|HPA Vitals: September 18, 2020||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||
Vitals is a weekly newsletter sent out to interested pre-health students, alumni, and campus collaborators that includes campus events, internship/job postings, the Question of the Week, and other important news items.
|Question of the Week: MCAT Prep||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||
Question: I missed the MCAT Panel and I’m hoping to take the MCAT this January. What were some of the main points? Is there a recording?
|Career of the Month: Allopathic Medicine||Friday, Aug 28, 2020||
Curious about a career in Allopathic Medicine?
|AIMS/APSA Regional Meeting Presentation Submission||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||
Join American Physician Scientists Association virtually on Saturday, October 24th for student oral and poster presentations, breakout sessions for trainees at entry level, and an exciting lineup of keynote speakers.
|American University of the Caribbean (AUC) Now Enrolling for January 2021||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||
Most medical schools start classes in August or September, but AUC School of Medicine admits students three times a year—making it easier for your students to begin school when they feel ready.
Our next class starts in January 2021 and we’re currently accepting applications.
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|Altius $10 Bootcamp||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||
What do I get with my ten bucks?
|YES for CURE||Friday, Sep 18, 2020||Application deadline: November 23, 2020|
|Peer Tutors wanted!||Thursday, Sep 17, 2020||
If you have received a B+ or better in a language or introductory course, you may be eligible to serve as a peer tutor: help a peer and earn some extra cash ($15/hour) in the process!
Residential college tutors work with language courses and courses that McGraw doesn't support (listed below).
|Present Your Research at the 7th Annual One Health Symposium: A One Health Approach to Global Food Systems||Thursday, Sep 17, 2020||Submission deadline: September 21|
|Join the Scholars Institute Fellows Program!||Thursday, Sep 17, 2020||
All students who are the first in their family to attend college or from a low income background should take advantage of the community, enrichment activities, and other support offered by SIFP!