UTC Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Open House Event
Friday, October 20th
Time and Location: Mapp Building, Room 302, 3:00-5:00p
Considering a career in Physical or Occupational Therapy? Join us to learn more about both professions as well as hear all about UTC’s programs. Attendees will get a program overview and requirement update from Rebecca Littleton, a building tour including the anatomy space, and a demonstration by current PT and OT graduate assistants.
Rebecca Littleton, Program Coordinator
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Programs
Periodic Ponderings: Physician Assistant School Showcase
Tuesday, October 24th
Location: Mapp Building 104, 3:30-4:30p EST
Are you considering going to PA school, but not sure what you need to do? Join us to learn about the requirements and what it takes to go to PA school as well as PA programs in the region.
William Watson, MPA
UTC Center for Professional Education
Medical Morality: Examination of Healing and Medicine in the Globalized World
Doctors' Panel on Healthcare Equity, Access, and Patient Choice
Thursday, October 26th
UC Chattanooga Room, 4:00-5:30p EST
Join us for an insightful exploration of the ethical dilemmas faced by doctors as they strive to create a healthcare landscape that is equitable, accessible, affordable, and rooted in patient-centered care. "Medical Morality" promises to be an enriching and enlightening experience for medical professionals, students, and anyone interested in the future of healthcare ethics.
This panel event encourages active participation from attendees. Audience members will have the opportunity to pose questions to the panelists, engaging in a dynamic dialogue that deepens their understanding of the ethical challenges doctors face and the innovative approaches they employ.
Dr. Karen Rogers, MD, Assistant Professor, Associate Program Director, UTHSC
Dr. Tom Voychehovski, MD , retired, formerly Assistant Professor in Pediatrics, at UT, Memphis School of Medicine
Periodic Ponderings: Now What? Getting Started in Pre-Health at UTC
Friday, October 27th
Location: Signal Mountain Room, UC, 1:00-2:00p EST
You have decided to pursue a career in healthcare, now what? Figuring out what to do next can feel very overwhelming and can cause you to stall out. Regardless of where you are in your college journey join in for this workshop that will help you identify where you need to start, as well as prepare you for your first meeting with the pre-Health advisor.
The Wicked Wonderland of Personal Statements
Tuesday, October 31st
Location: Lupton Hall 389, 3:00-4:30p EST
Don’t get spooked about personal statements, the monster (or laundry) under your bed should not scare you more than crafting your personal statement. There is no right way to craft a personal statement, however, there are many wrong ways. Join us for a crash course in personal statement writing if you dare. This spooky event is open to all students but will be most relevant to Pre-Health students in their junior and senior years who plan to apply to a professional school program in Summer 2024 or Summer 2025, we hope by the time you leave you will find more treat than trick in the process.
Periodic Ponderings: Medical School Showcase
Wednesday, November 8th
Location: Chickamauga Room, UC, 4:00-5:30p EST
Are you considering going to medical school, but not sure what you need to do? Join us to learn about the requirements and what it takes to go to medical school as well as medical schools in the region.
Periodic Ponderings: Assessing Your Application: A Workshop for Students Planning to Submit Applications to Professional School
Thursday, November 16th
Location: Lupton Hall 114, 3:00p-5:00p EST
Knowing when you want to apply to professional school and when you are ready to apply can sometimes be tricky. Join us to review all the components of a professional application, as well as confirm you are on the right track for application. This workshop will be especially relevant for students planning to submit their application in Spring/Summer of 2024 for professional healthcare programs.