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Sustaining Medical Humanities as an Ethical and Interdisciplinary Field with alumnus Emilee Stenson ('21, Molecular Genetics)

Tuesday, November  7, 2023

Emilee Stenson '21
Emilee Stenson (Molecular Genetics, '21)

About Emilee Stenson...

Emilee Stenson
(Molecular Genetics, ’21)

Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellow, 2021-22
National Institutes of Health

Second-year Medical Student
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (JSMBS), University at Buffalo

Emilee (Attica, NY) prides herself on the work she advances at the intersection of the humanities and the sciences, with an emphasis on gender studies. She started this journey at Fredonia through coursework in her English minor on Virginia Woolf and feminism, which culminated in her independent, multifaceted application of Woolf’s work to medicine. Emilee presented this work via peer-reviewed papers at the 2021 International Conference on Virginia Woolf, the Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium at Johns Hopkins, and the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC).

A former member of the Fredonia Honors Program and a double minor in Chemistry and English at Fredonia, Emilee has maintained her passion for the medical humanities as president of multiple clubs at UB, including the Bioethics Club and the Literature Society at JSMBS. In the future, she intends to be a physician and an educator, continuing to implement the medical humanities and bioethics in her work.

Sustaining Medical Humanities

Tuesday, November 7

9:00 a.m.
Morning Mingle
Fenton 127 (English Reading Room)

9:30-10:50 a.m.
Working at Intersections:
Emphasizing the Humanities
in Medical Humanities
Fenton 127 (English Reading Room)

2:00-3:20 p.m.
Combatting mis/disinformation in science/health through intersectional, interdisciplinary writing
Thompson E120

5:00-6:00 p.m.
Writing Beyond the Lab:
Using the Humanities as a Critical Component of Strong Health Professions Applications
Dinner will be served.
Science Center, Room 122

6:15-7:00 p.m.
Multi-Mini Interview Practice
Science Center, Room 105 (Kelly Family Auditorium)

Sustaining Medical Humanities

SPONSORS:                                  

Carnahan Jackson Humanities Fund of the Fredonia College Foundation  ◆ English Department ◆ Faculty Student Association ◆ Fredonia Alumni Association ◆ Phyllis W. and Lawrence A. Patrie Endowment for the Sciences

SERIES PARTNERS:                  

Alumni Affairs ◆ School of Business ◆ Career Development Office  ◆  English Department
Fredonia Honors Program ◆ Fredonia Technology Incubator ◆ Office of Undergraduate Admissions  

RESIDENCY PARTNERS:          

Department of Biology ◆ English Department ◆ Ethnic & Gender Studies Program /
Interdisciplinary Studies ◆ Health Professions Advising Office ◆ Health Professions Club

All events are free!

 

 

The residency with Karl Holz is postponed until May 2024 

The Art of Storytelling: New Perspectives, Innovative Thinking and Creative Solutions with alumnus Karl Holz (Business Administration, '73)

Karl Holz '73
The Art of Storytelling:New Perspectives, Innovative Thinking and Creative Solutions

About Karl Holz…

Karl Holz is a 22-year veteran of The Walt Disney Company with deep expertise in building organizational culture, CX, operations, strategic planning, international business and start-up ventures. 

He is a member of the Fredonia Foundation Board and in 2005 was awarded the University’s Distinguished Alumni Award.

Karl achieved strong business results by building world-class teams who together, consistently exceeded expectations. He is recognized as a leader who nurtures, develops and retains top talent. Karl is a highly visible and engaging leader who is known for always doing what is best and right, thereby building trust with cast members, guests and shareholders.

Alumnus Karl Holz
Business Administration, ’73
Former President, Disney Cruise Line & New Vacation Operations, 
The Walt Disney Company
Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company
 

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RESIDENCY SPONSORS:     School of Business ◆ Carnahan Jackson Humanities Fund of the Fredonia College Foundation ◆ Faculty Student Association ◆ Fredonia Alumni Association ◆ Fredonia Technology Incubator

RESIDENCY PARTNERS:     Beta Gamma Sigma ◆ School of Business ◆ Department of Communication ◆ Keeper of the Dreams Scholars  

SERIES PARTNERS:             Alumni Affairs ◆ School of Business ◆ Career Development Office ◆ Department of English ◆ Fredonia Honors Program ◆ Fredonia Technology Incubator ◆ Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

All events are free! 

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