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Advance Yourself: October 3, 2013

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Advance Yourself  is a graduate and professional school preparatory program that brings together professional recruiters and admissions counselors from across the U.S. and undergraduate students interested in pursuing advanced education.

Thursday October 3rd

11am until 3pm

Purdue Memorial Union - West Main Lobby

  • Panel Discussion with Recruiters - see below for a list of panelists
9:30am to 10:30am
PMU - Lafayette Room
Coffee and Hot Cider will be provided.

Interested Institutions::


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All Purdue students are encouraged to attend.  No advanced registration required. Casual to business casual dress is suggested.

2013 Participating Colleges/Schools/Universities
  • Adler School of Professional Psychology
  • Cleveland Chiropractic College
  • Erikson Institute- Graduate Programs in Child Development, Social Work and Early Childhood Education
  • Hofstra University
  • Illinois School of Professional Psychology
  • Indiana Tech Law School
  • Indiana University - Maurer School of Law
  • Indiana University - Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • John Marshall Law
  • Kaplan Test Prep
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • Ohio Northern University
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • Purdue University Graduate School Admissions
  • Purdue University Krannert MBA & Masters Programs
  • Saint Louis University School of Law
  • Southern Illinois University School of Law
  • The Ohio State University
  • The University of Alabama Graduate School
  • Trine University
  • University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign School of Labor and Employment Relations
  • Valparaiso University Law School
Panel Discussion - The Panelists

  • Akami Marik - Director of Admissions: Southern Illinois University School of Law
  • Erica Leb: National University of Health Sciences
  • Kelly Kruger- Associate Director of Admissions: Valpraiso University School of Law
  • Tina Boing- Director of Admissions: Illinois School of Professional Psychology

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