Announcements and Upcoming Events
Demystifying the Medical School Application and Admission Process
APRIL 23, 2012
4:00 - 5:30 pm
Science 142 (or maybe 151)
Jessica Brice (Biol 2011) and Carson Burns (BBMB 2011) have graciously agreed to return to campus to discuss their experiences in the medical school (MD) application, interview, and admission process.
If you are pondering a future medical school application, and would like to hear the experience of 2 applicants who have recently navigated through the process, please come to listen to their journey and participate in a Q&A session.
Topics they may address include:
• deciding when to apply
• preparing for and taking the MCAT exam
• writing personal statements
• completing the AMCAS and secondary applications
• choosing schools
• financing your education
• soliciting letters of evaluation from individual evaluators and the premedical advisory committee
• preparing for interviews
• visiting schools
• waiting for responses
*** SPRING 2012 Premedical Committee Interview/Evaluation Process ***
Click on the Application Process tab to see the revised Premedical Advisory Committee Interview and Letter of Evaluation Process for Spring 2012.
Fall 2011 New Student Advising and Information Sessions
Friday August 26, 2011 8:00-8:30 AND 9:00-9:30 am Science 142
**These sessions will provide information on course selection and opportunities for research and clinical experience for students considering careers in the health professions. **
IF you didn't attend the information session or didn't sign up for the Health Professions
email and CLEO site access, please contact Jim Russo email@example.com
THINKING ABOUT STUDY ABROAD??
in Copenhagen, Denmark has programs and core courses in
The Biotechnology & Biomedicine program is designed for students exploring career opportunities within biotech research and/or biotech business development. The core course and study tours offer you insight into biotechnology-based methods for diagnosis and treatment of disease; an understanding of the dynamics of drug discovery and development; and an interdisciplinary perspective on how biotech research and biotech business work together.
Medical Practice & Policy
The Medical Practice & Policy program is designed for students with a serious, documented interest in medicine and have the required science background. The core course and study tours offer you a unique clinical course for pre-med students, not available in the US, valuable hands-on medical experience such as patient cases and clinical lab exercises, and insight into clinical practices and health provision in countries other than the US.
The Public Health program is designed for students exploring career opportunities in public health, either from a policy, sociology, or pre-med background. The core course and study tours offer you a Northern European perspective on salient aspects of public health, e.g. prevention, health promotion and quality improvement, an understanding of the challenges of health policy making, prioritization, and health economics, and the ability to derive comparative insight from analysis of different national health care systems.
Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) is a FREE (full tuition, housing, and meals) six-week summer academic enrichment program that offers freshman and sophomore college students intensive and personalized medical and dental school preparation.
For more details see
SMDEP is a national program funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
with direction and technical assistance provided by
The Association of American Medical Colleges and The American Dental Education Association.
There are 12 sites nationwide, including U. of Washington, UCLA, Duke, and Columbia
Application Opens November 1, 2011
Admission Decision Release Dates:
February 15 and April 1, 2012