Dr. Saltz presents a check on behalf of the International College of Dentists to Dean Ryder. 

Lindsey Cunningham, Tara Prasad and Nicole Kimmes provide care to children in a primary school in Phnom Penh. 

Lindsey Cunningham (center) says the Cambodia trip broadened her world perspective.
District 1 Deputy Regent Dr. Barry Saltz presented a check from the ICD USA Section to Dean Ryder with the University of New England College of Dental Medicine for their International Student Experience Program.

The school received $3,332.00 from the ICD’s USA Section and the USA Section Foundation to help defray the costs of the students' mission trips. 

The ICD USA Section International Student Experience Program provides dental students of today the educational and cultural enrichment necessary for professional leadership in the global community tomorrow.  2016 was the first year under the new name, International Student Experience Program, which reflects our support of the learning opportunities of mission style trips as well as reciprocal exchanges.  The popularity of these programs continues to grow, as does academia's appreciation for its benefit to contemporary student education. In 2017, we had 17 USA dental schools participating, representing approximately 35 international trips and 14 schools participating in 2018. Many dental school applicants are even evaluating the availability of international opportunities in their selection process.

These projects are made possible by the combined efforts of the ICD USA Section and the ICD USA Section Foundations. Your kind Foundation donations fund the International Student Experience Program. 

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