Date(s) - 11/18/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Bachlor of Science in Public Health
- Behavioral & Community Health Sciences
- Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
- Health Policy & Systems Management
- Official School Event
- Open House
- Student Recruitmemt
Louisiana State University’s School Public Health in New Orleans is participating in Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASSPH) Virtual Fair.
This FREE event takes place Wednesday, November 18th, 2020, between 9 am/CT– 5pm/CT.
To register for the event, please do so here.
With opportunities to speak with current students, admissions staff and faculty from each of the departments, it is the perfect time to learn more about what makes LSU and our school so special – and how you can come be a part of it all!
Day-Of Event Schedule:
General/Admissions Questions with current students and admissions staff
9:00a – 5:00p CT (10:00a – 3:00p ET /7 :00a – 3:00p PT)
11:00a – 5:00p CT (12:00a – 6:00p ET / 9:00a – 3:00p PT)
|Dr. Andrew Chapple||Biostatistics (BIOS)||11:00a-12:00p CT (12:00p-1:00p ET / 9:00a-10:00a PT)|
|Dr. Ashley Wennerstrom||Behavioral & Community Health Sciences (BCHS)||12:00p-1:00p CT (1:00p-2:00p ET / 10:00a-11:00a PT)|
|Dr. Richard Culbertson||Health Policy & System Management (HPSM)||1:00p-2:00p CT (2:00p-3:00p ET / 11:00a-12:00p PT)|
|Dr. Ariane Rung||Epidemiology (EPID)||2:00p-3:00p CT (3:00p-4:00p ET / 12:00p-1:00p PT)|
|Dr. Daniel Harrington||Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (ENHS)||3:00p-4:00p CT (4:00p-5:00p ET / 1:00p-2:00p PT)|
For more information:
If you don’t have a chance to join us during the ASPPH Virtual Fair please email us your questions to SPH@lsuhsc.edu or by giving us a call 504-568-5700. We are available for any questions or needs that you might have!
2020 Gravier Street
New Orleans, LA 70114
What students have said about prior events:
“The Virtual Fair was extremely convenient and useful. I was able to communicate with multiple schools of my interest and ask questions. This Virtual Fair also saved me time and traveling fees if I were to visit the schools’ campuses instead.”
“I thought the virtual fair was extremely helpful. Chatting with the school representatives helped give me some direction for what I’d like to pursue, as well as some helpful tips/expectations for the application process.”
“I feel that this was great concept…It gave me an opportunity to ask questions that may not have been answered on their website and to see other potential students’ questions that I may not have thought to ask.”
“It was perfect. I loved the fact that school representatives gave out their e-mail addresses and encouraged us to contact them.”
“The whole system was very user friendly.”