Students run with College of Medicine dean

March 21, 2016 | UToday, Medicine and Life Sciences



College of Medicine and Life Sciences students, along with some faculty and staff, participated in a run with the dean event on Health Science Campus March 10.

The monthly event is an opportunity for students to connect with Dr. Christopher Cooper, dean of the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and executive vice president for clinical affairs.

Students in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences recently went for a run with their dean, Dr. Christopher Cooper, sporting a yellow T-shirt and blue hat.

Students in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences recently went for a run with their dean, Dr. Christopher Cooper, sporting a yellow T-shirt and blue hat.

Participants, including the dean, ran approximately four miles from campus to Swan Creek Metropark and back.

A luncheon was held afterward for discussion and further one-on-one time with the dean.

“We have a very talented group of students and faculty that are committed to the emotional and physical health of our college,” Cooper said. “It is really a great pleasure spending time with these young women and men, and having the opportunity to hear directly from them their stories.”

The next run will be held Wednesday, April 6. Watch for details on the College of Medicine’s Facebook page here.