Forgetting that the school was closed on MLK Day, Dr. Jack Dillenberg conducted meetings on campus with out-of-town visitors. Later in the week, he met with admissions counselors from both campuses to discuss next year’s admissions plans.
On Thursday Dr. Jack Dillenberg went to Pomona, CA to chair the board meeting for the Center for Oral Health.
The following day he participated in a panel discussion sponsored by the SOMA Student Osteopathic Medical Association Chapter on Health Policy. The students wanted to know how to get involved in developing health policy. He joined Arizona State Senator, Kelli Ward, and Joe Abate, a well-known Arizona lobbyist, along with a SOMA student leader in the discussion.
The week ended that evening when Dr. Jack Dillenberg and Jamie Moret attending the ATSU Reception and Board Dinner which highlighted SOMA.