Just a reminder that the GBM is WEDNESDAY at 8pm in the Earl Warren Room in PC (3rd floor above the food court)! However, due to the possible rain, we are changing the social from a bonfire and instead having a pizza social right after the GBM!. We will be providing the pizza!
See you all tomorrow!
***Also: Remninder that officer applications are due THIS FRIDAY! 4/13. If you have any questions regarding the positions, we encourage you to attend the GBM and ask any of the current officers. The application and descriptions are attached.
Thank you for all who could come to our last GBM (we know it was hard for a lot of you with midterms scheduled)!
We would especially like to thank our guest speaker, Crystal Rubin! We had a great time learning how to measure blood pressure, take someone’s temperature, and examine one’s blood sugar levels!
For those of you who couldn’t make it or for those who want a reminder of what was went over last night, here is the link for the GBM slides:
Hi Flying Sams!
Need a break from all those midterms? Come to our GBM!
Our 2nd winter quarter GBM is coming up! The GBM will be next Wednesday, 2/22, at 8pm in the Dolores Huerta Room, near the old student center. The meeting should be great! Princeton Review will be coming and raffling off some books and providing information for personal statements for grad school! If you plan on applying this year, you should start writing your personal statement NOW-and this will be very informative for you!
We are excited to have Crystal Rubin, a registered nurse come and talk about her path to becoming a nurse and volunteer experiences. She will also be giving a vitals “how-to” so that all member can effectively run the vitals station at clinic! We will have tutorials on heart rate, blood pressure, blood glucose, temperature, etc. So come learn how to take a blood pressure and blood glucose levels! (dont worry, we will have oranges to prick instead of skin)
Hope to see you there! As always, the GBM counts as an event for clinic eligibility-make sure to sign in when you get there.
Missed the first GBM of Winter 2012 quarter? Missed some information you didn’t have the chance to write down at the time? Well here you go folks, and uploaded copy just for you!
Just download the media straight to your computer!
Winter 2012 GBM 1 slides
The first GBM of winter quarter is coming up! Join all your fellow Flying Sams 8-9:30 PM Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at the Dolores Huerta Room (located within Mandeville Center). Dr. David Rose, a former UCSD admissions committee member, old Flying Samaritan, and the current president of the amazing organization Healing Hearts Across Borders will be coming to speak about his organization.
We will also be having a Tapioca Express (TapEx) boba run after the GBM! Come with us to socialize, grab some great drinks and help raise funds for the Flying Sams!
Hey Flying Sams!
Just a reminder to you all that we will be having our 2nd GBM this WEDNESDAY at 8:30 PM in the DOLORES HUERTA room in the old student center (near porters pub and mandeville coffee cart area). Note that the time has been changed to 8:30 PM due to room availability.
The Guest speaker will be the President of the Palomar Chapter (ie Southern California) of the Flying Samaritans. He will provide lots of insight on the Flying Samaritans and should have some wonderful stories!
We will also be having a TapEX Fundraiser after the meeting and we can all walk over to PC together and do some great fundraising for our club!
Furthermore, committees will be meeting for the first time so make sure to come if you are interested in joining!
PS. We are having a Kripy Kreme Doughnut Fundraiser on Tuesday of next week, so if you’d like to purchase a box of doughnuts please bring 10 dollars to the GBM.
Don’t forget to also bring your membership form and membership fee to the GBM.
Hope to see you all there!
The Flying Sams at UCSD
The Flying Samaritans at UCSD will be having our first GBM Wednesday of 3rd week (Oct 12th) 8PM in the Earl Warren Room on the 3rd floor of Price Center West. You can come learn about our organization and Dr. Patel, our founding doctor and advisor for the past 10 years, will share his experiences.