Activities & Events

White Coat Ceremony

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The White Coat Ceremony is designed to introduce new medical students to the characteristics of the complete doctor and to provide a contract for professionalism and empathy in medicine. Each student will receive a white coat signifying their transition into the medical profession. All students in the incoming MD class are expected to participate in this ceremony. The White Coat Ceremony for the MD Class of 2021 will be Friday, September 1, 2017 at 2:30 PM at the Armature Works Building near downtown Tampa. 

Read more about the White Coat Ceremony for the MD Class of 2020 here

Annual Student Symposium

The 8th Annual Student Symposium on November 13th, 2015 from Noon-3:30 PM will feature a keynote speaker followed by presentations by medical students participating in the faculty-mentored Scholarly Concentration Program; an academic elective program for students to focus on areas of interests beyond the Medical School core curriculum that enhances the overall training for medical students. The concentrations are: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Business in Medicine; Health Disparities; Health Systems Engineering; International Medicine; Law & Medicine; Medical Education; Medical Humanities; Medicine & Gender; Public Health; and Biomedical Research. Each concentration includes elements of course work, practical application, and scholarly presentation and allows for self-directed learning, enhances interactions between students and fosters relationships between students and faculty.