about the answers other have given and the study done by Marc. D Basson at http://med.und.edu/…/basson-publishes-article-on-appendicit…

“I hope you will consider joining my wife Susan and me in supporting the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Giving Hearts Scholarship on Giving Hearts Day on Feb. 8. Your gift will help a young student focus on becoming a great health care provider, rather than worrying about loans and debt.”
--Joshua Wynne, UND VP of Health Affairs and SMHS Dean

Any gift amount is welcome! But for each $1,000 gift, donors receive one chance to have one of the scholarships named in your honor. Please remember to give your gift via givingheartsday.org on Feb. 8!

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You can now apply for our 2018 Summer Institute positions. We are need of dorm parents, instructors, counselors and a head counselor. Click the link to apply!!

INMED offers summer academic enrichment sessions for American Indian students at the junior high, high school and medical preparatory levels. These summer programs are designed to bolster participants' math and science skills, introduce health career requirements, and help develop potential for succ...
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UND's pro bono physical therapy clinic, which doesn’t compete with other health care providers, serves patients without health insurance or whose benefits have run out. #UNDproud

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Ron Mack of East Grand Forks worked with third-year physical therapy student Carmen Stanhope at the pro-bono physical therapy clinic last fall at the School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Photo by Wanda Weber/School of Medicine & Health Sciences
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