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Pathways Into Graduate School

Location: Campus Center 306

If you're interested in entering Graduate School in the near future, join us in the "Pathways Into Graduate School" workshop with Dr. Rayna Morel of the UH Hilo Communications Department. The workshop will be on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, from 1:00-2:00pm, in Campus Center rm 306. Dr. Morel will share her journey in graduating with her Doctorate degree and tips in planning for the application process, options within your field of study and having clarity with your educational goals. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to join us in this training with the Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Series. UH Hilo students can apply this session toward the Ka Lama Ku Certificate of Leadership.

The Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Series is sponsored by the UH Hilo Campus Center Fee Board and the Student Leadership Development Program. For disability accommodations, contact Leomi at 808-932-7377, 808-932-7007 (TTY) or bergknut@hawaii.edu.

Special Restrictions: The Certificate of Leadership is available only to UH Hilo students with a validated UH Hilo student ID.

For more information, contact: bergknut@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7377

Tags: Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Program Certificate of Leadership Campus Center Graduate School Fee Board Communications Dept

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