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Join Penn State's most successful young alumni! Meet and mingle with this accomplished group of recent graduates, learn how their Penn State experiences have helped to influence their professional careers, and gain insight into the secrets of their success through a student-moderated panel discussion with plenty of time for one-on-one conversations.
22 March 2011 8:25 AM to 07 April 2011 9:00 PM
Hintz Family Alumni Center, Penn State University Park, PA
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Penn State Alumni Achievement Student Mixer

Thursday, April 7 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Hintz Family Alumni Center

Refreshments will be served.
  Please R.S.V.P. by Wednesday, April 6. Business casual dress is appropriate.

The Alumni Achievement Awards are given by the Penn State Alumni Association to recognize the contributions and leadership of alumni, ages 35 and under, in their respective fields.

Co-Sponsored by the Blue & White Society


Eberly College of Science Students and those interested in medical school:

Maggie Ann Jeffries ’99 Sci
Maggie Jeffries is an anesthesiologist with Avalon Anesthesia in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
After earning her Penn State degree in biology, Jeffries attended medical school at Drexel University and graduated in 2003 with high honors. She began her residency in 2003 at a Harvard Community Hospital and completed her program at Johns Hopkins University in 2007.   During this time she began serving a 3-year term on the Anesthesiology Residency Review Committee of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), an institution responsible for the accreditation medical training programs.  
Upon completion of her medical degree, Jeffries was an assistant professor at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston for 2 and halfyears, where she focused on pediatric and neuroanesthesia. While there, she chaired the Debakey High school mentorship program, coordinated monthly Journal club, and was the coordinator for resident education programs.  Jeffries is currently the coordinator of Evidence Based Anesthesia Practice at Baptist Nassau, Insuring all policies and procedures conform to known standards of care.  She has presented research at national anesthesia meetings throughout the country and has published articles in Anesthesiology News, Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, The Neurologist, and Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.  
As part of her community outreach, Jeffries works with local high school and college students, allowing them to shadow her at her practice in the operating room.  Jeffries previously served on the Eberly College of Science Alumni Society Board 2000-2003.

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