Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, CV

Education:

University of Michigan, Department of History, PhD, ABD

University of Pennsylvania, Department of Biology, Master of Arts.

Brown University, A.B. in Biology, magna cum laude.

 

Affiliate Faculty positions (UF):

2013-present Adjunct faculty, College of Medicine

2008-present Affiliated faculty, Center for African Studies

2006-2013 Affiliated faculty, Center for the Arts in Healthcare Research and Education

2001-2008 Adjunct faculty, Department of History

 

Employment:

2013-present University of Florida, Smathers Libraries, Faculty position: Senior Associate in Libraries.

2011- 2013 University of Florida, Health Science Center Libraries, Archivist and Ed. Coordinator.

2001-2011 University of Florida, Office of Senior Vice President, Health Affairs, Archivist and Ed. coordinator Create archives, reading room, history of medicine programs, exhibit space for George T. Harrell Medical History Center.

2003-present University of Florida, Director of Medical Humanities, Create Narrative Medicine & Medical Humanities programs, run programs and activities associated with the Thomas Maren Medical Student Reading Room.

Washington State University

1997-2000 Faculty member, Department of English, Assistant Director Writing Lab & Coordinator, English 102; Tier I and Tier II Reader, Placement Exams and University Writing Portfolio; Instructor, English composition; Adjunct Professor, Department of History.

1996 Writing Tutor, English 102.

University of Idaho

1995 Assistant, Herbarium.

1994-1995 Laboratory Assistant, Department of Biology.

1992-1993 Adjunct Professor, Department of History.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

1978-1979; 1983; 1984-1986. Assistant Supervisor, Live Animal Unit; Educator; Researcher and Writer, Dinosaur Exhibition; Research Assistant, Migratory Shorebird Research Project.

 

Committees:

National

2012-present Arnold P. Gold Foundation, GHHS Advisory Council, GHHS membership committee.

2015- present Arnold P Gold Foundation, GHHS 2017 APGF National Conference planning committee

2013-2014 Arnold P. Gold Foundation, GHHS 2014 Biennial planning committee.

2011-2012 Arnold P. Gold Foundation, Task Force, GHHS Go-to Subcommittee; attended Task Force Retreat January 7, 2012

2010-present University of Wisconsin-University of Florida/AMSA HEART Advisory Council member

2008-present Judge, Arnold P. Gold Foundation Essay Contest

2008-2010 Arnold P. Gold Foundation Gold Humanism Honor Society, Communications Committee

2007-2008 SAHMS, Local Arrangement Chair, 2008 Conference, held in Gainesville, FL

20062007 SAHMS Planning Committee

20052010 Editorial Advisory Board for Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts.

 

University of Florida

2006-present History Advisory Council

2015 HSC Libraries, Search Committees for Health Literacy and Community Engagement Librarian, and for Health Science Liaison Librarian.

2013-Present University of Florida, UFCC Committee.

2014-2017 Center for African Studies Advisory Council.

2013-2016 University of Florida, Library Green Team, Co-Chair.

2013-2014 University of Florida, HSCL Liaison (one of 2) to College of Medicine Curriculum Committee

2012 University of Florida, 150th Anniversary Morrill Act Planning Committee; Smathers Libraries, various exhibit and planning committees; Smathers Libraries, Panama Canal exhibit planning, Prairie Project Planning Project Committee.

2011 University of Florida, Smathers Libraries, Exhibits Coordinator Search Committee; Library Green Team;.HSCL Policy and Planning Committee.

University of Florida College of Medicine, Professionalism Sub-Committee, Curriculum Review

2009-2010 University of Florida Wilmot Gardens Advisory Council; Criser Cancer Resource Center Advisory Council; International Work Group

HSC Libraries; Elegance of Science Judging Contest.

2009 Library Advisory Council,

2008-2009 University of Florida Senior Associate Dean Educational Affairs Search Committee; Blue Team, Curriculum redesign, UF-COM

2007-2008 University of Florida Performing Arts Advisory Council member

2007 Committee to redesign Health Science Center website

2006- 2012 University of Florida College of Medicine Selection committee.

2006 University of Florida Health Science Center 50 Anniversary Executive Planning Committee; College of Medicine 50th Anniversary Executive Planning Committee; Chair Time Capsule Committee, Student celebration committee

 

Community

2011 Rwanda Sustainable Families, Advisory Council.

2009 Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, Talent Development Team.

 

Curriculum and Program Development:

2017 Development of student taught uncommon Read Honors classes in collaboration with the UF Honors Programs

2017 February 24th and 25th Planner, 2nd Chapman Regional Symposium of Florida GHHS Chapters, held at UF. 

2016 April 23 Co-Planner, Florida Regional Chapman GHHS Symposium, held at UCF, April 23. Opportunity for all Florida GHHS chapters to meet and network.

2013 Development of Medical Humanities Consortium at the University of Florida with Paulette Hahn and Pamela Gilbert, with implementation of first event to establish interdisciplinary conversations at the University of Florida.

2012 Design and implementation of Medical Humanities Discovery Pathway with Paulette Hahn, MD.

 

Teaching Experience:

University of Florida

2018  (Fall Semester)  Supervisor, IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read class What Makes a Monster? Taught by four undergraduates; team taught IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Graphic Medicine Manifesto

(Summer Semester) Undergraduate Course: IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on Harry Potter and Imagination.

 (Spring Semester) Undergraduate Courses: IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

2017 (Fall Semester) Undergraduate Courses: IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on Cutting for Stone; team taught IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Graphic Medicine Manifesto; IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Man with the Bionic Brain.

(Summer Semester) Undergraduate Course: IDH 2930 (Un)Common Read Honors course on Harry Potter and Imagination.

(Spring Semester) Undergraduate Course: IDH 2931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on Cross Creek and Mule Bone.

2016 (Fall Semester) Undergraduate Course: IDH 3931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and Blessing in Disguise.

(Summer Semester) Undergraduate Course: IDH 3931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on My Own Country, team taught with Hannah Norton.

(Spring Semester) Undergraduate Courses: IDH 3931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Emperor of All Maladies.

2015 (Fall Semester) Undergraduate Courses: IDH3931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on Cutting for Stone.

 (Summer Semester) Undergraduate courses: IDH 3931 (Un)Common Read Honors course on The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

(Spring Semester) Undergraduate courses: IDH 3931 (Un)Common Read, Honors course on the Real and Imaginary World of Harry Potter; Ongoing AFS 3352 Culture, Health and the Arts in Sub Saharan Africa and the US (this course became a separate course listing through the Center for African Studies this year, as distinct from a special topics offering).

