The first event associated with the ASDOH’s Advisory Board was a dinner hosted by Stanley and Marion Bergman at their home. The evening brought together the dental industry board members and the leadership of Henry Schein and ATSU. It was a tremendous opportunity to share ideas and recommit to the mission of the school. The following morning, the board meeting, hosted by Henry Schein and held at the Harvard Club, focused on initial projects for the new Dillenberg Center for Health Innovation and Technology.
After his return to Phoenix, Dr. Jack Dillenberg proceeded to the OKU Induction Ceremony. The event acknowledged the outstanding achievements of the new inductees.
The week started with Dr. Dillenberg’s end-of-year student brown bag lunch which drew a large number of students from all four classes to visit with the dean. Following the meeting, Dr. Jack met with all four class presidents to discuss current issues and his transition to retirement plan.
On Tuesday evening, Dr. Jack Dillenberg attended the ASDOH Chapter of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU) National Dental Honor Society for its annual induction banquet. OKU was founded for the purpose of encouraging scholarship and advancing the ethical standards of the dental profession. Members are elected from the top 20 percent of the class.
"The most difficult glue to find is the one to repair broken trust." Dr. Jack Dillenberg