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Don't Miss the FUN!

Come and join the fun with your fellow HPAC members and the Bio/Biochem faculty and students!

Biology Department Happy Hour

CNS 1st Floor Foyer

P.S. Thanks to our photoshop expert, Danielle Bucior!


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PRACTICE TEST TIME! Please pick ALL the dates you are available for a test date (exams available are GRE, MCAT, DAT) with this survey:


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University at Buffalo, School of Public Health and Health Professions

Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences Graduate Research Open House

Tuesday, Oct. 24

6 - 8 p.m., 180 Farber Hall

Learn about the research opportunities in our graduate programs during lab tours and a Q&A with faculty and current students:

  •  Exercise Science MS
  •  Nutrition MS
  •  Exercise and Nutrition Sciences PhD

RSVP at sphhp.buffalo.edu/open-house

Walk-ins are welcome.

Questions? Contact Us:

  • Courtney Frisch cjfrisch@buffalo.edu
  • Doug McNabb mcnabbjr@buffalo.edu

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Helpful resources for topics below:

 Provided by fellow students.

  • Have you registered with the IC Pre-Health Committee?  If not, do so here.
     
  • General meeting times, Thursdays, bi-weekly, noon-1. Stay informed by checking this site's blog.
     
  • Know your Student Officers and contact them with questions: icpremed@gmail.com
     
  • Shadowing Questions
     
  • MCAT: What is it, what is on it, when should i take it?
     
  • Resources: books, websites, podcast, etc.
     
  • Scholarship Opportunities (specifically researched by reviews.com):
     
    • The Best Scholarship Search Platforms: Be informed, what you should know, how search platforms work, a guide to applying for scholarships

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Lean about  their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree program and how to prepare for a future application.  Also a wonderful opportunity to interact with other Pre-Vet Clubs! 

When registering for the Presentation and Tour, the number of “Guests” includes those attending with you.  Please make sure you include yourself in this number.

Registration confirmation will be sent closer to the date of the program, along with details on the time and location of the program.

If you find you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer those on the wait list an opportunity to attend.  You can email us at vet_admissions@cornell.edu or call (607) 253-3700.

Restrictions: Children 14 years old and under are not allowed on tours for health and safety reasons. 

Warning: There are many steps to climb; you may see dead or sick animals; you may see blood and animal tissues; you will not be allowed to touch or pet any animals. Photography is not allowed at any point during the Tour.

Waitlist: We will create a wait list if the event or program is full.  If you are interested in being on a wait list for one of the upcoming programs that is marked “Full” please email vet_admissions@cornell.edu to let us know. Include the date(s) you are interested in attending and the total number attending including you and any guests. In many cases we do have cancellations and those on the wait list are able to attend.


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