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Project L/EARN 20th Anniversary Conference and Reunion

Friday, August 6, 2010
Civic Square Building, 33 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick NJ

The Project L/EARN 20th Anniversary Conference will be an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the accomplishments of program alumni. Six program alumni will present their work from fields such as public health, psychology, and health policy, and several dozen alumni will present posters reflecting the history and breadth of health, social service, education and other work conducted by program alumni as they advance through their graduate training and early careers.

The conference will also include keynote speakers presenting about research on health disparities and about mentoring programs for students from under-represented populations.

The 20th Anniversary Conference will also feature speed mentoring sessions and breakout interest group panels of alumni and experts where Project L/EARN alumni can learn more about graduate education, professional development, and careers in fields commonly sought by alumni (click here for draft agenda).

RSVP form for Project L/EARN alumni Return to plearn-info@ifh.rutgers.edu by Friday, June 4.

RSVP form for Project L/EARN alumni Return to plearn-info@ifh.rutgers.edu by Friday, July 2.

Directions to the Civic Square Building

Questions? Email plearn-info@ifh.rutgers.edu or (732) 932-4661

What is speed mentoring? Speed mentoring is a chance for Project L/EARN alumni to meet individually with mentors for 15 minutes apiece to received focused mentoring on topics of your choice. Based on a list of topics you request, you will be matched up with 3-4 specifically chosen advisors, researchers, and educators who are experts in their field. Possible topics include graduate education, research, grant writing, or other topics of interest to you. Click here for an RSVP form where you can indicate the topics on which you would like to receive mentoring at the conference. On page 2 of the form, please choose up to 5 topics, listing them in order of your preference (1st choice, 2nd choice, etc.) and return the form to plearn-info@ifh.rutgers.edu by Friday, June 4.

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