Ongoing 2013-present College of Medicine, Co-director, Medical humanities discovery pathway.

Ongoing 2012-present Small group discussion leader, Collaborative learning groups, biomedical ethics issues and professionalism discussions.

2013(Spring Semester) Undergraduate course: (Un)Common Read, Honors course on the book Molokai.

2012 (Fall Semester) Undergraduate course: (Un)Common Read, Honors course on the Real and Imaginary World of Harry Potter.

2012 (Spring Semester) Undergraduate course: (Un)Common Read, Honors course on Movements in organic farming, sustainability, and healthy diets through focus on Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A year of food life.

2011 (Fall semester) Undergraduate course: (Un)Common Read, honors course on science and culture embedded in H.G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and in movie versions of the story.

(Spring Semester) Undergraduate course: (Un)Common Read, Honors course on Movements in organic farming, sustainability, and healthy diets through focus on Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A year of food life.

Ongoing 2008- present (Spring Semester) Undergraduate course: Medical Humanities and Clinical Practice, Medical Honors Seminar. Medical Student courses: Health and the Environment, 4th year elective

2008-2013 (Fall Semester) Lecturer, Biomedical Ethics course.

2007-2013 (Fall and Spring semesters) Medical Student courses: Small group leader, Essentials of Patient Care 1 & 2

2007, 2008 and 2010, 2011 (Spring Semester) Undergraduate courses: Culture Health and the Arts in Sub-Saharan Africa and the US, team taught with Jill Sonke-Henderson, CAHRE, and James Oliverio of the Digital Worlds Institute

2006-present Director of Medical Humanities Program with associated educational programs for medical students; (Fall and Spring semesters) Medical Student Courses:  Interdisciplinary Family Health

2004-2006 (Spring Semester) Undergraduate courses: Junior Honors, medical humanities seminar.

2004- present (Spring Semester) Medical Student courses:  HEART-IM, AMSA

2002- present Medical Student courses:  (Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters) Narrative Medicine and Medical Humanities elective

2002-2013 (Fall semester) Biomedical Ethics small group leader

2000-2003 Department of History: Intro. to Am. His. to 1877; His. Am. Med.; Honors His. Med

Washington State University

1997-2000 Instructor, and Faculty, Department of English, Intro. to Writing; History of Western Med.; American Slavery; Western Exploration; Urban History.

University of Idaho

1995 and 1996 (Summers) Instructor, Biology, Upward Bound Program.

1992-1993, Adjunct Professor, Department of History: American History to 1877

University of Michigan

1990-1992, Teaching Assistant, Department of History: American History to 1877

University of Pennsylvania

1986-1988 Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology; Evolutionary biology.

Brown University

1980-1984 Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology (invertebrate zoology and vertebrate evolution) and Center for Environmental Studies.

 

Advising/scholar sponsorship:

January 27, 2017-January 27, 2018 Sponsored visiting medical humanities scholar from China.

2018 Advisor-

  • Two medical students in the class of 2021 completing MSRP projects
  • One medical student in the Class of 2020 completing an MSRP project
  • Two medical students in the Class of 2019 completing MSRP projects

 

2017 Advisor-

  • One medical student in the Class of 2020 completing an MSRP project
  • Two medical students in the Class of 2019 completing MSRP projects
  • Six medical students in the Class of 2017 completing Medical humanities pathway requirements

2016 Advisor- 

  • Two medical students in the Class of 2019 completing MSRP projects
  • Four medical students in the Class of 2017 completing Medical humanities pathway requirements
  • Two medical students in the Class of 2016 completing medical humanities pathway requirements.

2014 Advisor Creation of Resident Gold Humanism Honor Society; Advisor for creation of Anthology- Literary Liniment- of Medical Student writing.

2011-present UF Advisor, Student Sustainability group

2007-present UF Advisor, Student Photography Group

2004-present UF and Arnold P. Gold Foundation Chapman Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (co-advisor)

2004- 2013 HEART- 4th year elective accredited by UF COM, organized and run by students through AMSA

2003-present UF Advisor, Kaleidoscope- student visual arts group

2003-present UF Holistic Medicine- student group interested in integrative, complementary and alternative medicines

2001-present UF History of Medicine Lecture Series organization and website maintenance (co-advisor)

 

Poster, Professional Discussions, Workshops, Conference Presentations, and Invited Talks:

2018  September 14 “What Makes a Monster,” workshop Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig Yasmina Bassi; Mary Johnson; Carol McCusker; Eric Segal; Arvind Sommi; Olivia Trumble presented at Western Michigan University’s 8th Annual Medical Huamnities Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

June 24 “Bringing Madagascar to Florida: A Librarian’s Experiences with the 8th Continent,” refereed poster, Michele R. Tennant [co-presenter], Michel Andriamihajanirina, Grace L. Gibson, Michael M. Miyamoto [co-presenter], Soleil T. Nguyen, Jill Ranaivoson, Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig) presented at the American Library Association’s Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, 24 June 2018

May 21 – 22 Poster  May 21 “Teaching Graphic Medicine to Undergraduate Students.” Pomputius A, Stoyan-Rosenzweig N.   Medical Library Association Annual Meeting 2018.

Poster May 22 “Transforming Through Wellness Programming at a Health Science Center Library.” Pomputius A, Stoyan-Rosenzweig N, Selfe T, Lockwood R, Morgan-Daniel J, Ansell M. Medical Library Association Annual Meeting 2018.

Presentation May 22 Pomputius A, Ansell M, Stoyan-Rosenzweig N, Selfe T, Lockwood R, Morgan-Daniel J. “Assessing Wellness Needs of Library Users at a Health Science Center.”  Library Association Annual Meeting 2018.

