Gifts at Work
Check out an online version of the medical school’s Gifts at Work publication or visit expanded story and photo coverage via the links below.
A New Home for the Medical School
- Bragging Rights: Costanzo's Sight-Saving Surgery Triggers Gift
- The Class of 1978’s Tom Scalea: “I’m a Huge Believer in Giving Back”
- Construction Update
The Class of 2015: Dressed for Success
- Expanded Coverage of the 2011 White Coat Ceremony
- White Coat Ceremony Photo Gallery
- A Dozen Students Follow in Families’ Footsteps
- Chancellor's Gift: Out of Tragedy Comes an Everlasting Gift
Reunion Giving Hits a New High
With hundreds of M.D. alumni returning to campus to celebrate, Reunion Weekend saw attendance increase by 21 percent last spring. Along the way, alumni set a record-breaking mark of $2.6 million in Reunion giving, with the Class of 1961 leading the way for the medical education building now under construction. Three classes took on special Reunion projects, and others threw their support behind the Annual Fund.
2011 Alumni Star
Housestaff alumnus Tadataka “Tachi” Yamada, M.D., H'74, was recognized as an Alumni Star for his remarkable contributions to the field of medicine. He returned to the MCV Campus to talk with current students about his experiences as president of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health Program. Read more »
Postcards from Honduras
For about two dozen first-year medical students, HOMBRE is an annual rite of passage — a summer medical mission trip that takes them to Honduras and the Dominican Republic, two of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. Read more »
What were you thinking?
We always have good stories to tell about how philanthropy makes a difference in the medical school. Now, we’ve redesigned our print publication to give you the chance to quickly review that news. We hope you enjoyed the additional coverage and that you’ll let us know what you think of our new approach!