Among this year’s inductees to the International College of Dentists (ICD) are two members of the NYS Dental Foundation Board of Trustees (shown here, front*), Dr. Mark Bauman and Dr. Maria Maranga. Membership in the ICD, the world’s oldest and largest honor society for dentists, is by invitation only, and extended only to those members of the profession who adhere to the motto, Recognizing Service and the Opportunity to Serve. Drs. Bauman and Maranga were among those who passed a rigorous peer review process leading to the recognition of their “outstanding professional achievement, meritorious service and dedication to the continued progress of dentistry for the benefit of humankind.”
Also honored by the ICD during the 2016 ADA Annual Session in Denver was former NYSDF Trustee Mr. Steven W. Kess, vice president of Global Relations, Office of the Chairman and CEO, Henry Schein, Inc. Mr. Kess, who continues to serve as an advisor to the Foundation, is a visionary who has synthesized the concerns of business and public policy concerns, showing that industry can “do well by doing good.”
The deadline for Round 3 of the Drinking Water Fluoridation Fund is approaching fast. The funding opportunities from the NYS Department of Health support costs related to the construction, installation, repair, replacement, or upgrade of fluoride equipment in drinking water facilities. Both opportunities are now posted on the NYS Grants Gateway.
One opportunity supports municipalities with funding up to $50,000 for the planning and implementation of community water fluoridation. Component 1 (Grants Gateway # DOH01-DWF1R3-2016) will pay for development of an engineering report to initiate or maintain water fluoridation. Component 2 (Grants Gateway # DWF2R3-2016) will pay for the upgrade, replacement, repair or purchase of equipment to initiate or maintain water fluoridation.
The second opportunity (RFA- Grants Gateway # DOH01-DWF3R3-2016) supports municipalities seeking to upgrade, replace or repair existing water fluoridation equipment or install fluoridation systems in public water systems that have authorized the implementation of fluoridation. Applicants may request between $50,001 and $1 million in funding.
Applications for both components will be accepted until November 4, 2016.
More information on the grants and important dates can be found on the Department of Health website or by contacting email@example.com.
Dr. William R. Calnon Elected as ADA Foundation President Ann Bruck, Dr. Mary J. Hayes, and Dr. Howard I.A. Lieb join ADA Foundation Board
CHICAGO, Sept. 30, 2016 – The ADA Foundation Board of Directors this week elected William R. Calnon, D.D.S. as president, and also elected several new and continuing members to its Board of Directors.
Dr. Calnon, who practices general dentistry in Rochester, New York, has served as a member of the ADA Foundation’s Board of Directors since 2013, most recently as vice president of scientific research. He was the 2011-2012 president of the ADA after serving a four-year term on the ADA Board as the trustee from the Second District, which represents New York. Dr. Calnon will follow the two-year term of Dr. Reneida E. Reyes, a pediatric dentist in Brooklyn, New York.