University of Maryland School of Medicine 2015 Junior Jollies (6/27/14) Watch in HD! From the depths of studying for Step 1 to starting our 4th and final year of medical school, we chronicle the life of a 3rd year through hit songs from Disney's "Frozen". Click here to view the songs individually: Do You Want to Be a Surgeon? ["Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" Frozen Med Parody] youtu.be/E4hfUnxOSY8 For the First Time in Forever [Frozen Med Parody] youtu.be/AFscpm0fOF8 Let Me Go ["Let It Go" Med Parody] youtu.be/7Y53Yd01zJw Life as an MS4 ["Love is an Open Door" Med Parody] youtu.be/Qi5hwVxOGFs Soloists: Jenny Scott Amanda Bana Fernandez Meaghan Moxley Swathi Raman Matt Zeitler Lyrics: Jenny Scott Meaghan Moxley Jessica Schwartz Jeremy Bengson Cinematography: Andy Chen Keya Manshadi Tim Costales Joe Weinstein Jeremy Bengson Arrangement and Production: Jeremy Bengson Special Thanks: UMDSOM UMDSOL UMMC OR Staff UMMC Pediatrics Dr. Ari Silver-Isenstadt Melody Shi Harsh Desai Emily Sze Danielle Guiffre Hailiu Yang Vida Chen Steve Biederman Tom Robertson Tim Wymer Loan La Yoyo Jiang Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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An expert in labor relations, negotiation and organization studies, Siegel came to the MIT in 1954, originally as an instructor in the Department of Economics. He was named a full professor — with a dual appointment at MIT Sloan and the Department of Economics — in 1964. From 1967-1981, Siegel was Sloan's associate dean under Dean Bill Pounds, and he was named head of MIT Sloan in June 1981, serving in that position through 1987. He was most recently the Howard W. Johnson Professor of Management Emeritus at the Institute.==References==
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