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Express Yourself

What do you really think about your job? The organization you work for? Now is your chance to express yourself. The upcoming Employee Satisfaction Survey, to be administered April 4–April 15, can be taken in the classroom or, for the first time, online. Employees have received packets containing a schedule of dates, times and locations, a survey tip sheet, and a progress report highlighting changes made following the 2003 survey. An e-mail, sent before April 4 from survey vendor HRSolutions, contains the URL and details on how to take the survey electronically. Survey takers: For your efforts, you will receive an umbrella with the JHM logo.

Match Making

March 17 was a day of celebration as senior med students nationwide learned which residency programs they’ll enter July 1. “Match Day is really the beginning of the next phase of medical education,” said Tom Koenig, new dean of student affairs. Three days earlier, students had found out online if they’d successfully matched to a program. They found out which program on Match Day during the traditional group ritual when the weighty, white envelopes were opened. For students like Kimberlly Chhor, right, who discovered that she landed a primo spot in orthopedics at NYU/Hospital for Joint Diseases, everything was emotional.

STLM, cont.

HBO’s “Something the Lord Made” won Best TV Movie at the NAACP Image Awards, announced March 19. At the Black Reel Awards, presented Feb. 19, the film won awards for Best TV Movie and Best Supporting Actor (Clayton LeBouef). The National Magazine Award-winning story on which the film was based now is on the Web ( DVDs are available for rental at Hollywood Video and for purchase ($27) on the HBO Web site.




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