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Sigma Sigma Phi Eta Chapter

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  1. Sigma Sigma PhiEta Chapter Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine University of North Texas Health Science Center Presented by Jonathan Urbanczyk, Eta Chapter President

  2. Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine • University of North Texas Health Science Center • Fort Worth, Texas • Class size of 230

  3. 2013-2014 Officers • President: Jonathan Urbanczyk • VP/Secretary: Haley Phillips

  4. 2013-2014 Officers • Historian: Natasha Gupta • VP/Treasurer: Prashant Raghavendran

  5. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patricia Gwirtz, PhD

  6. Current Members • Class of 2014: 41 • Class of 2015: 54 • Class of 2016: 28 • Total Active Members: 123

  7. Class of 2014 • San Huynh • Jared Thompson • Eric Boe • AmolGolwala • Daniel Freedman • Colin Vokes • Alyson Pennington • Andrew Bui • RatiVenkatesh • Emily Johnson • Elizabeth Rourke • Rafael Perez • Elise Lockett • Farrell Tobolowsky • Seth Clifford • Perini Shah • John Burge • Carlyann Miller • JaffarAleagha • Joseph William • DoreneNiv • Sapna Patel • DoreneNiv • SapnaPatel • Jeff Lee • Kelly Hanley • James Mason • Steven Maher • AngaleneDeapen • Matthew Jepson • Jessica Wentling • KarissaCryer • Vy Do • Scott Keeney • Ellen Ko • Julie Leber • Jared McFarlin • Sabrina Rabau • Timothy Richardson • Christine Rollins • Justin White • Ellen Wilson • Robert Yang

  8. Class of 2015 • Crystal Smedley • Cary Walker • Jennigale Webb • ChirstopherAllphin • David Barnes • Whitney Brock • Andrew Fisher • Dustin Fowler • Eric Ho • Imran Poonawala • Geoffrey Rohlfing • Travis Seaman • Cameron Simonsen • Daniel Sumko • Lihn Tran • Krista Volberding • Vernon Williams • Ashley Windham • Elizabeth Levacy • Victor Lin • Ashley Liou • Miranda Loh • Hayley Marshall • Celia Martinez • Leah McAleer • April McDougal • Martha Pilar McKay • SiyaMehtani • Talon Miner • ZeinabMohammadi • Christopher Olivares • Yen Phan • Brighton Richie Miller • Ariel Rieznman • Niharika Saini • Lida Shaygan • Aaron Adamson • Chad Bartel • BhavishabenBhakta • Robert Boccaccio • Arthur Bredeweg • PriyankaChakrabarti • Ryan Cheung • Eunie Cho • Samuel Chong • Andrew Gdowski • Rita Golikeri • Duyen-Anh Jessica Han • Emily Jernigan • Ryan Joseph • Noah Jouett • Jimmy Kelley • ShamyalKhan • Hanna Kodeih

  9. Class of 2016 • Kristina Barsten • Kendall Burns • Brian Carter • Cerin Daniel • Luke Cielonko • Jilian Grimm • Natasha Gupta • James Jenkins • Lauren Kjolhede • Jay Lee • CallumMcMormick • Melodie Minter • John Myers • Andy Nguyen • Haley Phillips • Prashant Raghavendran • Roshini Ramwani • Christopher Rhodes • Kiran Roberts • Rachel Rube • Spencer Septien • Olivia Simmons • William Todd • Jonathan Urbanczyk • Lauren Vice • Julie Vo • Yi Xiong

  10. Induction Requirements • Minimum GPA: 88% • Applicants are evaluated based on: • Academics • Leadership • Service • Awards • Personal Characteristics. • Applicants are accepted from 1st and 2nd year medical students.

  11. Membership Requirements • Maintain at least 83% GPA • Lead at least 1 SSP event within the first year of induction • 4 SSP service hours per semester • 3rd and 4th year students only need 4 service hours per year

  12. SSP Awards • Sigma Sigma Phi Outstanding Scholar Award • Members that have a 92% average GPA after 2 years • Sigma Sigma Phi Outstanding Service Award • Awarded on a semester basis for the member that has the most SSP service hours • Awards can be included in the Dean’s Letter

  13. Service Events • We strongly encourage our members to seek out needs in the community then recruit volunteers to fulfill that need. This gives SSP a greater diversity in serving the community. • The Eta Chapter has teamed up with numerous community organizations, so our members don’t usually have trouble finding leadership or volunteering events.

  14. Local Partners • American Heart Association • Bowl for Kids • American Cancer Society • Community Enrichment Center, Adopt a Family Program • Go Force • National Kidney Foundation • Northside Health Fair

  15. More Partners • Habitat for Humanity • Special Olympics • Samaritan House • Safe Haven of Tarrant County • Tarrant Area Food Bank • Ronald McDonald House • Boys and Girls Club

  16. D.O. Dash • 5K and 1 mile fun run • This is a school sponsored community event in which we promote health and wellness in our community as well as raise awareness of the principles and values of Osteopathic Medicine. • This event benefits the Boys and Girls club of Fort Worth

  17. Tee-Off For TCOM • Saturday, September 28, 2013 7:00 AM - 1:30 PM • Tee-Off F.O.R.E. TCOM is a 4 man scramble golf tournament benefiting TCOM Students via the MSGA Above and Beyond Scholarship. • Leaders: John Myers and Will Todd

  18. National Kidney Foundation • Contact: DathanJohnson • Events: • Hispanic Wellness Fair • KEEP Screenings • Kidney Walk

  19. Questions?