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Earlham to host graduate school and fellowship for the public

September 26, 2016

Students and community members can learn more about options for earning advanced degrees during Earlham College’s Graduate School and Fellowship Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 27.

The fair takes place from 4-8 p.m. at Trueblood Fieldhouse in the Athletics and Wellness Center, 801 National Road W. Tickets for this event are free and available to anyone interested in learning more about graduate school.

Representatives from more than 30 graduate schools and fellowships will attend the fair.

Participating graduate programs from Indiana include Earlham’s Master of Arts in Teaching, Earlham School of Religion, Bethany Theological Seminary, Christian Theological Seminary, Ball State University, Marian University with St. Vincent, Purdue University’s Graduate School, University of Indianapolis College of Health Sciences and the School of Business, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Public Affairs, Indiana Wesleyan University, Trine University, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, and Manchester University Pharmacy Program.

Seven graduate programs from Indiana University will also attend. They include the Kelley School of Business, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Medicine, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, School of Optometry, and School of Social Work.

Participating graduate schools from out of state include Drexel University, Wright State University, Concordia University – Ann Arbor, Columbus College of Art and Design, American University of Antigua College of Medicine, Mount St. Joseph University, University of Findlay, University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Medicine and Health Sciences, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Fellowship programs attending the fair include the Harry S. Truman Scholarship and the Soros Fellowship for New Americans.

Recruiters from graduate schools and fellowship programs are required to register for this event by Sept. 16. Registration is available at https://earlham-csm.symplicity.com/events/66e496066f00427f45ed560c097d7648/overview.

Students and community members can sign up for tickets on Eventbrite at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/earlham-college-graduate-school-and-fellowship-fair-tickets-27303434307.

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Earlham College, a national liberal arts college located in Richmond, Indiana, is a "College That Changes Lives." We expect our students to be fully present: to think rigorously, value directness and genuineness, and actively seek insights from differing perspectives. The values we practice at Earlham are rooted in centuries of Quaker tradition, but they also constitute the ideal toolkit for contemporary success. Earlham is one of only 40 national liberal arts colleges ranked among U.S. News and World Reports' "Great Schools at a Great Price."

Brian Zimmerman is director of media relations at Earlham College. He can be reached at 765-983-1256 and zimmebr@earlham.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

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