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Help Recruit Graduate Students

As Alumni you are excellent resources to speak with prospective students. 

Each year the Graduate School sends representatives to dozens of college campuses across the county.   The goal is to identify faculty and administrative staff in the sciences that have a pulse on their current students and specifically those that want to continue their education and obtain their MS, MA, MPH or PhD.  From there, the Graduate School works to find those students and raise their awareness to all the programs that exist at the GSBS.  Many of the Alumnus are already talking with prospective students and faculty about the their experiences at the College. 

As an Alumnus from the College your first-hand experiences have helped us create new relationships with students and faculty from across the country.  If you are interested in enhancing the recruitment efforts with additional colleges and universities please contact the Graduate School Recruitment Office. 

We have scheduled appearances throughout the country and welcome your support.  These campus visits provide opportunities to interact with off campus constituents and raise awareness to the degree programs. 

You can help in the recruitment process by doing a few things that can make a world of difference:

  • Keep your information updated in the alumni database
  • If you are currently a faculty member, postdoctoral fellow or administrative staff member at a college or university and/or can identify faculty or staff on your campus that can help us recruit students to the GSBS, please send us that information
  • Participate in a graduate school event on your campus on behalf of MCW 
  • Share your success stories with our current and future graduate students by agreeing to have us post information to the website and in collateral materials 

If you would like to help in the recruitment process, contact Guy R. Berst, MS in the Recruitment Office at

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