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As amultidiscipinary school, the culture at
Purdue is rich. With the convenience of being
lose to cities like lndiaeopdis and Chicago,
we lso have the advantage of bein9 mina
ptecefu college town with light tratf c and
very nice, warm people. Academically,
Purdue is acknowledged in many fields
indudting engineering, agriculture,
nanagement, and statisic.'
-Dachuana Caeo (raduate Student. statistics)

Attend the University of
Michigan Graduate School
Information Fair on
Wednesday, October 22,
2003, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Michigan Union to
learn what The Purdue
Graduate School has to
offer you.

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Can you envision yourself...
*Working with disease prevention?
*Developing and organizing health services?
*Designing and analyzing biomedical research?
*Educating populations about health behaviors?
*Working in a lab perhaps as a microbiologist,
bacteriologist, or toxicologist?
Come explore the field of Public Health at our
Seventh Annual Prospective Student Day
Saturday November 1, 2003
Learn about admissions and financial aid * Obtain career information
* Meet faculty, students and alumni * Have all of your questions answered!

*N1IUNIVERSITY OF
Seo NOTRE DAME
The Graduate School

GENEROUS FUNDING VALUE IN DIVERSITY
ACCESSIBLE MENTORS LOW ATTRITION
MEANINGFUL RESEARCH
TALENTED GRADUATE STUDENTS
RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
These are just a few characteristics of graduate
education at the University of Notre Dame.
For more information, e-mail us at gradad@nd.edu,
or call (574) 631-7706, or visit our Web site at

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www.nd.edu/~gradsch

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) offers research
and scholarship opportunities to undergraduates through the Summer Research
Opportunities Program (SROP). In addition, the campus offers in-coming
graduate students from underrepresented populations an opportunity to
participate in the Summer Pre-doctoral Institute (SPI). Graduate degrees in
over 100 disciplines, in numerous interdisciplinary and several joint degree
programs, such as the MD/PhD, JD/PhD, and MBA/PhD are granted by this
premier research extensive institution. The UIUC offers assistantships,
traineeships, and fellowships to under-represented students on an annual basis,
each of which is supplemented with a tuition waiver and stipend. Visit
ww wgradiedu for more information.

Office of Graduate Recruitment & Admissions
University of Notre Dame
502 Main Building
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556

Come see us at the graduate fair on October 22.

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Visit us at the Graduate
School Information Fair,

Wednesday, Oct.

22!

Learn about educational programs In:

* Physical Therapy
" Physician Assistant
" Osteopathic Medicine
" Podiatric Medicine
" Health Care Administration

" Public Health

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