Immediately prior to the WVU-Baylor football game, and to recognize Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's proclamation that September 29, 2012 would be a state-wide "Day to Serve", WVU President Jim Clements welcomed School of Dentistry Dean David Felton, 4th year dental student Jennifer Gawthrop and Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to Nutting Hall Saturday morning. Dr. Felton presented a list of some of the dental services provided by dental and dental hygiene students and faculty across the state. This included the following: the School of Dentistry's 263 DDS and Dental Hygiene students provided 7,221 hours of community service in the 2011-12 academic year, providing services to 23,577 West Virginia citizens. Additionally, between the School of Dentistry's facilities in Morgantown and outreach programs through the School's rural rotation program, the students provided 17,000 dental procedures to 6,970 patients throughout the State, totaling $4,926,615 in uncompensated services. As Dr. Felton indicated, this clearly helps the School of Dentistry meet the land grant mission of WVU. Additionally, Dr. Felton indicated that the students from the Health Sciences Campus (Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Public Health) provided over 60,000 hours of community service during the same academic year. Ms. Gawthrop spoke from her personal efforts to give back through service by helping to develop an oral health component for MUSHROOM (Multidisciplinary Un-Sheltered Homeless Relief Outreach of Morgantown) and organizing the first 5K run/walk to benefit “Give Back a Smile” in April 2012, which assists victims of intimate partner violence.