Student Annoucenemtns 09/22 – 09/28

1. Student Run Homeless Clinics (L3s and L4s)

Hey L3s and L4s,

Every year, the LSU Student-Run Homeless Clinics rely on third and fourth year medical students to operate. If you’d like to volunteer, please use this link to sign up for Thursday clinics at the New Orleans Mission or Saturday clinics at Ozanam Inn. Our primary concern right now is scheduling volunteers for this week, however you can go ahead and sign up for any future clinics this semester if you’d like. You do NOT have to have previously volunteered at either of the SRHCs to volunteer now. Feel free to contact us at the emails below with any questions about the clinics.

Thank you,

Olivia Sturm, OI Clinic Director

Colton Walker, NOM Clinic Director

2. Cancer Resource Room

Volunteers needed in the ILH Cancer Resource Room!

Interested in earning CSE hours while serving as a resource for cancer patients? Consider volunteering in the Cancer Resource Room at ILH! For more information, please contact Vil V (

Sign up link: CRR Sign Up

3. SIHO – Bowling for Ebola

The Student International Health Organization (SIHO) at LSU School of Medicine is sponsoring a benefit event for the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa! All proceeds raised will be donated to Doctors Without Borders, an organization heavily involved in the current health crisis!

Where: Rock ‘N” Bowl, Mid-City Lanes

When: Sunday, September 28th

Time: 1:00-4:00pm

$10 Entrance Fee (Bowling and equipment included)

Tickets will be sold in front of the cafeteria Tuesday, Sept. 23rd and Thursday, Sept. 25th from 11:45am-1:00pm

Tickets will also be sold on the day of the event.

Food and drink will be available for purchase at Rock ‘n’ Bowl.

This event is open to everyone so please invite your family and friends to support Doctors without Borders and those affected by the Ebola outbreak!

(paying members of SIHO will receive PDE hours for attending the event)

If you would like to volunteer or have questions about the event feel free to contact me by email!

Hope to see everyone there,

 Lindsey Broussard

LSUHSC SOM-Class of 2017

SIHO President

4. GHHS – Student of the Month

Dear Student Doctors,

The Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) wants to give students a chance to honor their peers through a ‘Student of the Month’ award. The idea behind this monthly award is to highlight under-recognized students who go above and beyond the call of a medical student whilst embodying the ideals that serve as the foundation of GHHS. Some of these principals include respect, integrity, compassion, and empathy; all together these qualities shape a medical student into a role models for humanistic care.

Each class will fill out a SurveyMonkey nominating peers who stand out through their actions. Two students from each class will be selected every month. This is not about the quantity of votes but rather the quality of each vote. One well thought out vote will be weighted more than how many votes a person accumulates, so make sure to include a few lines about why this person should be recognized in the survey.

Here is a link to the September survey, which will be open until October 1. So if you see a classmate doing something great this month, nominate them using the following link:

To promote the idea of appreciating students who normally fly under the radar or have not been recognied for their work in the past, GHHS elected members along with elected RISE representatives will be excluded from selection. For a list of the GHHS/ RISE members visit: .

Please contact Katie Melder ( or Spud Induru ( with any questions.


5. Office of Admissions- Interview Tours

The Admissions Office is looking for some additional help with giving the interview tours. Most of the dates have been filled with L1/L2s, but there are some interview days that fall in the middle of testing weeks. I know most of you will be on rotations, but if you have the day free, we would appreciate your help.

Most of you will have given tours before, but just as a reminder, you get 3 PDE-B credit hours. The tour will run from 10:30 – 1:30.

Here is a link to the Google doc where you can look at the available dates and sign up:

Please contact Katie Melder ( or Christine Settoon ( with any questions.

Please send all announcements to by Friday at 5:00 PM