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On Sunday, March 14, Dean Kenneth Chance was named president-elect of the Supreme Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU), the national dental honor society. Dean Chance will serve as the president-elect from March 2021 to March 2022, when he will assume the role of president—and also become the society’s first Black president.
Fourth-year dental student Ruhi Patel was introduced to the dental profession at a young age by her aunt, which would eventually lead her on a career journey to become a dentist herself.
When it came time to choose a dental school, Patel developed a strong connection to Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine through her interview process.
Embracing all forms of Hispanic and Latin culture and cultivating an inclusive, accepting community is at the heart of the Case Western Reserve Hispanic Student Dental Association (HSDA) mission. Through events, education, community outreach and social gatherings, the organization is enhancing representation and increasing awareness.
The Department of Endodontics specializes in preparing the next generation of high-quality endodontists to become board certified. Recently, the College of Diplomates of the American Board of Endodontics interviewed Andre Mickel, chair of the Department of Endodontics and director of the Postgraduate Endodontic Program, for the organization’s 25th anniversary, recognizing his achievements in the profession.
As featured in The Huddle
Dental student. Communications major. English tutor. Family Feud contestant. To say Erica Chambers’ resume is well-rounded would be an understatement. As a first-year dental student, she describes her journey to dentistry as more of a “u-turn” than a straight path.
Leena Palomo, professor of periodontics and director of the DMD Periodontics Program, was featured in a recent article in The New York Times, where she discussed bruxism, an oral health issue commonly known as teeth-grinding, which has seen a spike during the COVID-19 pandemic likely related to stress and anxiety.