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ISU Graduate and Health Professions Fair set Oct. 4; Majors and Minors Fair set Oct. 5

September 22, 2011
ISU Marketing and Communications

Idaho State University Central Academic Advising, the Career Center, pre-Health Professions Advising, the Graduate School, and Office of Research have teamed together to create two separate career and major exploration fairs on Oct 4 and 5.

Both fairs are open to all ISU students, high school seniors, and community members interested in exploring major and career options at the undergraduate and post-graduate level. 

The Health Professions and ISU Graduate Programs Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 4, will be held in the ISU Pond Student Union from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Health professions programs from around the country, as well as health programs at Idaho State University, will be here to talk with students and others who are interested in pursuing professional healthcare degrees in medicine, dentistry, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and other allied health fields.

Those interested in continuing their education are also invited to come explore the graduate degree options available across campus. The Office of Research will also be present to help students learn about research taking place at ISU.  Current and prospective students are invited to attend.

The ISU Majors and Minors Fair, "Rope in a Major," on Wednesday, Oct. 5, will focus on undergraduate programs available at ISU, with the intent of assisting undecided students in choosing their major and minor programs.  It will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Pond Student Union.

This year, to highlight the extraordinary research opportunities available to ISU undergraduates, the Office of Research will be on hand to showcase studies conducted in 2010-11 by ISU undergraduates, identify research being conducted in various disciplines on campus, and provide information and assistance with finding research opportunities.

Both these events are part of the semester long "Harvest Your Potential" series.  For more information on "Harvest Your Potential," visit www.isu.edu/advising or contact Nancy Goodman at goodnanc@isu.edu or (208) 282-5412. 






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