Camping Under the Stars, Nolan Ung & Lawrance Chung
The UCLA BEAT showcases the creativity of members of the UCLA health sciences community. The journal was initiated by DGSOM medical students in 1998 with the goal of establishing an enduring medium for expression of literary and visual art. The UCLA BEAT is published annually each spring, and shared interdepartmentally with faculty, students, staff, patients, and other universities.
The UCLA Beat Launch PartyDate TBD Feb/March 201712:00-1:00 PM
Digital Cortex, by Andy Trang and Isaac Yang
Sunset on the Seine, by Sarah Park
A Golden Sunset, by Brian Fung
Block 2, by Rebecca Thompson
Who can contribute? Anyone in the UCLA Health System.
What is accepted? Any original content, non-medical or medical.
How many entries am I allowed? No more than three entries per category, per person.
When is my submission due? Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 11:59 p.m.
All submissions are anonymously evaluated by an impartial committee. All UCLA medical student submissions are automatically entered to the Vital Signs Awards for Literature and Art.
Literary Art This category can include original fiction, non-fiction, poetry, humor, and opinion pieces (4000 word limit). Submissions for this category can be submitted online or to the DGSOM Office of Student Affairs in CHS. Include a short 2-3 sentance biography about yourself with your submission.
Visual Art This category can include photography, drawing, painting, cartoon, and sculpture. Submissions for this category can be submitted online or to the DGSOM Office of Student Affairs in CHS (they will be returned after they are scanned), or they can be scanned at a resolution of 600dpi and submitted as TIF files. Include a short 2-3 sentance biography about yourself with your submission.
Submission are currently closed for the 2016 UCLA Beat issue. Once submissions are being accepted you will be able to submit online here. Contact us if you have any questions or comments about the UCLA BEAT.
2016-2017 Editors: Jacqueline Ngo, Rongzi (Rose) Shan, Victoria Sun
Faculty Advisor: Neil Parker, MD
Editors can be reached at email@example.com
UCLA BEATStudent Affairs OfficeGeffen Hall, Suite 200 885 Tiverton Drive, Box 951720 Los Angeles, CA 90095-1720
Vital Signs Awards: These awards are bestowed annually to the top two UCLA medical student submissions in each of the separate categories of Art and Literature.
Acknowledgements: A special thank you to Dr. Neil Parker for his support of The BEAT, without whom we could not showcase the multitude of talents of our medical community.
We would also like to thank our past Editors-In-Chief, whose guidance has been critical to the continuation of this UCLA tradition.