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Kaplan is partnering with MEDLIFE and bringing a Free MCAT Practice Test to UW on April 16th at 10am at Smith 211!
Take a test drive. See where you stand on the exam with a free practice test.
Take our Free Practice Test and find out how you’d perform on the exam right now!
- A detailed score report
- We’ll figure out what kind of test taker you are and let you know your strengths and weaknesses.
- Complete explanations to every question
- Don’t you hate it when you don’t understand a mistake? We’ll show you what mistakes you made and how to correct them.
- Strategies for improvement
- A practice test isn’t any good if you don’t learn anything from it. We’ll show you strategies for improvement.
Register now at http://bitly.com/uwmcatpt_spring2016!
The Public Health Major application deadline for autumn 2016 is Friday, April 1.
We moved our application deadline up by two weeks in order to support our goal to have admission decisions out by the time autumn registration begins.
On Wednesday, March 30th from 5:00 to 6:30, MEDIC will be holding a meeting in Health Sciences T-wing room 498.
Sayward will be leading a discussion on Designer Babies. Please check out the following links to get a head start on this topic.
Navigating the Health Sciences building can be tricky. Enter through the main T wing entrance (bridge across Pacific St), turn right just before you get to the Overpass Cafe. Bring your friends! Snacks will be provided!
If you have any food allergies please reply to this address and let us know. We want to make sure to bring something everyone can eat.
CLUE is hiring many positions for the 2016-2017 school year. Please go to our website (http://depts.washington.edu/aspuw/clue/home/) and look under the Work With Us tab for more information and descriptions/qualifications. There is a Frequently Asked Questions section to help as well.
CLUE (Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment) is looking for undergraduate students interested in supporting their peers in becoming independent learners. At CLUE we use active learning and skill based teaching in order to help students better understand how to succeed, not just know the content.
We are hiring for Front Desk Managers as well as a variety of Drop-in tutor positions (Chemistry, Math, Physics, Writing, French, Korean and Computer Science). We do not have a GPA requirement but there are certain courses you have to complete for drop-in tutor positions. Go to the website and consider joining our wonderful CLUE team.
Have questions about application process? Confused about an essay prompt? Unsure of how to navigate the online Central Application Systems (AMCAS, AACOMAS, AADSAS, etc.)? Looking for a second or third opinion on a personal statement topic or theme? Not sure how to reflect on your activities? Pre-health advisers from the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMAD) & Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA) Advising will be on hand to answer questions and address concerns you have about the application process. This is a group advising setting and students may drop in between 2 PM and 3:45 PM.
Application Clinic schedule here: http://www.washington.edu/uaa/advising/at-the-uw/pre-health-advising/applying-to-health-professional-school/
During the month of May, students and Puget Sound area alums will join together for a day-in-the-life on the job—with Huskies@Work!
Students, you’ll get the chance to see what your dream job is really like. And alumni, you’ll get the chance to shape the next generation of Huskies. Just share your interests on the application form—we’ll make a match that’s just right for you you (check out the FAQs section for more details about matching). After a match is made, you’ll work together to find a day in the month of May that works well for both of your schedules.
Fill out a student or alumni application here: http://www.washington.edu/alumni//HuskiesatWork/
The application deadline is Friday, April 8.
Attention, Pre-Health Juniors & Seniors!
It’s Not Too Late to Gain Experience and Make a Difference
Be a Tutor-Mentor: EDUC 401 G & H
This Spring Quarter, 2016, UW’s Academic Support Programs is pairing pre-health juniors and seniors with transfer, freshman, and sophomore students who are considering careers in healthcare and are also transitioning socially, culturally, and academically to the UW. This is a great opportunity for seasoned pre-health students to “pay it forward” and share their knowledge and experience with students who need a little extra support at the very start of their academic journeys.
As part of the program, you will participate in a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Higher Education Tutoring and Mentorship.” This weekly seminar will introduce you to tutoring, mentoring, and teaching methodologies that you will apply to your work with your own mentee.
- Seminar meets on Mondays from 3:30-4:50 PM or from 6:00-7:20 PM
- Tutoring takes place on campus
- Receive 2 credits for working with one student, or 3 credits for working with two students
- A letter of recommendation will be available upon request after completion of the seminar
For more information, visit our website at:
For registration information, please contact Ahnya Redman at:
A great article from : Julie Gerhart-Rothholz
Julie Gerhart-Rothholz is a pharmacist, wife of a pharmacist, and mom to Evan, who has Down syndrome. Julie states that her son’s surprise diagnosis gave her a new sense of purpose: helping individuals with disabilities. She is on the board of The Arc Alliance Foundation and served as lead for the Differently Able Employee Business Resource Group at Merck. Julie believes that high expectations for individuals with disabilities result in great accomplishments.
For next quarter we will be using Health Sciences T-wing room T498. Our meeting time will still be 5:00-6:30 on Wednesdays and our first meeting will be on March 30th. An email for that will go out later this week as usual. Hope to see you there!
MEDIC Officers: James Gillespie, Dan Ho, Eva Barth, Kyle White, Nina Longman, and Sayward Nelson
MEDIC at UW
University of Washington Student Organization
Affiliated with Bioethics and Humanities
The preferred pre-req is BIOST 310 but students with a general stats course can gain access by reaching out to email@example.com.
Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH):
Applications are due Monday, March 28th, 2016
This year’s institute provides students an opportunity to undertake original research on the role of energy in the arts and humanities. Energy touches all aspects of our lives. Because of this, the concept of energy has been important in fields as diverse as science, philosophy, art, music, history, politics, and cultural theory.
Students will attend lectures, seminars, small group critique, workshops, and tutorial sessions. Students will read and discuss theoretical readings and engage in digital and physical forms of making, such as 3d printing, photograms, sound editing, video editing, physical computing, and Photoshop. Students will then complete a significant project that reflects their unique insights into the role of energy in the arts and humanities. The forms for these projects may include scholarly research, performances in music / sound / drama, visual artworks / installations, and creative writing. The institute will culminate in a “works in progress exhibition” as well as a daylong seminar where students will present or perform their research.
Eligibility: UW (Bothell, Seattle, & Tacoma) undergraduate students in good academic standing who are interested in an intensive experience in scholarly research in the arts and humanities are encouraged to apply.
SIAH selects and supports 20 undergraduates to engage in intensive research projects under the guidance of four interdisciplinary instructors. Selected students are named Mary Gates Scholars and receive a Mary Gates Research Scholarship of $4,500 to help defray the costs of participation. Participants enroll in 12 academic credits for this full-time research immersion experience.
Visit the Summer Institute webpage for application information to read about this year’s teaching team, learn more about the Summer Institute, and to start an application.