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2021 All-Alumni Reunion Schedule of Events
April 16, 2021
|8:30||Welcome Coffee Reception
Join us with coffee and settle in for a great day of reconnecting and reaffirming our bond as graduates of the world’s first dental college. We will be greeted by our Dean to kick off the day.
|9:00||All-Alumni Board Meeting
Led by our Alumni Association President Shari Kohn, DDS, the Alumni Association Board of directors will discuss current alumni initiatives and work on planning alumni engagement in the future. This is the only meeting of the year that is open to all alumni. Please join to hear about the alumni board, and to share any insights or ideas you might have for upcoming alumni engagement.
|10:00||Alumni Awards Ceremony
Join us as we honor both the 2020 and 2021 Alumni Awards winner in the first ever double ceremony. Winners for the Distinguished Public Service, Distinguished Achievement, Linda DeVore Dental Hygiene, and Rising Dental Health Leader awards will be announced.
|11:00||Alumni Awards Ceremony Reception
We will be hosting a live reception honoring the 2021 and 2020 Alumni Awards Winners. Join us for an opportunity to congratulate the awards winners.
|1:00||Alumni Career Panel
We will hear from alumni and current students about their experience while in dental school and after they graduate.
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Individual Class Reunions to follow
Whether you called it the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery or the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, 2021 marks a milestone reunion year for you and your classmates. While much has changed over the years, one thing remains the same: the faculty at the School of Dentistry continue to be passionate about training the next generation of oral health professionals.
As you celebrate this year, consider making a donation to the Dean’s Innovation Fund in honor of your reunion. Any gift of any size matters and is greatly appreciated. Your gift will ensure that students will share your milestone achievements, that faculty and researchers have the resources they need to make new breakthroughs in oral health education, and that patients are able to receive the care they need at a cost they can afford.