On Friday, September 18th @ 11:15 am in Simon Hall 001 Women in Science @ IU will be having a General Grad Student Q&A Panel. This will be an opportunity to ask graduate students and professional scientists from Biology/Chemistry/Physics/etc.questions on topics relating to graduate school.
While the questions will come from you, we expect the topics to include:
— Advantages/Disadvantages to taking time off after undergraduate and what you can do during that time
— How to pick an advisor/grad school/program
— Choosing a PhD vs. Masters
— Life out side of work
— General grad school questions – what is it like, what does it entail, etc.
If you have any questions about the panel, please e-mail IUWomeninScience@gmail.com.
Hope to see you there!
WinS Steering Committee
Renae Comulada, Liz Czerwinski, Melissa Horton, Kayla Miller, Tracy Steinbach, Irina Tsvetkova, and Pooja Saxena
On behalf of the graduate recruitment committee, I would like to give you information on the graduate program in Biological Sciences at Marquette University to share with your students in search of a graduate program. As a Jesuit institution of higher education, Marquette continues a centuries-old tradition of academic excellence, development of the whole person, and research that addresses societal needs.
Graduate studies in the biological sciences at Marquette are designed to provide our students with a superior graduate education tailored to the individual. The intimate setting of our program ensures both personalized attention and abundant resources and expertise to provide training in modern biology. Strong mentoring in a close community of scholars will facilitate your development as a research scientist with strong experimental and communication skills. A Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Marquette will prepare your students in whatever career path they choose, whether that is a career in academics, government, or industry.
Please encourage your students to check out our website (marquette.edu/biology) to learn more about our graduate studies in biological sciences, including specific application information. Our biological sciences graduate program offers opportunities for research in diverse areas, including neurophysiology, ecology, microbiology, biochemistry, genetics, cell biology and developmental biology.
If you or one of your students has further questions, please call (414) 288-7356 or contact us via e-mail to the administrative assistant of the Graduate Recruitment Committee (kirsten.boeh AT marquette DOT edu).
Michelle Mynlieff, Ph.D.
Professor of Biological Sciences
Chair, Graduate Recruitment Committee
The Marquette University
Department of Biological Sciences
Wehr Life Sciences, 109
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Biological Sciences Website
Dear Prospective Student,
You have been invited to visit the University of Michigan School of Public Health at our Prospective Student Day! Learn more about the University of Michigan School of Public Health on Saturday October 18. You’ll be welcomed by Dean Martin Philbert, discuss our programs with faculty, meet current students, and learn more about the admissions process. Continue reading “U-M SPH – Prospective Student Day”
When: Wednesday, Sept. 17th @ 7 PM
Where: Simon Hall 001
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Balancing Life as a Prehealth Student (for all prehealth students)
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
6:00 PM – 7:15 PM at Walnut Room, Indiana Memorial Union
Students and alumni pursuing admission to any type of competitive admission health program are encouraged to attend the following event:
If you feel stressed out about the competitive nature of being admitted to health professions programs, you are not alone! Often adding to preprofessional students’ own anxieties, and the pressures students put on themselves, are pressures felt from parents, who often have their own perspective on what the best path is for their student; and pressures preprofessional students feel when they compare themselves to other students on similar career paths.
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