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Board of Advisers

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The members of the Board of Health Professions Advisers are appointed by the president of the college and work closely with the staff of the Lazarus Center for Career Development. The board provides advice to help you prepare to successfully apply for admission to professional school. We can advise on courses, balancing academic and extracurricular work, developing a timetable and the application process. If you’re not absolutely sure you want to pursue a career in the health professions, or if you're sure but are wondering about the timetable to follow, feel free to set up a meeting with one of us. All conversations are confidential.


Current Board Members

Nalini Easwar
Professor of Physics
General health professions advising

Daryl Gehman
Assistant Director, Lazarus Center for Career Development 
Resume and personal statement review, mock interviews

David Gorin
Associate Professor of Chemistry
General health professions advising 

Adam Hall
Professor of Biological Sciences
General health professions advising 

Leslie Jaffe
Director of Health Services
Dr. Jaffe can speak to the experience of medical school and being a physician. He does not do advising.

Elly Mons
Director of Health Professions Advising
General health professions advising and program administration

Kevin Shea
Professor of Chemistry
General health professions advising

Christine White-Ziegler, Chair
Professor of Biological Sciences 
General health professions advising

Sarah Witkowski
Associate Professor of Exercise & Sport Studies
General health professions advising

MJ Wraga
Professor of Psychology
General health professions advising


Webinars & Recorded Presentations

The Board of Health Professions Advisers offers periodic webinars on the application process to health profession schools and occasional other prehealth topics. Alumnae and students studying off campus are encouraged to take advantage of this presentation format.

Recorded Presentations

See Writing a Personal Statement for the Health Professions.

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