Interested in exploring how influences beyond biology directly affect health and well-being? If so, register to attend a special virtual information session Tuesday, Nov. 24, to learn about the Medicine, Society, and Culture Concentration in the Master of Arts in Bioethics and Medical Humanities program.
At this event, Program Director Eileen Anderson-Fye will share insights into the concentration, personalized advising, program outcomes and the application process.
Other topics covered in the information session will include:
- Observing in clinical ethics rotations, at surrounding top hospitals;
- Collaborating with nationally and internationally known faculty on research grants, practicum projects and capstone papers;
- Competitive research, teaching and program assistantships that offset a portion of tuition;
All are welcome to attend. Register online via CampusGroups.