Life Sciences Graduate School Fair 2022

Event Information for UMN Students 

Looking to explore educational pathways related to the life sciences at the U and beyond? You’re invited to join us for the 2022 in-person Life Science Graduate School Fair! This event, hosted by the College of Biological Sciences in collaboration with the College of Liberal Arts, is open to ALL UMN undergraduate students and alumni (up to two years post-graduation) and will have a wide range of master’s and Ph.D. programs in the life sciences and related fields represented.

This fair is the perfect place to connect with program representatives, ask questions, and learn more about a career in the life sciences! Attendees this year include programs in:

  • Patent Law
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
  • Bioinformatic and Computational Biology 
  • Public Health
  • Many more!

Date: Friday, October 14, 2022 
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. CT, drop by anytime! 
Location: University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus, University Recreation and Wellness Center
Student registration: Register on Handshake (registration encouraged but not required) 
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Looking for ways to prepare for the fair? Here are a few steps to take to get ready:

Event Information for Graduate Program Exhibitors

Attend this in-person event to promote graduate school programs in the life sciences to students from the University of Minnesota! The purpose of this fair is to bring together high quality master and Ph.D. programs in the biological sciences, stem cell biology, animal science, molecular and cellular biology, ecology, epidemiology, biostatistics, medical devices, natural resources, pharmaceutical science, and more! This fair is not intended for M.D, D.D.S, or Pharm. D. 

Register before September 9 for discounted pricing.
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If you are concerned about being able to pay the registration fee or have any questions about the fair, please contact the CBS Career Team at careercbs@umn.edu

Posted 
July, 2022