The "Lives in Medicine" 2018 Conference was proudly sponsored by:
POLISH STUDIES DEPARTMENT
The Polish Studies Department at Loyola University Chicago is a dynamic group of professors and students that is dedicated to the promotion of Poland's rich culture on the beautiful Loyola campus. This year, our conference will take place in the newly renovated McCormick Lounge, one of Loyola's most sought after venues. The Polish Studies Department has made this possible and we are deeply grateful for their support and confidence in our abilities.
The Polish Studies Department at Loyola has created a Polish Studies minor. It is an interdisciplinary program that includes a comprehensive range of courses designed to provide students with an enriched and valuable learning experience. This minor appeals to the growing number of Loyola students who are interested in or come from a Polish background. Learn more about their courses, including their course titled "Polish for Medical & Health Professionals" offered in the spring quarter.
zwiazek lekarzy polskich
"Polish-American Medical Society (PAMS) was established in 1946 in order to facilitate social and professional relations, as well as improve and promote the status of the Polish physician émigré community in the United States. The Society organizes numerous fundraisers for charitable causes, including the annual Physicians’ Ball to raise scholarship funds for medical students of Polish descent. We invite you to visit us frequently for updates on our activities and upcoming events." - Dr. Krol
PAMS has gone above and beyond for our organization. Through their continued interest and dedication, our conferences are made possible. Get excited for the conference schedule, the majority of our speakers and mentors come from this extensive network of doctors. Click below to check out their scholarship application!
Chicago intercollegiate council
"The Chicago Intercollegiate Council is an organization of youth working for youth. Its beginning can be traced to a group of local university Polish clubs, which had sent their delegates to a national body, the Polish Students and Alumni Association of America. This nationwide organization was founded in 1927. CIC is a 501(c) (3) national not-for-profit nonpartisan and nonsectarian educational and cultural organization." - CIC
Without the continued support of CIC, our conferences would not be possible. We are very grateful for their support. Click the link to find out more about this inspiring organization.