Physicians Alumni Weekend - Virtual Edition
October 16, 2020
The 63rd Annual Physicians Alumni Weekend will be held virtually on the evening of Friday, October 16, 2020.
PAW 2020 Schedule
7 pm (CDT) - Physicians Alumni Weekend Virtual Program
State of the Medical School
Dean Steven Zweig, MD '79, MSPH
MU Health Care and NextGen Precision Health Initiative
Dr. Richard Barohn, Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs
8 pm (CDT) - Class Zoom Reunions for 2020 Reunion Classes
An opportunity for reunion classes (years ending in 0s and 5s) to catch up with your classmates through a Zoom gathering. Attendees should be prepared to give a short personal update.
Links and log in instructions for the Virtual Program and individual Class Zoom Reunions will be emailed directly to pre-registered attendees, and will be posted on the PAW website prior to the event.
2020 Reunion Classes
Can't make the Zoom Reunion? Submit an update about your life through the Share Your Alumni News form. A class recap will be sent out following the virtual reunion.
Get a jump start on reminiscing by viewing your class yearbook. MUtation has been digitized and is available online to view as a downloadable pdf.
Reunion classes are also encouraged to give to their Class Scholarship Fund to help support medical students at Mizzou. Information about your class fund status will be shared in reunion communications, but why wait? Make a contribution today. Make a contribution today by contacting the School of Medicine Advancement Office at 573-882-6100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help endow the Ted Groshong, MD, Alumni Lecture! We are more than halfway to the $100,000 goal but would like to be fully funded by PAW 2021. Make your gift to honor Dr. Groshong and his dedicated service to generations of physician alumni and Missouri families.
Membership in the MU Medical Alumni Organization and Mizzou Alumni Association is the perfect way to foster lasting relationships with your medical school classmates and university. Membership provides you with numerous benefits and services.
As Tigers, we are all called to be part of the progress to address the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and other recent tragedies that have impacted countless lives. Explore resources and opportunities to make a difference through Tigers Support Tigers, including emergency funds, volunteer opportunities and ways to connect to and support our Mizzou community.