Monthly Archives: September 2011

Biomedical Science Information Session

Are you considering PhD Poster v3.pdf

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Translational Research Symposium and MD/PhD Career Development Workshop for Undergraduate Students

> > No cost weekend symposium and career workshop, with generous travel funds available. > > On Friday, January 13, 2012, the MD/PhD Programs of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston’s Medical School, MD Anderson Cancer Center, … Continue reading

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St. George’s School of Veterinary Medicine Receives AVMA Accreditation

St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine Receives American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education Accreditation St. George’s University is proud to announce that this September its Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program was awarded full, seven-year accreditation by the … Continue reading

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Study Abroad Fair – October 19th!

> We are busy preparing for our 11th annual Study Abroad Fair which will be held in Mary Gates Hall Commons on Wednesday, October 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 600 approved study abroad opportunities will be … Continue reading

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Neurobiology Information Session

Freshman? Sophomore? Interested in learning more about what the Neurobiology major has to offer? The Neurobiology Club will hold a panel discussion to answer your questions about neurobiology classes, labs, the application, and life after graduation. On the panel will … Continue reading

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Global Health Seminar Schedule AUT 2011

> Please join us this Friday for our first Global Health Seminar of the quarter. This quarter’s presentations will bring Global Health MPH faculty, researchers from various UW departments, and visiting activists and scholars who will introduce their interdisciplinary, global … Continue reading

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Global Opportunities scholarships

We’re writing to provide some quick updates on the Global Opportunities program and two study abroad scholarships available to UW students. Here’s what Global Opportunities offers: . GO! Scholarship – available to students of all majors, applicants must be eligible … Continue reading

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Unite For Sight

Hello everyone, We invite you to participate in an exciting service opportunity at the UW: Join Our Global Health Delivery Movement: Unite For Sight Did you know that 80% of blindness is preventable or curable, and the life expectancy of … Continue reading

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Development and Global Health Trivia + Ice Cream! Wednesday @ 12PM.

Hi all, Are you interested in *global development, global health, or social justice*? Do you want to meet *likeminded peers* and learn about *campus resources *to help you*make a difference*? (Or do you just love *ice cream*, trivia, and prizes?) … Continue reading

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Graduate Study at Washington University School of Medicine (fwd)

The School of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis is actively recruiting applicants for its Master of Science in Biostatistics (MSIBS) degree program.  This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in medical research to gain the skills needed … Continue reading

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Global Public Health Brigades

A potential opportunity for next summer: Hi, My name’s Kit Rood, I’m a student in a the Biology department at UW and a member of the University of Washington chapter of Global Public Health Brigades. Global Brigades is an international … Continue reading

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New Student newsletter for public health!

Hello Public Health Undergrads! Undergrad Student Public Health Association is interested in what YOU were up to this summer. We will feature your story in a USPHA newsletter and distribute to freshmen who are interested in Public Health, and to … Continue reading

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Announcing new “go-to” website for predental and dental students

> > > > ADEA is proud to announce the launch of, a new interactive multimedia web resource to enhance the dental education experience. provides advice to high school and predental students interested in pursuing dental careers, introduces … Continue reading

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Puget Sound Blood Center volunteer opportunity

Imagine Saving a Life! Looking for a fun, flexible, convenient way to give back to the community? Puget Sound Blood Center regularly holds blood drives throughout North Seattle. We need volunteers to greet and register blood donors as well as … Continue reading

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Gates Foundation Names Dr. Trevor Mundel to Lead Global Health Program

press release Sept. 13, 2011, 9:00 a.m. EDT Gates Foundation Names Dr. Trevor Mundel to Lead Global Health Program SEATTLE, Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced that Dr. Trevor Mundel … Continue reading

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