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Graduate School
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Wednesday
October 27, 1999
11:00am- 3:opm
Michigan Union

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Prospective Graduate Student
Information Day
Saturday, Ocober 30, 1999
Over the next decade, the
demand for public health
raduates will increase.
On an given day in the
United States, there are
2,500 tot5,000 vacant
public health positions.
There is a shortage of
1,800 public health nutri-
tionists. The need for
medical epidemiologist
will more than double by
the year 2000.
With just two more years.
of study, you can gain
unlimited career options
in fast-track positions that
are in high demand.
Preliminary Program
8:30am - 9:00am
Registration and Continental
Breakfast
9:00am - 10:00am
Welcome and Keynote Address
10:00am - 10:15am
Break
10:15am - 11:30pm
PrCesenta111Otiosnadmission1S
financial aid, careers, and di'versity
11:30pm - 12:30pm
Lunch and chance to chat with
SPH students and student
organizations
12:30pm - 2:O4pm
Departmental Session I
Biostatistics Environmental &
Industrial Health, Epidemiology,
Health Behavior & Health .
Education, Health Management &
Policy, On Job/On Campus
2:00 m - 2:30pm
Brea an dchance to chat with
SP'H student organizations
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Departmental Session 1I
Same as Departmental Session I
(above)
There is no registration fee and
food and beverage are compli-
mentary. However, to partici-
pate you should
register as soon as possible.
For your convenience, you can
do so via the web at
www.sph.umich.eduladmissions/
prospect.htm or by calling the
Office of Academic Affairs at
734-764-5425.

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M4eet with graduate schools from
across the country,
Explore options, collect applications,
ask about financial aid.
Visit CP&P's homepage for a list of
schools and programs scheduled to
attend (cpp.umich.edu).
Win prizes from schools and programs
attending the Fair!

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The Beaver College Center for Education
Abroad is pleased to offer taught master's
programs at universities in the United
Kingdom and Australia. There are a range
of subject areas to choose from, and most
programs are twelve months in length.
Beaver College can also process federal

financial aid for these programs.

Call 1-888-BEAVER-9 or visit our website

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information.

3200 Stud ent Activities Bldg
(734)>764-74610
www.cpp.umich.ed u

Career Planning

Placement

Beaver College Center for Education Abroad

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Professional Schools of
Interna tionmal Affairs

THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
NIVERSITY OF
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University of Michigan
Michigan Union

Many opportunities for full funding with
stipends ranging from $10,099 to $18,000.
If you are from an American racial/ethnic
minority, call Associate Dean Poorman at
(219) 631-8423.

APSIA Member Schools

The American University
University of California, San Diego
Columbia University
University of Denver
Georgetown University
The George Washington University
Harvard University
Johns Hopkins University
University of Maryland
University of Michigan

University of Minnesota
University of Pittsburgh
Princeton University
University of Southern
California
Syracuse University
Tufts University
University of Washington
Yale University

For more in formation, call (219) 631-7706,
or write to the University of Notre Dame,
Graduate Admissions, 502 Main Building,
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556-5602
E-mail: gradad.1@Jnd.edu
http.://www nd.edu/~'gradsch/

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