Week of April 1st, 2019

"Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.
– Helen Keller

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 Important Dates, Events, and Opportunities 

Health Professions Advising and Education Abroad are partnering with Atlantis to offer a study abroad experience for pre-med students. We are offering a 1-credit course to shadow doctors in Croatia over winter break 2020. Visit the program website here to learn more, and attend our next info session Tuesday April 2nd 12-1pm in the Lory Student Center 376.

Join us this Thursday April 4th for a drop-in lunch (Spoons provided!) with Admission Advisor Ryan Bowie from Cleveland University - Kansas City Chiropractic & Health Sciences. Lunch will be noon-1pm in the Big South Conference Room (room number 202, east side of Canvas Stadium).

Save the Date:
Attention medical school applicants: the AMCAS submission date for the 2020 application has been announced! May 30th, 2019 is the day!

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Health Professions Club Meetings:

Pre-Vet Club
Next meeting: April 3rd | 5:30-6:30pm
Topic: Web lab - Members only

Pre Medica Club
Next Meeting: April 3rd | 6:00-7:00pm | Clark A 204
Guest Speaker: PA - OBGYN 

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CSU Relevant Events and Opportunities:

CSU Summer Course - PHIL322 Biomedical Ethics
Professor Moti Gorin | Summer 2019 | May 20 - June 14 MTWRF | 9:50a - 11:50a  Topics include: What is Ethical Research? Designer Babies, Human Organ Rationing, Mercy Killing, treatment of Animals, Abortion, Health Policy, Doctor/Patient Relationship, Human Enchancement, Disability, Informed Consent Read and discuss the work of philosophers, bioethicists, and scientists.

Just In Time Job & Internship Fair
April 3, 2019 | 4:30 to 7:00 pm | LSC Grand Ballroom

Exploring Majors at CSU?
If you're interested in nutrition, checkout the Nutritional Sciences Concentration. Also click here to see a flyer with more information about the concentration.

Thank Golly it's Friday (TGIF) and SLiCE Adaptive Swim (SAS) 
These two volunteer programs offer opportunities for CSU students to volunteer with community members with disabilities. Applications for both programs open on March 25th. For more information about TGIF, click here and for more information about SAS, click here.

Summer Opportunity - Pets Forever
Pets Forever is a great way to get volunteer hours, work with animals, help older adults and those with disabilities, and make a difference in the community. Checkout the website for more information hereYou can learn more here or contact Dr. Lori Kogan (lori.kogan@colostate.edu). Register through RamWeb for VS410 or contact Dr. Kogan for volunteer opportunities. 

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Opportunities for Pre-Human Heath Students:

University of Utah Master of Public Health (MPH) program has extended its world-class education around the globe to the Ensign College of Public Health in Kpong, Ghana as well as the University of Utah Asia campus in Songdo, South Korea.
The Division of Public Health MPH is approved for the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) resident tuition rate, enabling students from WICHE states (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming) to enroll in the University of Utah MPH graduate program and pay the resident tuition rate, instead of the nonresident rate that an out-of-state student would normally pay. Please visit http://wiche.edu/wrgp for more information. Scholarships are also available for students.
Asia campus application deadline for Fall 2019: June 30
Ghana application deadline for Fall 2019: June 1

Pre-Dental Workshop at Missouri School of Dentistry and Oral Health
April 26th-27th | Contact Claire Freise with questions, and register here.

Summer Volunteer Opportunity with Camp Promise - Rockies
This is a one-week overnight camp free for kids, teens and adults with muscular dystrophy and select neuromuscular diseases April 5-9, 2019 (volunteers arrive August 4th). Visit this website for more information about the camp, and here for more information about volunteering.

Summer Pre-med Simulation Workshop 
The University of Miami School of Nursing & Health Studies is offering a simulation workshop for pre-med students June 10th-14th, 2019 (applications due May 24th).

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Opportunities for Pre-Vet Students:

Part-Time Unpaid Internship – Summer 2019
Practice Description: Combination farrier and mixed animal (mostly equine) veterinary practice in the south Metro Denver area. Exclusively mobile/ambulatory practice.
Time Commitment: 3-4 days/week (Wednesday – Saturday); work days scheduled from around 9 AM – 6 PM but can vary especially with emergencies. As this is an unpaid internship, there is schedule flexibility in relation to other part time jobs that candidates may hold during the summer. Start/End dates flexible – mid May/early June to late July/early August. There will be one working trip out-of-town (at a horse ranch) either July 1-3 or 8-10 – this is a required trip!!
Internship Requirements:
- Strong desire to learn – I am looking for a person who wants to learn hands-on skills related to both veterinary AND farrier care of horses and other small livestock. I am also seeking a person with good organizational and record-keeping skills for tasks such assisting with medical records, set-up/tear down of the truck, etc.
- Significant horse experience and strong horse-handling skills – For safety reasons and due to time limits of internship, only those with a solid background working with horses will be considered.
- Be able to handle very physically-demanding tasks – Intern will be learning basic farrier skills in addition to veterinary skills. The work is challenging when experienced and doubly hard when learning. Additionally, we will be working outside in the summer – It will get hot!! We will drink a lot of water!! You will sweat and be uncomfortable!! - Due to the potential for long days with early starts and late finishes, candidates will need to have reliable and safe place to stay within 30 minutes of Parker during work week. Ft. Collins is just too far to commute daily.
- Lastly, we are primarily seeking candidates with a strong interest in pursuing vet school in the future or who are currently enrolled in vet school. For the pre-vet candidate, we will spend significant time discussing pros/cons and different options for vet school. For the vet student, we will discuss how to navigate school and life as afterwards as a vet.
Additional Opportunities: This can and has served as an official internship for graduation. Speak with your advisor about your needs and be able to communicate those to me to ensure completion. This internship will be tailored as much as possible to your needs/goals. Please put significant thoughts to areas in which you would like to grow/improve.
Contact information: Aggie Vet and Farrier Services, LLC Brian Eitelman, DVM, CJF, (720) 339-4187, AggieFarrier@gmail.com, www.vetandfarrier.com

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Article of the Week 

- A Twin Inside a Twin from the New York Times 

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