Bulletin of Dental Education

A Rounded View of Student Debt

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By Nicole Fauteux “We’re number 1 ” joked Robert Hann at the start of his talk. Mr. Hann, who will soon be graduating from the  University of Southern California Ostrow School of Dentistry  (USC), appeared to be boasting, but in

Tucker Carlson Shines in This Year’s Political Spotlight

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By Nicole Fauteux ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition attendees look forward to each year’s Political Spotlight for its entertainment value as well as for enlightenment, and this year’s presenter did not disappoint. Tucker Carlson, political correspondent and conservative commentator on

What Lies Ahead for Health Reform

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By Nicole Fauteux At this year’s 2013 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition, Peter Damiano, D.D.S., Director of the Public Policy Center and Professor at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry, discussed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Around the Dental Education Community - May 2013

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FEMA Awards $1.2 Million to Help Rebuild LSU Health Sciences Center School of Dentistry Physical Plant The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently announced an additional $1.2 million in recovery aid to Louisiana Facility Planning and Control to rebuild the

Dentistry Tops List of 100 Jobs in Greatest Demand

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U.S. News & World Report has released its list of the Best Jobs of 2013. This annual ranking bases its selections on the U.S. Department of Labor’s predictions of the occupations that should have the greatest hiring demand from now

University of the Pacific Announces New San Francisco Campus for Dental School

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The University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry announced the purchase of an office building in San Francisco, California’s South of Market (SoMa) district to establish a new campus. The building, located at 155 Fifth Street, is seven stories tall with approximately 395,000 gross square feet of space. Five floors of the building will house the university's prestigious Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, as well as classroom space for other future university programs.

Dentistry in the News - December 2011

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Roseman University of Health Sciences held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 27 for Utah’s first four-year school of dentistry. The facility features classrooms equipped with multimedia technology, six imaging rooms, two wet labs, conference rooms, and team breakout rooms.

Dentistry in the News - November 2011

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Dr. Richard W. Valachovic, Executive Director of the American Dental Education Association, recently visited the new $112 million building at the College of Dental Medicine at Georgia Health Sciences University. Dr. Valachovic noted that the building will help to attract students, faculty, and patients.

Dentistry In the News - October 2011

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Three universities have planned to work together to fill in the gaps in dental care in eastern Kentucky. The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry is partnering with Morehead State University and the University of Pikeville as part of the Appalachian Rural Dental Educational Partnership Plan.

Dentistry in the News - September 2011

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Even the Tooth Fairy cut back in 2011. Survey results recently released by Visa, Inc., found that this year she leaves an average of $2.60 per tooth, a 40-cent decrease from last year’s $3 per tooth.

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