Medical Humanities and Health Studies Presents: Medicine and the Liberal Arts: Essentials for the Health Professions

Get great tips and have your questions answered by MHHS faculty, community practitioners and alumni about thoroughly preparing for careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing, clinical and non-clinical health- related professions using the unique wealth of health-focused courses in the

  • What courses will help me prepare for the MCAT?
  • Am I on a career path that’s right for ME? What else is out there?
  • Why should I do volunteer service and other extra– and co-curricular activities?
  • How can I prepare for interviews and write meaningful personal statements?
  • Who will be my patients? How do their socio-economic,/cultural/historical backgrounds impact the effectiveness of medical therapy?

IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.

Doughnuts & Coffee begin at 10:15 a.m. Panel Starts promptly at 10:30 a.m. Tai Chi & Pizza at Noon

For more information contact:
Judi Izuka Campbell
jizukac@iupui.edu; ph. 317-274-4740

  • MODERATOR
    Emily Beckman, DMH 
    Director & Asst. Professor, MHHS, IUSLA; embeckma@iupui.edu
  • PANELISTS
    Kevin Cramer, PhD
    Chair & Assoc. Professor, History IUSLA kcramer@iupui.edu
    Kenzie Latham Mintus, PhD, FGSA
    Advisor for Medical Sociology Asst. Professor, Sociology, IUSLA keelatha@iupui.edu
    Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, PhD
    Chair, World Languages and Cultures Assoc. Professor, Spanish
    Jing Wang, PhD
    Director, Chinese Language
    Assoc. Professor, Chinese Language & Culture
    Luonna M. Lancaster
    Volunteer Service Manager, Kindred Hospice
    Brittany Andrea Brown
    BA, MHHS, 2015
    BSN (Accelerated), IU School of Nursing, 2018
    Chad Childers
    BA, MHHS, 2017; pre-medicine
    2017 IUSLA Faculty Medal of Academic Distinction; Plater Medallion recipient

Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018
10:30 am – 1:00 pm
IUPUI Campus Center: CE 305
420 University Blvd,, Indianapolis 46202