April 21 Poster sessions:  N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Y. Bassi, M. Johnson, A. Sommi, & O. Trumble, “Collaboration between undergraduates and faculty to develop classes and exhibit programming in the health humanities”;  M. Otto, N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, & R. Thompson. “Using oral history to encourage connection between medical students and senior citizens.” International Health Humanities Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

March 26 Led daylong workshop for attendees at HEART-IM, Quaker Center, Ben Lomond, CA

2017 November 4 Invited Presentation Narrative Medicine. AMSA PreMed Fest. November 4, 2017 USF, Tampa.

October 28 Gold Mining Sessions Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig; Jeffrey Pufahl; Matthew Daley; Hannah F. Norton; Michele R. Tennant; Margaret Ansell. University of Florida Gold Mining Sessions: “Using the Theater Arts for HIV/AIDS Community information Outreach and Public Health Education.”  Humanities in Medicine Symposium, Mayo Clinic October 28, 2017 Rochester, MN

October 12. Presentation Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig; Jeffrey Pufahl; Matthew Daley; Hannah F. Norton; Michele R. Tennant; Margaret Ansell. “Theater arts and filmmaking in health and health education: creation of videos to reach at-risk groups with information HIV/AIDS.” The Examined Life Conference October 12, 2017 Iowa City, Iowa

September 28 Presentation Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. “Reconnecting medical students (and western medicine) to anunderstanding of healing contact with nature” Harvard University: Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Environment. September 28, 2017 Cambridge, MA

September 15 Presentation Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig; Hannah F. Norton; Matthew Daley; Michele

R. Tennant; Jeffrey Pufahl; Margaret Ansell, “Using the Theater Arts for HIV/AIDS Community information Outreach” September 15 2017 Kalamazoo, Michigan: Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference

July Part of Panel on Arts in Healthcare, AIM Summer Intensive. [Invited]

May Poster Working with Community Partners to Develop Locally-Relevant HIV/AIDS Video Resources.  Nina C. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Hannah F. Norton, Matthew Daley, Margaret E. Ansell, Gretchen Kuntz, Michele R. Tennant, Ariel Pomputius; Accepted and uploaded- “Libraries Using Innovative Programming to Reach Students: Promoting Theater to Teach Medical Students about the Stigma of HIV/AIDS,” single authored poster. Presentation Developing Locally Relevant, Easy-to-Read HIV/AIDS Print Resources Margaret Ansell, Hannah F. Norton, Ariel Pomputius, Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig,Michele R. Tennant, Medical Libraries Association, Seattle, Washington.

March 31 Workshop- Co-presented workshop with Linda Stone on Medical humanities and healing arts at the National Gold Humanism Honor Society Conference, Chicago, IL

March 29  Workshop- Conducted writing workshop for HEART-IM elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March 23, 2017 TalkCulture and health for the Global and Local Health Disparities Track.

March 15 Invited lecture- Undergraduate course. The Medical Gaze: photographs, images and medicine.

March 10 Poster Modeling or teaching empathy through Patient A and other special theater projects in medical education at the University of Florida College of Medicine.   Health Humanities Conference, March 9-11, Houston, TX.

February 27 Poster– Tisha Van Pelt, Hannah Norton & Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. Researching the effectiveness of HIV Awareness Videos. Presented at the UF-COM Celebration of Research.UF-COM Celebration of Research.

February 23 Poster- HIV/AID: Producing Videos Targeting Florida’s At-risk Groups. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, N., Tennant, MR, Norton, HH, Kuntz, G., Daley, M., and Ansell, M. at the Emerging Pathogens Institute Poster Research Day, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

2016 October 20, 2016 Co-presented a lecture on the History of the Health Science Center at the Matheson Historical Center, with Murray Laurie.

October 8 Presentation The role of music in healing, building civilization, global community, and tying us to the natural world. The Examined Life Conference University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

October 5 Presentation.  Schaefer N, Norton HF, Ansell M, Stoyan-Rosenzweig N, Pomputius A, Harnett S, Kuntz, G, Jesano R and Tennant MR.  Rethinking Information Outreach on HIV/AIDS. Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association annual meeting, Greensville, SC.

September 15 Presentation Music, Healing and Connection. Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

July 7 Peer-reviewed lightning round presentation Schaefer N, Norton HF, Ansell M, Tennant MR, Jesano R and Stoyan-Rosenzweig N. Fighting HIV/AIDS with Information. Science Boot Camp Southeast 2016. Augusta, GA

July Part of Panel on Arts in Healthcare, AIM Summer Intensive.

June 24 Poster: Nina Stoyan Rosenzweig, Michele R. Tennant, Hannah Norton.  (Un)Common Instruction: Using Exhibits to Enrich the Undergraduate Learning Experience. American Libraries Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

June 11 Conference Presentation/lightning talk- Music and its Role in Healing. Emerging Diversities in Health Humanities Training. Hiram College, Ohio.

April. Poster: Pomputius A,Stoyan-Rosenzweig N, Ansell M, Jesano R, Norton HF, Schaefer N, Daley M,Tennant M. HIV/AIDS and Awareness in the 21st Century. Poster and presentation for Florida Health Science Libraries Association Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.

April 9 Conference Presentation/lightning talkMusic and Healing: Understanding the role of African musicians in addressing societal ills. Health Humanities Conference, Cleveland, OH

March 29  Workshop- Conducted writing workshop for HEART-IM elective, Ben Lomond, CA

February 25 Invited Lecture on “Images and learning to see in medicine” for The Image as Evidence class taught by Nika Elder

February 18 Poster  Ariel Pomputius, Nina Stoyan Rosenzweig, Margaret Ansell, Nancy Schaefer, Hannah Norton, Rae Jesano, John Reazer, Gretchen Kuntz, Matthew Daley, Michele R. Tennant. Emerging Pathogens Institute Poster Session  HIV/AIDS and awareness in the 21st century.

2015 December 3 History of Medicine Lecture Series: Oral history and the early faculty of the College of Medicine.

November 15 & 16 Conference talk Symposium, New View: Transforming Perceptions in Healthcare Through the Humanities, Mayo Clinic,and Cummer Museum, Jacksonville. Workshop: Expanding Understanding of Healing and the Arts Through Innovative Courses: Medical Humanities and Clinical Practice & Culture, Health and the Arts in Sub-Saharan African.

November 2 Curator talks on Sustainability, Smathers Libraries: To Write a History you Must Collect It: A History of the College of Medicine at UF.

September 24 & 25 Medical Humanities Conference, Western Michigan University. Moving outside the hospital: connecting medicine to the natural environment.

September University of Central Florida College of Medicine, speaker at inaugural induction ceremony of the UCF GHHS chapter.

June Retired faculty association. Talk: History of the College of Medicine.

May Medical Library Association meeting, Austin, TX.  May 17 Poster Nancy Schaefer, Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig and Michele Tennant. Documenting the importance of health during the construction of the Panama Canal. May 18 Talk Mary E. Edwards, Rae Jesano, Hannah F. Norton, and Nina C. Stoyan-Rosenzweig. Breaking the Limits of Interprofessional Education: Library Faculty Integrating into Interprofessional Education (IPE).

