Please celebrate with our Gimnasio Vermont students. We want to wish our Colombian students well as they complete their 3-week intensive study of the English Language. Celebratory food and drinks provided.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 8:00am - 9:30aLocation: Pomerleau Alumni CenterSpeaker: Dr. Marta Kokoszynska, Instructor, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine — UVM Larner College of Medicine Dr. Kokoszynska graduated from NYU with a degree in Economics and Mathematics in 2006. She worked as an Executive Account Manager in advertising before going to medical school, which she finished in 2013. She finished her training in Internal Medicine and went on to specialize in Pulmonary and Critical Care. She is currently a clinician researcher at the University of Vermont Medical Center and clinical instructor at the Larner College of Medicine at The University of Vermont. Dr. Kokoszynska’s clinical interests lie in Interstitial Lung Disease. She is involved in improving care in this field by heading regular multidisciplinary conferences to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of these patients. She also satisfies her quest for knowledge by working at the bench in the lab, using animal models to study lung injury. Dr. Kokoszynska has published and presented her work at multiple national and international conferences as well as reviewed and edited multiple manuscripts and textbooks in her field. Dr. Kokoszynska is also passionate about sharing her knowledge by teaching both medical students and residents at The University of Vermont. She is also involved in multiple critical care, administrative and educational committees at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Dr. Kokoszynska has joined her passion of medicine with her love of the faith by being an active member of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA). Hoping to bring this national association closer to home, she is working on starting a guild of the CMA here in Vermont to help other Catholic healthcare professionals to embrace and strengthen their faith within their profession. In pursuit of sharing her two passions of medicine and helping within the church she recently joined an advisory board for the Vermont Catholic Charities. In her spare time, she has volunteered at events like the Vermont Marathon, Vermont health fares and multiple catholic conferences. In the past she has also enjoyed working with youth and young adults by volunteering with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and been on medical missions to Honduras.
Join the Uraura Japanese group for a night of celebration. There will be singing, dancing, performances, and food.
Please join our International Students, many from International College of Technology, Kanazawa and our Academic Partners to celebrate their accomplishments in intensive study of the English language.