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The Keats Society is the alumni society of UVA’s Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging. Click here to learn more.
Keats Society Fund
The Keats Society Fund provides support for the Keats Society’s essential programs and activities, including annual gifts to departing residents and fellows, newsletters that reach alumni worldwide, and the biennial Keats Homecoming weekend. When you give to the Keats Society Fund, you give the gift of connection, communication, and community to all of our current and former residents, fellows, and faculty members.
Keats Society Education Endowment Fund
The Keats Education Endowment Fund gives alumni the chance to directly support activities that enhance the experience of current residents and fellows in the department. These include the popular alumni guest lectures, which bring alumni back to the department several times a year to present to current trainees and faculty; Ladyologist events, which give our female trainees and faculty a supportive space to share professional and personal experiences; and educational materials, including Core Exam study manuals, anatomy guides, and physics textbooks.
- Keats Circle: $10,000
- Chair’s Circle: $5,000
- Platinum: $2,500
- Gold: $1,000
- Silver: $500
Eduard and Francesca de Lange UVA Radiology Resident Diversity and Inclusion Fund
The de Lange Diversity and Inclusion Fund encourages resident applicants interested in diversity and inclusion to join the department and provides support for diversity leadership within the residency program. One representative is chosen from each class year to lead and contribute to departmental efforts to promote diversity and inclusion. When you give to the de Lange Diversity and Inclusion Fund, you directly support our trainees and their efforts to create a culture of inclusivity, diversity, and respect in the department and community. Click here to learn more.
Spencer B. Gay Radiology Resident International Educational Program and Global Health Leadership Track
This Program aims to create an educational exchange between the department and underserved international health care organizations. Two residents per class year have the opportunity to build relationships with our partner institution, Mbarrara University of Science and Techology in Uganda, and travel there to work and learn alongside them. Your support of this program allows an exchange of knowledge and experience that has a lasting impact on both our trainees and international partners. Click here to learn more.