 April Conducted writing workshop for HEART-IM elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March Library Publishing Conference Portland Oregon. Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Cecilia Botero, E Haven Hawley Presented: A group a plan: library publishing at University of Florida Smathers Libraries; a team authored project  29 March 2015

February Mentor on Student poster presented at COM Celebration of Research, Katherine Fahy and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. The Ableist Physician? A Study of Perceived Quality of Life for Disabled Patients.

2014 October Workshops on Narrative, Arnold P. Gold Foundation, GHHS Biennial Meeting.

September Presentation at Western Michigan University Annual Medical Humanities Conference, September 18-19 The coming of age of the patient narrative?  Patient narratives in the age of mass communication.

July Part of Panel on Arts in Healthcare, AIM Summer Intensive.

June Taught nature writing at National Audubon Society Hog Island Camp.

May Invited talk Attended Kienle Symposium, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, gave invited talks on George T. Harrell and Using Art to Enhance Medical Student Observational Skills.

April Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

February Conference Talk Presented at 6th Annual Medicine, Humanities, and Social Sciences Conference, SHSU, TX. Medical Education, the Environment, and Relationships between Environment and Health.

2013 November Presentation and writing workshop for medical student wellness retreat.

September WMU Medical Humanities Conference N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, E. Segal, D. Roman. Talk: Broadening the Medical Humanities: Developing Community and University Collaborations.

July Part of Panel on Arts in Healthcare, AIM Summer Intensive.

April Talk- Nature, identity, and health: A brief history of ideas about the role of natural environments in healing, Voyage to Health Event Series, Healing Spaces: the Role of Natural Environments in Healing.

Conducted creativity workshop for medical student Holistic Medicine Retreat.

History of Medicine Lecture Series Picturing Medicinals: Botanical prints and the Doctrine of Signatures, 1500-1800.

March Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

Gallery Talk, Harn Museum of Art, Everyman his own doctor: herbals and medicinals for the masses in America.

University of Florida Honors College, Presentation at Hunger Banquet, What do People Eat?: Food Systems and Accessibility.

2012 October Gold Foundation, GHHS Biennial, @ Using the Humanities to Teach about Humanism in Cancer Care and GHHS Service Projects: How to Start and Where to Stop. Also gave two Gold Mining Sessions on the same topics.

October @SCMLA Meeting. Zombie Pathology Lab: Using Health Information Resources During a Zombie Outbreak. http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00001216/00001 . H. Norton, B. Auten, L.C. Butson, M. Daley, M. Edwards, J.A. Lyon, N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig.

September History of Medicine Lecture Series, The Morrill Act and the College of Medicine.

July University of Florida, BOE minority graduate school program talk on conducting historical research.

June Posters: Health in the Panama Canal; Panama Canal Society Reunion, June 27-July 1, 2012Orlando World Marriott, Orlando, FL

May Poster MLA Conference Leveraging National Library of Medicine Exhibits for Outreach and Community Engagement. Hannah F. Norton, AHIP, Beth Auten, AHIP, Mary Edwards, Ellie

Bushhousen, AHIP, Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Matthew Daley, and Michele Tennant, AHIP

April Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

February Talk: History of Medicine Lecture Series, History of Acupuncture.

2011 July University of Florida, BOE minority graduate school program talk on conducting historical research.

May 1. Led discussion on the movie I Am at the Hippodrome Theater, Gainesville

  1. UF Talk on Body Snatching and medical dissection, to accompany traveling exhibition on Frankenstein.

March UF Talk History of African Americans in the medical profession, for SNMA meeting, University of Florida.

2010 November 13, UF, Talk: Medical Tourism, for international health seminar.

October 7-9 Arnold p. Gold Foundation, Gold Foundation Biennial Conference, presented on a variety of Humanism Chapter projects- Spreading Humanism: One Chapter’s Contributions and Look at How Participation Cultivates Humanism in GHHS Members and Other Participants; The Power of Mentoring; Teaching As a Reflective Tool; Using Patient Narratives To Encourage Humanism: Focus on “The Polio Hole” by Shelley Fraser Mickle; Using Peer Assessment in the Selection of Medical Student Members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society

August, UF, Talk: History of Medicine Lecture Series, Balancing the humors and easing the arteries: bleeding in western medicine.

UF Med. Ed. Journal Club: Medical Tourism and its implications for medical education.

July, UF: Arts in Medicine Summer Intensive, Member of Discussion Panel on arts-in-medicine programs and their relationship to medical practice.

#May, CIRN, Narrative Matters Conference, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, Panel presentation on collaborative project on narrative with Department of English

April, Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March, Institute for Learning in Retirement, Talk: Media representations and pharmaceutical advertising.

February, Institute for Learning in Retirement, Talk: Medical Tourism and Medical Ethics.

2009 November, UF, Talk: History of Medicine Lecture Series: Dr. Cade, Gatorade and the Promotion of Innovation.

July, UF, Talks: 1. History of science class: Eugenics and the Black Stork.

  1. University of Florida, BOE minority graduate school program talk on conducting historical research.

June, UF: Reflective Writing Session for Arts in Medicine Summer Intensive

April Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

February, Talks: 1. Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, History of Medicine lecture series: *“Building Toward Perfection”: George Harrell’s Medical School Dreams and Realities

  1. University of Florida History of Science Symposium: Eugenics Reflected: Ideas on Eugenics, Politics, and Heredity in Literature and Poetry.

2008 November, UF, Invited talk: History of Medicine lecture series Practice and Change in Native American Healing, Gainesville, FL

Hippodrome Theater Led discussion on movie, Gainesville, FL

Invited talk SNMA Conference History of African Americans in the Healing Professions, Jacksonville, FL

October, Institute for Learning in Retirement, Invited talk: Mendel’s Theater: Popularizing Eugenics in America. Gainesville, FL

Hippodrome Theater Led discussion on movie Elsa y Fred, Gainesville, FL

September:  Invited attendance at Arnold P. Gold Foundation Biennial Meeting.

June, UF, Invited talk: BOE minority graduate school program talk on conducting historical research

May, UF, Talk: History of Medicine Lecture Series. Mendel’s Theater: Popularizing Eugenics in America.

Invited talk: Creating a Culture of Humanism, College of Medicine, Florida State University

April, Invited talk: Creating a Medical Humanities Program, College of Medicine, Florida State University

Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March Conference talk Newell, DA and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. Teaching Narrative Medicine within an existing medical school curriculum. 13th International Ottawa Conference on Clinical Competence; Melbourne, Australia

March, Hippodrome Theater,  Led discussion of movie The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Gainesville, FL

January Newell, DA and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. Teaching Narrative Medicine within a Medical School Elective.  Asian-Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC) Short presentation, nominated for Best Oral communication award.

2007 November, UF Med. Ed. Journal ClubEmpathy and medical education

*Presented at Generalists in Medical Education Conference: talk “Using theater for public health interventions in medical education” and roundtable discussion “Teaching Medical Students to ‘See’”

September, Invited attendance at Arnold P. Gold Foundation conference

August, UF, CPET, Talk History of medicine lecture.

UF, The Black Stork and Eugenics in America. Invited lecture, History of Science course.

April AAMC SGSA meeting Poster presentations and roundtable discussion.

Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March, UF: Med. Ed. Journal Club: Art and observation in medical education

February, UF, HOS Society: Publicizing Eugenics.

2006 December, UF, Talk: The Black Stork: The History of Eugenics in America. History of Medicine Lecture Series.

October, UF, Talk: The History of the College of Medicine’s Early Faculty. 50th anniversary celebration, Col. Of Medicine

UF, Talk: History of Women in Medicine, History of Medicine Lecture Series

September, UF, Talk:  History of Women in the Health Science Center, Changing the Face of Medicine exhibit special events

April, Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

February, SAHMS, Conference talk: Building Utopia in North Florida.

2005 December, UF, Talk: The Human Drama: Siting and Planning a Health Center, History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. Of Medicine.

April– Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March, UF, Invited Talk:  The Extent of Eugenics Programs in the United States. HOS Society

February, SAHMS Conference Talk: From Social Stigma to Phil the sore: Antibiotics and syphilis.

2004- November, UF, Invited Talk: Infectious disease and history. History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. Of Medicine

September, Conference talk, presentation on innovative programs designed to eliminate racially-based health disparities

May, UF, Talk:  Infectious disease and history. History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. Of Medicine.

April– Conducted writing workshop for HEART elective, Ben Lomond, CA

March, UF, Invited Talk: Women in Medicine at the University of Florida, talk for AMWA, Col. Of Medicine

Febuary, Conference talk, N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, Mary Hudson, and Erin Dunbar. Symposium: Eugen., her. & the body pol: pop. and ind understandings. SAHMS.

February UF Psychoanalysis and Narrative Medicine Conference: Paper presented and workshopped at roundtable.

*2003 March, Institute for Learning in Retirement, Invited Talk: Impact of disease on history.

*2002 November, UF, Talk:  Eugenics and ideas about the nature of heredity– History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. Of Medicine

October, UF, Talk: Eugenics of H.G. Wells- History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. Of Medicine

February, UF, Talk: World medicine traditions and the idea of balancing the humors– History of Medicine Lecture Series, Col. of Medicine

2001 November, GEMCS Conference, Philadelphia, PA, Conference talk: Expanding the Domestic Sphere: Farm as Utopia.

September, UF, Invited talk: Popularizing eugenics– History of Medicine Lecture Series,College of Medicine

2000 Conference talk: Merry Farrington, Chris Nelson, Bob Pickford, and Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig. 2000 Research Network Forum; CCCC Annual Convention. Minneapolis, MN

*Condon, William, Lisa Johnson-Shull, Diane Kelly-Riley, Susan McLeod, Nina StoyanRosenzweig, and Victor Villanueva. 2000 When WPA Becomes WPAs: Issues on a Multiple WPA Campus.  CCCC Annual Convention. Minneapolis, MN

1999 Condon, William, Lisa Johnson-Shull, Diane Kelly-Riley, Susan McLeod, Nina StoyanRosenzweig. 1999.  Building Before Blueprints: Writing Programs Role in Renovating Undergraduate Education. CCCC Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA

1996 Harrington, J.M., Schneider, G. M., N.C. Stoyan, Cummings, D.M., and Rosenzweig, R.F. Recovery and Analysis of Community DNA from Heavy Metal Contaminated Lake Sediments.  Am. Soc. for Microbiology Annual Mtg.  New Orleans, LA.

N.C. Stoyan and Rosenzweig, R.F. Patterns of carbon allocation and energy change among yeast overexpressing glycolitic enzymes.  Annual Yeast Genetics Meeting, Genetics Society of America. Madison, WI.

 

Publications and Book Chapters:

 

  • Harnett, M. Ansell, N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig, N. Schaefer, A. Pomputius, M.E. Edwards, M.R. Tennant. The (Un)Comon Instructor: A New Role for Medical Librarians Beyond Information Literacy. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 37: 276-291 (2018)
  • Edwards, ME, Stoyan-Rosenzweig, N. and Hahn, P. (2016) “Preface” in Interprofessional Education: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Recommendations for Educators and Information Professionals.
  • Botero, Cecilia; Fantone, Joseph; Good, Michael L.; Guzick, David; Laurie, Murray D.; Nina C. Stoyan-Rosenzweig. (2016) The University of Florida College of Medicine: A Legacy of Innovation and Collaboration since the 1950s. Library Press @UF.
  • Edwards, ME, Norton, HF, Tennant, MR, Stoyan-Rosenzweig, N. (2015) “Promotion, Publicity, and Beyond: Using a Marketing Plan and Innovative Strategies to Reach Users in an Academic Health Science Center Library.” Book chapter in Creative Library Marketing and Publicity: Best Practices. Robert J. Lackie and M. Sandra Wood, eds. (2015).
  • Norton, HF, Edwards, ME, Tennant, MR, Stoyan-Rosenzweig, N. 2014. “Strategies for Seeking External Funding in a Health Science Library.”  Chapter in Successful Fundraising: Best Practices, Rowman & Littlefield: Lanham, MD, 97-111.
  • Schaefer, N., Stoyan-Rosenzweig and R. Garcia-Milian. “Overcoming Disease and Injury to Build the Panama Canal.” Sea History 148:18-19 (Autumn 2014)
  • Schaefer, N., Stoyan-Rosenzweig and R. Garcia-Milian. “Health and Safety During Canal Construction.” In: 100 Years of the Panama Canal: Celebrating the Centennial. 1914-2014. (2014)
  • Auten, B., H.F. Norton, M.R. Tennant, M. E. Edwards, Stoyan-Rosenzweig and M. Daley. “Using NLM Exhibits and Events to Engage Library Users and Reach the Community.” Medical Reference Service Quarterly 32:266-289 (2013)
  • McCarthy, Kevin, Anita Spring, Mary Ann Burg, Constance Shehan, Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig, and Elizabeth Taylor. The History of Women at the University of Florida. (2004)
  • Place, A.R., C. Stoyan, R.E. Ricklefs & R. Butler (1989) “The physiological basis for stomach oil formation in Leach’s storm petrel, Oceanodroma leucorhoa.”  Auk 106:687-699
  • Castro, G.C., C. Stoyan & J. P. Myers (1989) “Assimilation efficiency in birds: a function of taxon or food type?” Comp. Biochem. & Physiol. 92A:271-278
  • Place, A.R., C. Stoyan & R.E. Ricklefs (1987) “Transient steatorrhea may be responsible for pre-fledging weight loss in chicks of Leach’s storm petrel, Oceanodroma leucorhoa. Bulletin of Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory.
  • —————————————————— (1987) “The physiological basis of stomach oil formation in Leach’s storm petrel, Oceanodroma leucorhoa.” Bulletin of Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory.
  • Anderson, D.A., C. Stoyan, & R.E. Ricklefs(1987) “Why are there no viviparous birds? A Comment.” Am.Nat. 130:941-7

 

Articles:

Arnold P. Gold Foundation blog. http://humanism-in-medicine.org/using-gold-foundations-medical-student-essays-teach-humanism/

Library Green Team Newsletter

The Post– Health Center News and Communications

Florida Physician.

Society of Florida Archivists.

Annotations.

Society of Florida Archivists.

 

Training:

  • SAA DAS courses May 2, 2016 Digital Curation: Fundamentals for Success; May 3 Digital Archives and Libraries; May 4 Privacy and Confidentiality Issues for Digital Archives, Tallahassee, FL
  • Attended 2016 NLM training on:
    • Finding Information in Numbers & Words: Data Analysis for Health Information Outreach (4 hours)
    • Answering the Right Questions: Data Collection for Health Information Outreach (4 hours)
    • Measuring Your Impact: Using Evaluation for Library Advocacy (6 hours)
  • NLM PubMed for Trainers, February, 2015
  • History and future of medical archives, College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA December 4-5, 2013
  • Using and preserving electronic records. SAA Meeting, Tallahassee, FL
  • Prairie Project Sustainability in the Curriculum Training Session, University of Florida, Office of Sustainability. August 15-16, 2011.
  • Oral history training workshop. University of Florida, Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. 2011
  • Narrative Medicine Workshop, Columbia University, June, 2007.
  • Teaching History of medicine in medical schools, Johns Hopkins, 2003.

 

Funding, Honors, Grants and Awards:

  • Center for Humanities and Public Sphere, co-sponsor event, Lester Friedman PhD, Creature Feature: Frankenstein, the Universal and Hammer Films, lecture October 31, 2018., $300
  • International Scholar’s Program proposal funded: Global Biodiversity and Culture: Conservation and human well being. Tennant and N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig. $3,000/person
  • Intersections Proposal: How does the aesthetic experience impact wellness? Proposal not funded, group is seeking other funding.
  • Creative Campus/Catalyst Fund proposal funded: What Makes a Monster? N. Stoyan-Rosenzweig (PI on project), M. Tennant, H. R. Norton, A. Pomputius, J. Morgan-Daniel, $11,400
  • Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere grant for Speaker series for the NLM Traveling exhibit, Pick Your Poison. 2018
  • Jules B. Chapman MD and Annie Lou Chapman Foundation Grant- $15,000 for Florida Chapman Regional GHHS Symposium held at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL February 24 & 25, 2017
  • Creative Campus/Catalyst Grant- PI on writing grant for video production activities associated with the NLM HIV/AIDS Information Outreach grant, and activities associated with the Surviving and Thriving traveling exhibit including speaker fees and movie screening fees. Received $3312.
  • Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere Grant- included as investigator on successful grant application to fund activities associated with the exhibit Surviving and Thriving from the National Library of Medicine. Received $2,000.00
  • Jules B. Chapman MD and Annie Lou Chapman Foundation Grant- $10,000 for Florida Chapman Regional GHHS Symposium held at University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL April 23, 2016
  • Investigator on NLM HIV/AIDS Grant The National Library of Medicine; Partnering to Provide HIV/AIDS Information Outreach, PO # HHSN276201500702P
  • NNLM Express Training Grant for Speaker series for the NLM traveling exhibit, PI “The Literature of Prescription.”
  • 2015 Center for the Humanities and Public Sphere grant for speaker series for the NLM traveling exhibit, PI “The Literature of Prescription.”
  • 2014 Grant for creation of Resident GHHS chapter, Arnold P. Gold foundation.
  • Continuous Funding for oral history interviews- HSC interviews conducted: William Thomas- COM (Medicine); Waldo Fisher- COM (Medicine); Leighton Cluff- COM (Medicine); Francisco Herrero- COM (C/O 1960); Hazel Donegan- COM (Medical education); Jean Bennett- COM (C/O 1960); Alan Block- COM (Medicine); C. Max Lang- Penn State COM; Joachim Gravenstein- COM (Anesthesiology); Melvin Greer- COM (Neurology); Warren Ross- COM (Medical Education); Susan Petrina- Penn State COM; Richard Streiff- COM (Medicine); Louis Russo-JAX (incomplete); Kenneth Berns- COM (incomplete); Ted Srygley- HSC Library; Carolyn Hall- HSC Library; Henry Miller- COM (Urology); Shirley Bloodworth- Student Health Center; Lal Garg- COM (Pharmacology); Edward Copeland- COM (Surgery)-also videotaped; Richard Gutekunst- COPHHP – also videotaped; Joseph Gennaro- COM (Anatomy); Edward Block- COM (Medicine)- also videotaped; Albert Rhoton- COM (Neurosurgery)- also videotaped; Jerry Kidney- HSC VPHA; C. Craig Tisher COM (Medicine- Nephrology); Robert Nuss COM JAX; Douglas Barrett COM (Pediatrics)- also videotaped; Richard Bucciarelli COM (Pediatrics)- also videotaped; Terence Flotte COM (Pediatrics)- also videotaped; Lodewyck van Mierop COM (Pediatrics); Shelley Fraser Mickle; Arlan Rosenbloom (Pediatrics); Marcus Drewa (also videotaped); Reuben Brigety (COM C/o 1970); Nikolaus Gravenstein COM (Anesthesiology); Kathleen Shiverick COM (Pharmacology); Janet Silverstein COM (Pediatrics); Gary Rexroat, PA COM (Community Health and Family Medicine); Nancy Mendenhall COM (Radiation Oncology); Donna Parker COM (Pediatrics); J. Adrian Tyndall COM (Emergency Medicine); Douglas Anderson COM (Neuroscience); Kenneth Heilman COM (Neurology); Louis Ritz COM (Neuroscience); David Challoner COM(Internal Medicine)
  • 2013 NNLM Grant for Voyage to Health.
  • 2012 Catalyst Creative Campus Grant, “Renaissance World of Harry Potter.”
  • 2012 Rothman Grant, “Renaissance World of Harry Potter.”
  • 2012 Smathers Libraries Grant, Panama Canal
  • 2011 NN/LM Express Digitization Grant
  • Continuing Funding from Okun Family Foundation for continuation of history of medicine lecture series.
  • Funding from Okun Family Foundation for display case for medical instruments.
  • Received funding for professional advancement along with approval for new honors course.
  • Instrumental in ensuring donation of collection of historical medical instruments, values at $69,000.
  • Funding to process collection of media materials related to the invention of Gatorade.
  • Grant from COMCEC for “Teaching medical students to ‘see’”
  • Honorable mention for Health Science Center 50th anniversary publication
  • Grant for Internationalizing the Curriculum for developing Culture, Health and the Arts in Sub-Saharan Africa and the United States
  • Grant from NLM/ALA to bring to the HSC Libraries the exhibit “Changing the Face of Medicine”
  • Grants from The Free Family Foundation, including $100,000 for creation of history reading room.
  • Grant from Gold Foundation to fund Reflective Writing elective taught by Gail Ellison, PhD, 2005
  • Superior Accomplishment Award, UF Health Science Center, 2005
  • Grant from Gold Foundation to fund Teaching the Art of Medicine, a program for low income, underrepresented minority high school students, 2004
  • Honored by College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for commitment to teaching, 2002
  • National Historic Publications and Records Com. Grant to process historical materials at the UF Health Science Center, 2002
  • Grant from Thomas H. Maren Foundation to create Narr. Med. Speaker Series 2002 & endowment for Maren Room operation
  • Rackham Fellowship, University of Michigan, June, 1999
  • Research Fellowship, Library Company of Philadelphia, June 1999
  • Mellon Fellowship, American Philosophical Society, November, 1995
  • Block Grant Funding, University of Michigan, 1992-1993 & 1993-94
  • Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Michigan, 1990-92 (teaching assistantship also offered for academic year 1992-93)
  • Shell Grant Research Funding 1987 & 1988
  • National Science Foundation Pre-doctoral Fellowship 1989-1990
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistantship, Brown University

 

Exhibits:

2018

2017 Co-created exhibit on Civil War Medicine.

Created exhibit on the History and impact of HIV/AIDS globally and locally, and HSCL efforts to address the epidemic in Florida to accompany the Library’s work on an NLM grant contract.

2015 Created exhibit on the History of Neurology and understandings of the brain to accompany the NLM traveling exhibition: The Literature of Prescription. Chaired the committee to develop events and lectures associated with the exhibit’s presence, June 1-July 10.

2014 Co-curated Smathers Libraries Panama Canal Centennial Celebration; exhibit From Microscopic to Massive: Worker Health During the Construction of the Panama Canal. Also participated in planning events and lectures associated with the Centennial.

HSCL Exhibits: History of Dentistry and the College of Dentistry; History of medicines and Pharmacy.

2013 Created rotating “Mystery Artifact exhibitions, HSCL

Co-curated exhibit at the Harn Museum of Art: Plants and Medicine: Art and Science in Botanical Prints.

Participation in planning for Voyage to Health.

2012: Mini exhibits:

  • Real and Imaginary Plants in Harry Potter, Health Science Center Library
  • Real and Imaginary Plants in Harry Potter, Alachua County Public Library.
  • George T. Harrell and the College of Medicine.
  • Smathers Library special event: Materials from the HSCL archives’ artifact collection
  • African Americans in healthcare as Opening Doors follow up
  • Zombies in history and anthropology
  • Harn Museum Nights, UF: Real and imaginary plants in Harry Potter

Participation in planning for Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine– series included science demonstrations at the Alachua County Library District, talks by external as well as internal speakers, movie screenings and introductions to the movie screenings.  Included developing partnerships and events with the Cade Museum of Invention and the Alachua County Library District.  Served as co-Planning Committee Chair.

2011 Participation in planning for Opening Doors traveling exhibition; History of use of electricity in medicine; to accompany Frankenstein traveling exhibition.

2008 Organized, planned, and created exhibition: Transformations, Changes in Treatment of Mental Illness, an exhibition that includes the traveling exhibit The Lives They Left Behind.

2006 Committee to plan accompanying events, Changing the Face of Medicine traveling exhibition- creation of exhibition on The Changing Face of Medicine at the University of Florida

2002-2006 Historical Exhibits, Health Science Center Library exhibit areas

2002- present Numerous rotating historical exhibits, College of Medicine

2002- present Numerous rotating exhibits, Maren Medical Student Reading Room

1984-1986 Writer, researcher, and coordinator for exhibit on Dinosaurs, Academy of Natural Sciences.

 

Relevant Web sites maintained/content development:

http://history.med.ufl.edu/

http://humanism.med.ufl.edu/

http://com-humanities.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/

http://archive.health.ufl.edu/

http://hsc-archives.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/

http://ufdc.ufl.edu/hsca

 

Field Work:

Archaeological:

1979, 1983(summers) Worked as a trainee on several archeological excavations in England;

Behavioral research:

1987 (summer) Seabird behavioral ecology and physiology, Mount Desert Island Biological Lab, Maine

1980 Participated in research on behavioral ecology of wildebeest, bat-eared foxes, and Grevy’s and Burchell’s zebras, Kenya and Tanzania

1978(summer) Participated in research on behavioral ecology of land iguanas and Hawaiian storm petrels, Galapagos Islands

Conservation and wildlife biology:

1985 (volunteer) Raptor migration research program, Matinicus Rock, Maine

1984 and 1985 (summers) Work on the National Audubon Society’s Seabird Restoration Project, 1984 (student training program) National Zoological Gardens, endangered species breeding farm, Front Royal, VA

1981 (student training program) Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, Jersey, Channel Islands

 

Articles on projects and programs

Harry Potter exhibit and class

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/miscellaneous/bringing-hogwarts-to-gainesville-harry-potter-fans-celebrate-new-exhibit/

 

http://www.gainesvilletoday.com/2012-august/2012/08/15/harry-potter-and-the-order-of-the-gator/

 

http://www.alligator.org/news/campus/article_970009f2-f70f-11e1-93da-0019bb2963f4.html

 

http://www.alligator.org/news/campus/article_c4259e44-f89d-11e1-88fa-001a4bcf887a.html

 

http://blogs.uflib.ufl.edu/news/2012/08/27/harry-potters-world-renaissance-science-magic-and-medicine-exhibit-film-and-speaker-series/

 

http://post.health.ufl.edu/2012/09/14/harry-potter-is-in-the-library-seriously/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/staff/harry-potter-roots-in-medicinal-plants-coming-to-the-harn/

 

http://news.ufl.edu/2012/08/30/potter-medicine/

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20121028/articles/121029652

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20120926/GUARDIAN/120929710

 

Sustainability

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/from-the-farm-to-the-hsc/

 

http://post.health.ufl.edu/2011/05/18/veggies-to-go/

 

http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/fall10/langley_a/gardening.html

 

Chapman Society

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/a-tradition-of-compassion/

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20030406/LOCAL/204060314

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20040412/LOCAL/204120334

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20050208/COMMUNITY/202080301

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20060304/LOCAL/203040342

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20070228/DAYBREAK/70228006

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20070310/LOCAL/703100349

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20080315/NEWS/803150335

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20090308/ARTICLES/903081001

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20100308/ARTICLES/3081002

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20110301/ARTICLES/110309942

 

http://www.gainesville.com/article/20120227/ARTICLES/120229549

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/sharing-opportunities/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/lead-story/open-hearts/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/faculty-recognition/good-will-hunting/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/kurt-scherer-honored-for-his-compassion-and-commitment/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/uf-com-lecture-friday-helps-celebrate-humanism-solidarity-day/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/a-night-with-the-chapman-society-family/

 

March 2005 http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/Mar-Web.pdf    P. 12

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_DEC05-JAN06.pdf  P.  3 Ball

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_April06.pdf   P. 7

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_May06.pdf   P. 7

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_APRIL07.pdf  P. 6

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/Post0408.pdf  P. 9

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_April09.pdf  P. 4

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/04/ThePost_MAR2010.pdf  P. 24

 

http://post.health.ufl.edu/2011/03/11/the-chapman-society/

 

http://www.humanism-in-medicine.org/2011-Fall-GC.pdf

 

http://admissions.med.ufl.edu/students-alumni-profiles/philip-and-kurt-scherer/

 

http://www.humanism-in-medicine.org/system/images/Spring%202011%20FINAL.pdf

 

Arts in Medicine- AIM for Africa

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/top-stories/com-students-travel-to-the-gambia-to-research-countrys-health-system/

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_FEB09.pdf  P. 7

 

Medical humanities and the Maren Room

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/guest-column/white-coat-companys-performance-receives-rave-review/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/the-road-to-commencement-ilicia-shugarman-fights-cancer-at-home-and-in-the-hospital/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/top-stories/watch-maren-room-rededication-video/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/staff/a-gift-of-medical-history/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/new-com-blog-showcases-humanity-in-medicine/

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_Feb07.pdf P. 4

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/top-stories/visit-from-author-comforts-and-challenges-first-year-medical-students/

 

Culture, Health and the Arts

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_March08.pdf P. 4

 

Medical humanities clinical practice

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_March08.pdf P. 23

 

Books of the summer

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/07/ThePost_July2010.pdf P. 30

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/The-Post_September-2005.pdf

 

History of Medicine

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/medicine-and-motherhood/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/miscellaneous/the-first-woman-graduate-of-the-uf-college-of-medicine-to-speak/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/miscellaneous/the-first-african-american-graduate-of-the-uf-college-of-medicine-to-speak/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/top-stories/ufs-road-to-diversity/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/students/founding-physicians/

 

Superior accomplishment

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/May-2005-POST.pdf   P.  17

 

History

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/April-Final-web.pdf   April 2005 P. 3

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/The-Post_September-2005.pdf   P. 5, 6, 7

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePostOctober2005.pdf     P. 12

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_NOV2005.pdf  P. 3 Trivia contest winner P. 4 Library

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_DEC05-JAN06.pdf   P.  4 Inventions  P. 24 Elvis

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_Feb06.pdf   P. 6 Time Capsule

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_April06.pdf  P. 4  P. 3 Legends and Leaders

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_May06.pdf  P.  8 CON

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/The-POST_JUNE06.pdf   P. 10

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_July-Aug06.pdf  P. 3 Women in medicine library P. 28 Hazel donegan

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_Sept06.pdf   P.  5 First class P. 19 Women in Medicine

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_OCT06.pdf     P. 3

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePOST_Nov06.pdf    P. 3

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_DEC06-.pdf  P. 2 time capsule burying

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_DEC_JAN07-08.pdf  P. 4 Cade marker

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_Oct08.pdf  P. 3 Suitcases

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_March09.pdf   P. 4 D. Parker lecture

 

http://media.news.health.ufl.edu/post/the_post-2010-10.pdf  P.  23 Harrell marker

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/staff/a-gift-of-medical-history/

 

History Advisory council- Marker- Wilmot Gardens

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_FEB09.pdf  P. 5

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_April09.pdf    P. 24

 

http://news.health.ufl.edu/media/2010/01/ThePost_DEC09.pdf     P.  11

 

HSC Library Programs

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/top-stories/progress-for-african-american-pioneers-in-medicine-yesterday-today-and-tomorrow/

 

http://news.medinfo.ufl.edu/articles/miscellaneous/activism-with-heart/

 

Student blogs for class:

 

http://mostlyplants.blogspot.com/2011_01_01_archive.html

 

http://gatorgarden.blogspot.com/

 

http://callmehippie.blogspot.com/

 

http://thecollegestudentsdilemma.blogspot.com/

 

Volunteer and service

2007-present Alumna interviews for Brown University

 

2015

Ongoing throughout year:

Volunteer for IHN

Volunteer with Dollies without Borders

July

Friends of Hog Island Volunteer, June 22-27; Hog Island Audubon Camp, Maine

2014

Ongoing throughout year:

Volunteer for IHN

Volunteer for Wilmot Gardens

June

Friends of Hog Island Volunteer, June 22-27; Hog Island Audubon Camp, Maine

2013

Ongoing throughout year:

Volunteer for IHN

Volunteer for Wilmot Gardens

September

FOHI Volunteer; September 9-13; Hog Island Audubon Camp, Maine

June

Friends of Hog Island Volunteer, June 24-28; Hog Island Audubon Camp, Maine

March

Volunteer, Arts in Medicine AIM for the Panhandle project creating a garden for a senior center in Apalachicola, FL, March 6-8

 

2012

Ongoing throughout year:

Volunteer for IHN

Volunteer for Wilmot Gardens

September

FOHI Volunteer; September 10-14; Hog Island Audubon Camp, Maine