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Writing an Effective Graduate School Personal Statement

Location: Kilohana Writing Center, first floor Mookini Library

Are you interested in acquiring fundamental strategy for composing and writing personal statements for graduate school applications? Come listen to Dr. Norman Stahl, UH Hilo Career Development Services Director. (The UH Hilo Graduate School Fair takes place on the Library Lanai December 6 from 10:30 am. to 2:00 pm.)

For more information, contact: karlah@hawaii.edu 974-7545

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