HEST-001 First Year Colloquium
Fall for 2009-2010
This seminar will introduce new students to the programs and opportunities of GU and NHS. Faculty and staff from various departments will describe opportunities for research, internships, study abroad and service learning. Students will be introduced to the meaning of a Jesuit education at Georgetown University and the Values Based Health Care core of NHS. Upper-class students will work with small groups of first year students to discuss common concerns, develop study strategies, manage transition to college and assist new students to identify resources. A diversity of health careers, internships and study abroad opportunities will be presented. Students will explore academic planning, time management, opportunities for academic enrichment, and ways to maximize personal wellness. Our goal is to make the first year at Georgetown University a rich, productive one and to provide students with the tools necessary for academic and personal success.
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Fall '09: Collmann, J (file download)
Fall '09: Riley, J (file download)
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