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Check out the upcoming exhibit on HIV/AIDS- past and present- in the Health Science Center Libraries…  

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HIV/AIDS, past and present

Jan 29th, 2011

Check out the upcoming exhibit on the history and present of HIV on the 35th anniversary of its appearance and recognition in the United States.

Interview an alumnus!

Jun 17th, 2010

For current medical students: practice your interview skills and learn about past experiences in medical school!  If you are interested, contact Nina S-R (352)294-5031

Upcoming project

Jun 10th, 2010

We have plans to develop a local oral history project and exhibition on Life after polio: lives of survivors.  If you are a survivor of polio and would like to […]

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