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Alumni Reunion 2018

All alumni are welcome as we celebrate the
milestone years of our PIMS classes of T-’78, T-’83, T-’88, T-’93 and T-’98;
and College of Medicine classes of 2008 and 2013.

 Registration is now open!

$75 per person, includes 2 lunches, 1 dinner and at least 2 hours of
Category 1 CME credit education session Currently awaiting MECOP approval.

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 Friday, March 16

Time Event Location
10:00 –
11:00 a.m.
Alumni Reunion Check-in
When you arrive on campus, make your first stop the Reunion Check-In
table to pick up your reunion tote bag, registration materials, name tags
and mementos. 
College of Medicine
11:00 –
11: 30 a.m.
Travel from COM to Ruby Diamond
Catch a ride over to FSU's premier concert hall Ruby Diamond.
Meet at the round-about in front of the Thrasher Building. 
– Alumni van
Noon –
1: 30 p.m.
Class of 2018 Match Day Ceremony
Few events hold more drama, or have more impact, in the life of a
medical student than Match Day. Join us as Class of 2018 students learn
where they'll continue their medical education.

Ruby Diamond
1:30 –
2:15 p.m.
Travel time back to College of Medicine
Meet at the side entrance of Ruby Diamond for a ride back to the 
College of Medicine for a picnic lunch in the courtyard.
– Alumni van
1:30 –
2:15 p.m.
Picnic Lunch
Grab a box lunch, catch-up with old classmates and make new
friends in the courtyard. After lunch join your class for a private tour
of the Clinical Learning Center and new Functional MRI
 Center at 2:15 p.m. 
College of Medicine
2:15 –
3:00 p.m.
Tour of the fMRI and Clinical Learning Centers
Take a guided tour of the College of Medicine, its Clinical Learning
Center and our state-of-the-art Functional MRI
with current medical students as they discuss what it's like to work
and learn there today.

Begins in Atrium
3:15 –
4:00 p.m.
Future of Medicine: Student Panel
Hear perspectives from a Bridge student, first, second, and
third year medical students, and a first year physician assistant
student as they reflect on their individual paths, their biggest
challenge so far and how they foresee the future of medicine.

Durrell Peaden Auditorium
4:00 –
4:45 p.m.

Future of the College of Medicine: Mission Updates
Join us to learn about on-going projects and
new initiatives at the College of Medicine.

Durrell Peaden Auditorium
5:00 –
5:30 p.m.
Student/Alumni Speed-Networking
This is a great opportunity to share your words of wisdom with current
students, such as how to best obtain preceptorships, what life is like
after graduation, and what you wish you had known when you were
in medical school. 
College of Medicine
6:30 –
7:00 p.m.
Cocktail Reception
Join your classmates for drinks—a time to share memories
and recognize a cherished common history.
Residence Inn Tallahassee
Universities At The Capitol‎
7:00  –
9:00 p.m.
Dinner & Notable Alumnus Lecture
Reconnect with classmates, regional campus
deans and faculty, leadership, and old friends over dinner and cocktails
as notable Class of 2006 alumnus, Robert D. Allison, M.D., MPH,
describes his path to becoming a physician-scientist in a lecture titled
“Chance favors the prepared mind in medical career discovery”.

Residence Inn Tallahassee
Universities At The Capitol‎


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9:30 p.m. Social Time
Join our PIMS classes of T-’78, T-’83, T-’88, T-’93 and T-’98;
and College of Medicine classes of 2008 and 2013 for a
night on the town at a new Tallahassee favorite.
Class of '08 - Proof Brewing Co.


Saturday, March 17

Time Event Location
8:00 –
9:30 a.m.
Alumni Breakfast with Deans and Alumni CME
While you enjoy a hot breakfast hear the state of the College of Medicine
from Dean Fogarty and updates from the regional campuses deans.
Then enjoy a special lecture from alumnus Robert D. Allison, M.D., MPH, on
“Demystifying Medicine” as he reviews current standards of care
strategies and presents new and emerging technologies and their challenges.

Classroom 1306
9:45 a.m. –
Faculty Research Session
Gregg Stanwood, Ph.D., associate professor of biomedical sciences, will present a lecture titled "Developmental Causes and Consequences of Drug Abuse"
Classroom 1306
Noon Box Lunch To Go
Grab a box lunch to-go before you head out of town.
College of Medicine
1:00 –
3:00 p.m.
FSU Medical Alumni Board Meeting
Sit in on this open meeting as the FSU Medical Alumni executive
board members discuss current initiatives and ways to empower
our alumni to engage in the activities of the college.
Mina Jo Powell
Conference Room


Hotel Accommodations

See who's attending!

  • T-1975
    • William Bennett
  • T-1976
    • Stephen Cummings
    • Richard Sheridan
  • T-1981
    • Richard Adkins
  • T-1983
    • Paul Deci
    • Floyd Jaggears
    • Richard Jolkovsky
    • Michael McCormick 
    • Ruth Suzanne Morgan
    • Scott Warren
  • T-1989
    • David Palmer
  • Class of 2005
    • Christie Alexander
  • Class of 2006
    • Robert Allison
  • Class of 2008
    • Peter Bechtel
    • Marc Bernstein
    • Amy Neal 
    • Aarti Patel
    • Charles Ritchie
    • Sarah Ritchie
    • Cody VanLandingham
  • Class of 2013
    • Laura Davis
    • Mary Norton


What else is there to do in Tallahassee while you're here? 

Need child care while you're in town? Let us know!


Interested in serving as an Alumni Reunion Volunteer? 

Volunteers will coordinate all aspects of the reunion such as the hotel, venues, and transportation. Class volunteers will first and foremost encourage their classmates to attend. Depending on turnout from your class, we would assist you in planning additional class-specific events, such as a group gathering at a local restaurant or hotel. Contact alumni relations coordinator Chelsea at to learn more! 

Stay in the know! 
Watch for periodic Medical Alumni Reunion emails from the College of Medicine with details about the weekend. If you aren't currently receiving those emails now, send your name and current email address to, call (850) 645-9428, or update your alumni profile information here