Long-Term Student Research and Faculty Mentorship Celebrated at 2022 Inquiry Symposium & Awards Ceremony
The 2022 Inquiry Symposium & Awards Ceremony was an opportunity for graduating medical students to share their Deep Explore and Yearlong research projects via small group presentations. These faculty mentored long-term research projects immerse students in substantive scholarly exploration of a topic related to human health.
On May 12, 2022, the UCSF School of Medicine graduating class of 2022 joined together with loved ones, leadership, faculty, and staff, for the first in-person commencement ceremony since 2019. It was a spirited celebration that honored the 148 graduates who showed courage, creativity, and determination as they completed the first step of their medical education during a pandemic.
Kyle Lakatos, a third-year UCSF medical student, recently received the U.S. Public Health Service 2022 Excellence in Public Health Award in recognition of his commitment to advocacy, community engagement, and promoting health and health care equity in partnership with marginalized and underserved populations.
The U.S. Public Health Service presents this national award annually to visionary medical students who are advancing health promotion and the public health of all Americans.
The Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators is pleased to announce 19 new Innovations Funding awards for the 2022-2023 academic year. Totaling over $338,000, these intramural grants address a range of priorities in teaching and learning approaches and curricular content areas and are expected to make significant contributions to educational excellence at UCSF.