Do you work in public health? Are you interested in talking with public health students and professionals? If so, be sure to attend DMU’s Public Health Networking Night on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
Hosted by DMU’s Master of Public Health (MPH) Student Club, the event will occur in the Student Education Center, Room 115, and online via Adobe Connect. All students, alumni and other professionals in public health are invited to network, learn and share. A networking reception with light refreshments will follow presentations for on-campus students, and distance students will have a unique opportunity to interact with other MPH students, faculty and public health professionals via a “live” chat session.
Networking Night is an excellent opportunity for DMU students interested in public health to talk with each other and with public health professionals, faculty and alumni. It’s also a great opportunity for both local and distance students to learn how to get involved at DMU and with the student club.
For local attendees: The presentations will begin at 5:30 p.m. CST, with a networking reception to follow. There will also be an opportunity to network with distance students in a live chat session.
For distance/online students: Join the Adobe session at 5:30 p.m. CST using this link. Following the presentations, stay on the Adobe Connect session to chat with other MPH students and public health professionals in an interactive discussion lead by the MPH Student Club Secretary Dannielle Braund.
If you plan to join DMU’s MPH community for this exciting event, please click here to take a brief survey so that MPH Student Club members may gauge the number of guests.