Wondering how to stand out as a candidate for medical, dental, pharmacy, or other health professional school? Join admissions deans and directors from the UW Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy, as well as current health professional students, for a panel discussion. After the panel, advisers, counselors, and health professional students will lead small-group mock interviews for interested seniors and alumni.
The panel discussion is open to everyone and anyone. Registration is required for the mock interviews, which are currently reserved for seniors and alumni, but we will open registration to everyone if space is available. Both events are free.
· Panel presentation at 5:30 pm in Mary Gates Hall, Room 389
· Mock interviews for health professional school applicants at 6:45 pm in Mary Gates Hall, Room 134 (Registration required for this portion of the workshop.)
UAA Advising pre-health team is offering a one-credit class (Credit/No Credit) on applying to health professional school. This course is intended for students applying this year to graduate-level health professional schools such as medical, dental, optometry, pharmacy, or veterinary school.
We will cover the application process, including letters of recommendation, centralized application services (AMCAS, AADSAS, etc.), personal statements, choosing schools, and interviewing. Class time will involve group work, guest speakers, and mini-lectures.
Limited to juniors and seniors Periods 1-3. Alumni are welcome to sit in.
Tuesday afternoons, 2:30-4:20. GEN ST 297 I, SLN: 14707, 95 students.
As a reminder, the initiative is a 6-week summer program at Georgia Southern University hosted by the Rural Health Research Institute and funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The initiative, called DESRE (Disparities Elimination Summer Research Experience), is a paid, hands-on research experience for undergraduate and graduate students. During the program, students engage in cutting-edge rural health disparities research and receive training in the unique factors associated with addressing health disparities. Students work with and learn from a team of experienced faculty researchers from both Georgia Southern University and Mercer University.
Want to learn more about Public Health? Interested in earning your Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at UC Davis?
The UC Davis MPH program is hosting an “Admissions Requirements & Information Session” online webinar series this Fall. Join us to hear from the Program Associate Director, Diana Cassady, DrPH, and alumni about the program requirements, admissions process, and to see if our program is a fit for you. The UC Davis MPH program is designed for people interested in disease prevention and community health. The program includes instruction in epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, health services and administration, and social and behavioral science, and prepares students for an expanding range of professional opportunities and roles in public health and medicine. The 56-unit program can be completed in 14 months. Most students graduate after completing summer session, three academic quarters, and a summer practicum placement. The application deadline is January 15 of each year.
Environmental Studies Career Skills Workshop
Exploring Environmental Careers
Tuesday, November 18
5:30 -7:00 PM
Program on the Environment Commons, Wallace Hall
Food provided by Pagliacci
Free; Registration required; Open to all UW undergrads: [registration link]
* What kind of jobs can I get with an Environmental Studies major?
* How can I start making career connections?
* What classes/experiences will best prepare me for an environmental career?
Explore different career pathways in Environmental Studies through this one-hour workshop co-facilitated by Joe Kobayashi (Program on the Environment) and Kimberly Petersen (UW Career Center). Learn strategies to explore environmental career pathways (What are they? How much do jobs in this field pay? Who can I ask questions to?). Hear from environmental professionals on a panel of alumni applying their skills in a variety of fields. The workshop will be followed by a chance to informally network with the panel members and other students over pizza.
Kathryn Davis (2011) Stewardship Coordinator, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Cory Arce Gessert (2007) Project Manager, Senior Consultant, DNV GL
Megan Parker (2010) Associate, Ross Strategic
Alison Sienkiewicz (2014) Staff Scientist, SoundEarth Strategies, Inc.
Shane Sobotka (2011) Manager, Project Development, OneEnergy Renewables, Inc.
Jamie Stroble (2010) WILD (Wilderness Inner-City leadership Development) Program Manager, InterIm Community Development Association