April 11, 2019, Reception and Book Signing at 5:00 pm, Discussion 5:30 - 6:30, Faculty Conference Room, UMMS.
April 2 – May 7, 2019
An Interactive art and storytelling project designed to encourage dialog, increase awareness, decrease stigma and change societal views about addiction and those affected
March 1 – March 29, 2019
Reception: Friday, March 1, Art Display & Stories, New School Lobby 11:30 – 1:30
“Plants growing in the wild, dug up and replanted in pots to better flourish, leave a home in their natural habitat. Every immigrant is an emigrant, something is lost as well as gained.” *
The Gerald F. Berlin Prize is awarded for creative writing, prose or poetry, authored by UMass medical students, nursing students, graduate students, residents, and fellows based at UMass Medical School, Berkshire Medical Center, Worcester Medical Center/St. Vincent's or Baystate Medical Center.
Submission Deadline: March 1, 2019.
Exhibiting December 27 through February 28, 2019
D3Health - the UMMS Center for Data Driven Discovery and Healthcare - has been working on a variety of UMass projects that incorporate 3D printing, one of the many tools used for their engineering and prototyping solutions.
Exhibiting September 12 through December 19, 2018
The Lamar Soutter Library’s Artist in Residence Series invites you to view “Critters of Southern Africa" by Allan Jacobson & Denise Brouillette-Jacobson, exhibiting June 19 – August 30, 2018.
Dr. O’Connell will share his remarkable stories of his experience with homeless men, women, and children, and speak of the humanity and courage of people who struggle to survive on the streets. Join us on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, for a book signing and readings beginning at 5:30 pm in the Faculty Conference Room, University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018, noon – 1:30, Albert Sherman Center Auditorium
“Creative writing gives health professionals in training a special opportunity to reflect on their experiences, to maintain their humanity, and to heighten their empathy for the suffering of their patients. These are qualities that bring doctors closer to their patients…”- Dr. Richard Berlin