LOOKING FOR A GAP YEAR OPTION? INTERESTED IN THE REGULATION SIDE OF HEALTHCARE?
The one-year Master of Science in Law (MSL) program at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is designed specifically for students in pre-health and other STEM majors. The MSL program can be a great option for a gap year for those students planning to apply to medical school and other health professions graduate programs.
Learn more by joining us for our upcoming webinar. We will provide a comprehensive overview of the MSL program, including curriculum, full-time and part-time scheduling, career opportunities, and more. We will also take questions from the audience.
March 9 at 5pm
April 7 at 4pm
Join online: https://northwesternuniversity.adobeconnect.com/mslwebinar
Anyone interested in the Master of Science in Law program is welcome to contact Susan Dennehy, Administrative Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a research paper on an international, global, or regionally focused topic you’d like to develop further?
Or are you planning or working on a thesis on a topic involving a foreign country or region?
APPLY today to join the Undergraduate International Area Studies Workshop (May 16-20, 2016)
Deadline: 5pm CT, Friday, March 25, 2016
What you’ll get:
- Close mentoring by an Illinois faculty member and librarians.
- An insider’s view of scholarly publishing.
- An introduction to interdisciplinary area studies research, which means:
- Access to new sources and data from other disciplines to address your research problem.
- A broader and more diverse perspective on your research.
- The chance to advance your project and make it appeal to a wider audience.
- Enhanced research skills and experience with vernacular language sources.
- The opportunity to produce a better writing sample for grad school or a thesis that stands out from the crowd.
To apply, send the following information and materials to email@example.com:
- A completed copy of the application cover sheet which you can find here: Ugrad_Wkshp_app
- Proposal. A description (200-400 words) of the project you will work on at the workshop: title, topic, discipline (history, sociology, biology, chemistry etc.), methodology if relevant, course original paper was written for an instructor (if you are revising a course paper), major, advisor for thesis (if the project is a thesis project), and an indication of the current state of the projects and any ideas for its further development.
- One letter of recommendation from a professor or instructor (sent directly by the instructor).
- An unofficial copy of your UIUC transcript.
Date: October 7, 2015 Time: 5:00-6:00PM Location: 124 Burrill Hall
Leon Gladney, the Associate Director of Admissions at the American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine will be giving an information session about their medical program, how to apply, and what exciting opportunities the AUA can offer!