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- 08/10/17--12:35: New Entrance Exam Policy
- 12/14/17--07:50: Academic Reading and Writing 101 for Graduate School
- 09/24/18--11:33: Interview with MPH Student - Julia Lloyd
Effective July 1, 2017, the Graduate School will only accept entrance exam (GRE, GMAT, MAT) scores that fall within five years of the test date. TOEFL results will only be accepted two years after the prospective student took the exam.
Graduate school requires a higher level of critical engagement, comprehension, and scholarly writing than is customary at most undergraduate institutions. This workshop will address the different expectations for academic reading and writing at the graduate level and provide specific strategies, tools, and resources to help new graduate students develop the skills necessary to be
Julia Lloyd is a Master of Public Health Student with a concentration in Nutrition and previously served as a graduate assistant in the Family and Consumer Sciences department. Julia is from Feeding Hills, MA and received her undergraduate degree in Dietetics from the University of Kentucky.