Week of May 27th, 2019 

*This newsletter is being sent early since Monday, May 27th is a CSU holiday and the university will be closed. 

“People Who Are Crazy Enough To Think They Can Change The World,
Are The Ones Who Do.”
Rob Siltanen

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Starting at the beginning of June, we will start sending this newsletter bi-weekly for the summer. Once the fall semester starts, we will start sending it weekly again. 

Have questions about professional school and need support? 
We still are here to advise you over the summer! 
If you are a current CSU student or an alumni, you can schedule a health professions advising appointment online through Navigate here. If you are not within driving distance of Fort Collins, and would like this to be a phone appointment, please write “PHONE APPOINTMENT” and include the best number to reach you in the appointment comments when you schedule your appointment. The advisor will call you at your scheduled time (MST). If you ARE within driving distance of Fort Collins, please schedule an in-person appointment.
 

Important Dates, Events, and Opportunities 

 

Opportunities for Pre-Human Health Students:

Tufts University School of Medicine Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
This program is designed to help students strengthen their academic credentials and provide preparation for medical school, resulting in a very high acceptance rate and outstanding performance as MD students.
Click here to learn more about this program!

Rush University M.S. in Respiratory Care
The respiratory care profession has a shortage of people qualified for leadership and education positions because most therapists enter the profession with associate degrees. Employers seek our graduates for their clinical and leadership skills. Presently, they cannot fill employers' demands, and have a few seats left in their Respiratory Care program at Rush University for fall 2019 enrollment. You can learn more on their website, here, or email Shelley_Jackson@rush.edu.

Columbia University's One Year M.S. in Human Nutrition
Study courses in biochemistry of nutrition, physiology of nutrition, integrative nutrition and pathophysiology, epidemiology, biostatistics, and public health nutrition. Obtain up to 26 AAMC credits!
Click here to learn more about this program!

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Opportunities for Pre-Vet Students:

Personal Statement Review and VMCAS review for Pre-Vet students for Free
Nora Jean Nealon who is a PHD and DVM candidate has offered to read and look over personal statements and VMCAS for pre-vet students for free. If you want to use this service, please email Nora at njnealon@gmail.com

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Article of the Week 

-Results from CBD clinical trial to assess efficacy on seizure frequency in dogs ‘encouraging’ from SOURCE

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