Admitted Student Visit Day 2019

Students who have received an offer of admission to the Nutritional Sciences graduate program (MPH, MS, PhD) for autumn 2019 are welcome to attend our Admitted Student Visit Day to learn more about our program, the School of Public Health, and the University of Washington. We are featuring two visit options:  an in-person visit to campus to connect with faculty and staff, and a virtual visit with the GCPD Program Director and staff for those who are not able to make it to campus in person.

Tues, March 5, 2019:  In-person visit to the Seattle campus

Wed, March 6, 2019:  Virtual visit via ZOOM

Register

Please complete the Visit Day Registration Form by Thursday, February 28, 2019 to RSVP for either session. For any questions about visit day, please contact nutr@uw.edu.

Schedules

Seattle Campus Visit Day Schedule

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

8:30-9:50AM  NUTR 531 Public Health Nutrition
Visit class taught by Jesse Jones-Smith.
South Campus Center Room 303

10:00-10:15AM    Check-in
Husky Union Building (HUB), Room 214

10:15-12:15PM    Welcome Lunch
Welcome and Q&A with faculty over lunch.
Husky Union Building (HUB), Room 214

12:30-1:20PM      NUTR 500 Nutritional Sciences Seminar
Visit Aquatic Food Systems, Nutrition, and Health seminar taught by Yona Sipos.
Guest speakers include Jennifer Otten and Chris Anderson.
Kane Hall, Room 110

2:00-3:00PM        Student Meet & Greet
Meet with current graduate students over light refreshments.
Raitt Hall, Room 330

3:00-4:00PM        GCPD Session
Learn more about the Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics program and ask questions of Director, Anne Lund.
Raitt Hall, Room 330-D

Campus Tours:  Campus Tours are available through the UW Admissions Office throughout the week. Although the sessions are marketed for freshman, prospective graduate students are welcome to register and attend only the tour portion of the session. Check here for availability.

Online Visit via ZOOM Schedule 

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

11:00-12:30  Virtual Visit
Online information session and Q&A with program faculty and staff.