RCSS's goal is to bring together students and faculty around issues involving science, service, and subjectivity.
Low Library on April 2nd, 2017
Dr. Lechich is the Medical Director at the 609-bed Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center in Manhattan, NY and also serves as the Sr. V.P. for Clinical Strategy at ArchCare. As physician, teacher, administrator and writer, Dr. Lechich has focused on defining issues in quality of life for the institutionalized elderly and persons with late-stage Huntington’s disease.
Shayla Love writes "A lesson on life's end: How one college class is rethinking doctor training" on the new RCSS course created by student intern Tess Cersonsky and director Dr. Robert Pollack.
Ashley Shaw is a former Columbia undergraduate student who created the Terence Cardinal Cooke "At Your Service" volunteer program. She wrote a reflection as part of a project spearheaded by her Harvard medical school classmates in the aspiration of compiling a "Storybook" of experiences from her class.