Staff Development: ULSD Admission Process
For ULSD Staff Only - NOTE: NEW TIME
Course Director: Deborah Wade, Program Coordinator
Innovation and Community Engagement
Guest Speaker: Dianne Foster, R.D.H., M.A.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Event Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
LOCATION: University of Louisville School of Dentistry - 501 South Preston Street
Louisville, KY 40202-1701
ROOM 119 (lunch not included)
If you wish CEU credit, Registration is required per meeting
This is a series of 1-hour sessions. Our ability to communicate in so many modes is unique. The text, email, twitter, face book, phone calls, memos, and face to face, etc. frequently become tangled and misunderstood!
The Lunch and Learn sessions will be a place for our voices, our ideas and our suggestions as we increase our own Oral Health Literacy in order to be better ambassadors for ULSD.
Learn what important considerations are taken into account during the recruitment and admissions process and how you play a part!
By the end of this session, all will have a better understanding of:
• The operation of Admissions of both dental and hygiene students to ULSD.
12:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Lecture
About Deborah Wade, MSW
Ms. Wade earned her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky. Since February 2011, she has been serving as the Program Coordinator, Innovation and Community Engagement at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. Her responsibilities include promoting community collaboration and development of shared projects for oral health, including meeting with local and state providers of dental care, with a focus on those groups serving underserved or disadvantaged populations, conducting research investigations for possible grant funding opportunities for the School of Dentistry, particularly those designed to provide the dental health of the public, improve access to care issues, etc., and assist in writing proposals; investigating and arranging for opportunities for activities that involve community advocacy and promote health literacy for oral health; working with Community Services faculty and staff to develop extramural rotation sites for dental and dental hygiene students, including initial contractual discussions and other administrative tasks associated with the establishment of such sites; working to establish a Consumer Advocacy Committee to improve “customer services” aspect of ULSD. Prior to joining ULSD, she served as Program Coordinator of the Ryan White Parts C & D federal grant program that provides funding for an out-patient HIV/AIDS Medical Clinic with the University of Louisville Department of Medicine/Division of Infectious Disease and Executive Director of AIDS Services Center in Anniston, Alabama.
Lecture: CEU(s) - 1
Education Method: Live Interactive Format
Course: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM