Students Share Medical Missions

Shadia Ajam | Sept. 3, 2013 | College of Science


Each year the Dooley Society awards stipends to a group of current Notre Dame students or alumni in medical school. Recipients are awarded these stipends to cover funds for international medical missions. This past Saturday, a group of students convened in the Jordan Hall of Science to present their medical mission experiences to the Dooley Society and the Notre Dame community.

The Dr. Tom Dooley Society is a group of Notre Dame alumni in the medical and health care professions that are organized for the purpose of mentorship, education, Catholic values, and global service to humanity. The society currently consists of over 2,300 members and has awarded over 90 stipends to students and alumni.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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