U of M School of Public Health Graduate Student Day on October 27

The University of Michigan’s School of Public Health wishes to share this information with Ferris Honors students:

We are looking for the next group of passionate students who want to improve health for all.

You are invited to our Prospective Graduate Student Day on Saturday, October 27.  

At the University of Michigan School of Public Heath we pursue optimal health for individuals, communities, and entire populations with a spirit of compassion and a dedication to inclusion. Through innovation and action, we endeavor to provide the greatest positive impact for our neighbors around the corner and across the globe.

A graduate degree from the School of Public Health can open the door to not only a meaningful career, but a lifetime of fulfillment.  As you consider the next chapter of your life, consider a field that makes lasting contributions to the health of all.

The School of Public Health offers a variety of master-level programs, which can allow students to further explore their interest in the field of public health. Attending the event will allow you to:

·         Establish additional connections with faculty, staff, and current graduate students at the School of Public Health.

·         Discover areas of public health that match your passion.

·         Learn about the application process and timelines for applying to graduate school.

Prospective Graduate Student Day on Saturday, October 27 from 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. for graduate programs in:

·         Epidemiology

·         Environmental Health Sciences

·         Health Behavior Health Education

·         Health Management and Policy

·         Nutritional Sciences

 

Registration is required and we hope to see you there!

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