Hello Everyone! We held our first MAPS meeting on February 6th and the turnout was great! We announced our Fall 2014 Founding Membership Scholarship Winner, which was Alaina Mitchell, and highlighted the upcoming events for this year. We will definitely keep you up-to-date on meetings and events through email and we hope to see you at the next meeting!
Sunday, January 18, 2015
To all who attended and were therefore a part of making the MAPS Mixer a SUCCESS! There were 16 professional students in attendance, which included podiatry, MPH,D.O., MD,MD/MPH,dental,dental hygienist, physician assistant students. The insights gained from our mentors were AMAZING, FUN & INVALUABLE! See You Next Time!
Sunday, November 16, 2014
On November 11, MAPS members got the opportunity to join UM medical students and learn all about medical school and the application process from those who have already gone through the process. The evening began with a presentation from the Miller School of Medicine's expert Deans. Students also had the opportunity to speak with medical students one-on-one, ask your questions, and enjoy dinner.
Sunday, November 9, 2014
This is just a reminder about the upcoming 2nd Annual Medical School Mixer on the Barry campus. This is an opportunity to meet and interact with students already in the graduate program to which you aspire. Students in MD, DO, podiatry, nursing, and physician assistant programs from Barry, FIU, UM and Nova will be in attendance to share their insights and expertise with you. Buy your ticket today!
Date: Friday November 21
Location: Landon Events Room
Price: Dues-paid MAPS members: $5; all others: $7 (to purchase tickets Click here)
Sunday, November 2, 2014
MAPS would like to thank Jabbar Bennett, PhD for visiting and informing our members about Brown University's Alpert Medical School. Dr. Bennett informed students about the statistics regarding medical school matriculation for minorities, admission requirements, the diversity of Providence, RI, programs offered at the medical school, and the community involvement of the students.