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By Dr. Kyle Bryant Simmons

I am a 48-year-old male of Native American heritage with a Ph.D. in Humanities, which means I fall within a category of extremely underrepresented minorities in academia with a Ph.D. I am also a citizen in two different nations on the North American continent: the United States of America and the Muscogee/Creek Nation, so being in unique/unorthodox categories is nothing new to my life.

However, six months ago I found myself forced into a new minority group: men that have been sexually harassed — grabbed or pulled or touched without permission — by their female administrators (which has led to retaliation against me for filing a sexual harassment claim and the subsequent denial of my tenure — more about all this later).

This new minority group that I now find myself to be a part of is not a group that I chose to represent (quite frankly, it has taken me months of psyching myself up to have the courage to write this embarrassing article).

I hope that the following narrative of my experience will help others (men and women alike) to speak up and out against people in positions of power that are abusing their power and abusing people in the process; and I hope that it becomes clear that the paradigm of men with power over women has become reflected in the actions of women with power over men and I hope that #me(n)too! is a concern that will now be addressed constructively.

What Happened

On Aug. 17, 2017 most Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) employees were gathered for a Semester Kick-off Event, led by TMCC’s President, Karin Hilgersom, and her administrative staff.

At 1:47:59 into this event, extremely loud music began to blare throughout the room, drowning out the speaking President.

It seemed like the booming audio was a mistake, but when it was not immediately silenced, and individuals around the room began to stand on their chairs, shouting, clapping, and swaying, it became apparent that the shrieking music was not a mistake.

Within a minute, the individuals standing on their chairs, shouting, clapping, and swaying, jumped to the ground and made their way to the front of the room, where they were joined by even more people who started a choreographed dance routine to the music, accompanied by the President and her administrative staff.

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I would like to reiterate that this meeting was a mandatory, professional gathering, which broke into a flash mob with people swaying and shaking their bodies in the faces of seated individuals that did not ask to be a part of such an activity.

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Bagels and Joe Public Health Student Government When? 8:30-10:20am Where? Public Health Lobby- Caroline Richardson Building by the Student Health Center

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Cite Organize Your Sources Using Zotero: Undergraduate Research Edition *LUNCH SERVED Howard-Tilton Memorial Library When? 12:00-12:50pm Where? Howard-Tilton Library Room 308 Undergraduates, as you advance in your studies, consider upping your research game. Zotero is a free tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. In this workshop, you will install Zotero, add sources to your library, learn the basics of organizing and managing, and create a bibliography in the citation style of your choice. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own laptops so that they can download and begin building their own library (library laptops will also be available). RSVP HERE: https:// cite-organize-your-sources- using-zotero-undergraduate -research-edition

Academic Internship Program Information Session Center for Public Service (CPS) When? 4:00-5:00pm Where? LBC Stibbs 203 Learn more about how you can earn academic and public service credit this summer or next fall through the CPS Internship Program! By taking a seminar and completing an internship with a non-profit or community organization, you can earn 3 elective credits, fulfill your 2nd tier, gain professional experience, and get involved with the local community. RSVP HERE:


Sophomore Declaration Celebration *FOOD SERVED Newcomb-Tulane College, Tower Crescent, and Undergraduate Student Government When? 4:00-6:00pm (open house) Where? Bea Field Alumni House The signature event of Class of 2020 week! Whether you declared your major this week or when you first entered Tulane, come celebrate your academic achievements and receive your first piece of academic regalia to wear at your graduation in 2020! Email will be sent to all sophomores with link to RSVP. Facebook event: Split Hem Skinny Jean Midwash blue Noisy May 9kHYI3S6v

Puppies and Popsicles Freeman Student Government When? 2:00-4:00pm Where? Pocket Park


Dean’s Coffee Newcomb-Tulane College When? 9:30am Where? Cudd Hall Lobby Celebrate the end of Class of 2020 week with a donut and cup of coffee with Dean MacLaren.

Sophomore Research Lunch: Encountering the Unexpected with Dr. LaPorchia Collins *LUNCH SERVED Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT) When? 12:00-12:50pm Where? Richardson Building 310 One of the most challenging and interesting aspects of conducting research is what happens when your results are not what you anticipated. Things can get even more interesting when your results also aren’t the opposite of what you expected: they are just absent. What does this mean and how do researchers proceed? Find out in this special Research lunch for sophomores! RSVP HERE: TROUSERS Shorts Christies 63b0UR0


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Sophomore Trivia Night Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life (LBC) When? 9:00pm Where? LBC City Diner Join us for our very first SOPHOMORE NIGHT at trivia in the City Diner where you can test your random knowledge and win prizes! Come grab a one-of-a-kind TAD patch and compete with your closest friends to win some awesome prizes!

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We highlight primary care innovations gathered from high-functioning primary care practices, innovations we believe can facilitate joy in practice and mitigate physician burnout. To do so, we made site visits to 23 high-performing primary care practices and focused on how these practices distribute functions among the team, use technology to their advantage, improve outcomes with data, and make the job of primary care feasible and enjoyable as a life’s vocation. Innovations identified include (1) proactive planned care, with previsit planning and previsit laboratory tests; (2) sharing clinical care among a team, with expanded rooming protocols, standing orders, and panel management; (3) sharing clerical tasks with collaborative documentation (scribing), nonphysician order entry, and streamlined prescription management; (4) improving communication by verbal messaging and in-box management; and (5) improving team functioning through co-location, team meetings, and work flow mapping. Our observations suggest that a shift from a physician-centric model of work distribution and responsibility to a shared-care model, with a higher level of clinical support staff per physician and frequent forums for communication, can result in high-functioning teams, improved professional satisfaction, and greater joy in practice.

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By all reports, primary care physicians are at high risk of burnout. 1 3 Fewer physicians are choosing primary care; many are leaving it. 4 6 Although waning interest in adult primary care careers is multifactorial, driven by such forces as the primary care–subspecialty income gap, medical schools’ devaluing of primary care, and the unsustainable primary care work life, we focus on the work life issue. One study suggests that the difficult work life may be the most influential factor discouraging medical students from primary care careers. 7

Those who practice adult primary care are often deeply dissatisfied, 1 spending much of their days performing functions that do not require their professional training. 8 More than one-half of general internists and family physicians have symptoms of burnout. 1 Time pressure, chaotic work environments, increasing administrative and regulatory demands, an expanding knowledge base, fragmentation of care delivery, and greater expectations placed on primary care contribute to the strain. 9 Workdays are getting longer 10 and rewards are diminishing. Joy is in short supply.

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