Category Archives: Public Health

USAID Fellowships- A Fantastic Gap Year Opportunity for Students Interested in Global Health

  2015 Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship The application deadline is January 20, 2015.  The Payne Program is designed to attract outstanding young people to careers in international development as USAID Foreign Service Officers.  The Payne Fellowship Program provides: … Continue reading

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Health Care Alternative Spring Break Application Open

Are you a UW student who is… …looking for an immersive shadowing experience? …interested in medicine, dentistry, nursing, optometry, physical therapy, or public health? …looking for something worthwhile to do with your spring break? The Health Care Alternative Spring Break … Continue reading

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MEDIC Medical Ethics Student Group to Talk About Clinical Trials and FDA Approval

On Monday, October 13 from 5:30 to 7, MEDIC will be holding a meeting in Health Sciences T-wing room 498. Shahar will be leading a discussion on Clinical Trials and FDA approval process. If you want to get a head start check out some links … Continue reading

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Upcoming Deadlines, Advising, and Info Sessions for Public Health, Global Health, Environmental Health, and Nutritional Sciences

Public Health Major – Application Deadline: Friday, October 10th! The application is online: http://sph.washington.edu/uph/application.asp Students who have completed coursework at institutions other than the University of Washington are required to upload their unofficial transcripts. Prospective Student Drop-in Advising (All-School of … Continue reading

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Udall Scholarship for Sophomores and Juniors

Pre-health students are eligible for Udall Scholarships if they show a commitment to Native American health care. See below for details about info sessions and the application process. ……………………………………………. The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for … Continue reading

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Internship Workshop for Juniors and Seniors at the Career Center

If you haven’t checked out the offerings at the Career Center, you’re missing out. There are all kinds of workshops relevant to pre-health students. There’s one tomorrow (October 9th, from 3-4 pm) on internships.  

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Juris Master (JM) in Health Law from Emory: Another Interesting Gap Year Idea

Emory Law’s juris master (JM) in Health Law provides a unique opportunity for healthcare students and professionals.  The JM is a 30-credit hour program that can be completed full-time in one year or part-time in up to four years, and … Continue reading

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AMSA Pre-Med Global Health Fellowship in India

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Global HEED (Health, Education, and Economic Development) Meetings are Open to All

If any facet of global health is interesting to you, please come and learn about our club. Global HEED is also looking for interested individuals to become officers for the 2014-2015 school year. Food will be provided! Global Health, Education, and … Continue reading

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Medical Missionaries Global Health Fellowships- An Idea For Your Gap Year

Please see the link below for information about a fellowship opportunity for recent college graduates (including those graduating in Spring 2015) and current graduate students interested in global health. Applications are due Friday, October 10th, at 11:59 pm EST. Relevant … Continue reading

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Learn About Environmental Studies at UW and the Volunteer Organization, Seattle Youth Gardenworks — and Get a Free Lunch

This kick-off event will inform students about Environmental Studies at UW and a non profit organization – Seattle Youth Garden Works – which works with underserved and homeless youth in the area.  A free lunch will be served. Thank you … Continue reading

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Pre-Health Activities at Dawg Daze

Dawg Daze isn’t just for first-year students! There are all kinds of activities overthe next few days that will appeal to pre-health students of any level. We’ve summarized some of them for you here, but there’s a lot more going … Continue reading

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School of Public Health Information Sessions – Autumn Quarter

The School of Public Health (SPH) has several information sessions and drop in advising times scheduled throughout autumn quarter – see attached flyer for specific details – for students interested in any of the School’s undergraduate programs. In particular, this … Continue reading

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UW School of Public Health Information Sessions – Autumn Quarter

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Virtual Public Health Fair

Exciting opportunity for your students! FREE Virtual Fair on September 10 and 11, 2013, for prospective students of Public Health, including those interested in dual degrees in MPH/MD, MPH/DO, and MPH/JD. This is an unique opportunity for your students to … Continue reading

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