By Wendy Sarubbi | December 14, 2015 10:55 am

The Harriet F. Ginsberg Health Sciences Library has new pieces of original art – courtesy of College of Medicine faculty, staff and students. On December 11, colleagues joined Dr. Deborah German, vice president for medical affairs and dean, to celebrate the newly staged pieces

The new art includes paintings and sculpture and will be on display for the next 12 months. The college hopes to create a yearly tradition where members of the medical school community donate work they have created for a rotating display.

This year’s pieces reflect the artists’ interpretation of the theme “Celebrating Life.”

“Many of you have hidden talents outside of the medical school,” Dr. German said at the unveiling. “And art is something that is strongly tied to medicine for creative expression.”

The artists who donated work are:

Rhonda Anderson (Clinical Skills and Simulation Center)

Dr. Esteban Janolo (Volunteer faculty)

Dr. Manette Monroe (Student Affairs, Clinical Sciences faculty)

Barbara O’Hara (Operations)

Eva Rena (Class of 2017 student)







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