Please join the Division of Graduate Medical Science at the upcoming Virtual Grad Fair. Learn about our 26 different MA, MS, PhD and MD/PhD Degrees online while talking to representatives from many of our programs. Please see details below.
Biomedical Sciences Graduate students–Decide where you want to go to school!
Unique opportunity to meet Admission Representatives from more than 21 renowned Biomed grad schools
Registered Schools Listed Here: http://biomed.careereco.net/virtual-fair/chat-with-organizations/
Connect real-time with schools without leaving your home or office. Attend the fair online from anywhere!
Register here: http://biomed.careereco.net/students-alumni/virtual-fair-registration/
See BU’s Graduate Medical Sciences Profile page here: http://biomed.careereco.net/2012/08/19/bu-medical-sciences/
What students have said about prior events:
“The Virtual Fair was extremely convenient and useful. I was able to communicate with multiple schools of my interest and ask questions. This Virtual Fair also saved me time and traveling fees if I were to visit the schools’ campuses instead.”
“I thought the virtual fair was extremely helpful. Chatting with the school representatives helped give me some direction for what I’d like to pursue, as well as some helpful tips/expectations for the application process.”
“I feel that this was great concept…It gave me an opportunity to ask questions that may not have been answered on their website and to see other potential students’ questions that I may not have thought to ask.”
“It was perfect. I loved the fact that school representatives gave out their e-mail addresses and encouraged us to contact them.”
“The whole system was very user friendly.”
Begin or refine your grad school search at the Biomed Virtual Grad School Fair on September 12th.
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-980-0088
Abstracts are currently being accepted for the 18th annual Russek Student Achievement day. Information and abstract submission details can be found here.
April 16th is Patriots day and GMS classes are suspended.
All MA and MS students planning to graduate in September 2012 should have submitted their Thesis Title page ASAP. MAMS students, if completing a research-based thesis should also submit the Thesis Agreement Form. For students with readers who are not GMS faculty, a Special Appointment form must be submitted. All forms can be found on the MAMS and MA & MS student forms pages. All Thesis Deadlines can be found on the Graduation Calendar.
Chemist and filmmaker Valerie Weiss, PhD will be on the Medical Campus Thursday, April 5, from 2-3 p.m. in room L-112, BUSM Instructional Building, to talk about her film, Losing Control. She will discuss how she transitioned from a successful career in science to filmmaking. All students, faculty and staff are invited to this seminar. Dr. Weiss will show the film trailer and several clips from the film.
Losing Control, her first feature film, is a romantic comedy based on her experience in a Harvard University lab, filmed in Cambridge and Boston. It is being shown at the Kendall Square Cinema this Friday, April 6. She will be available at the screening for Q&A.
So take a break from studying or work, learn how she transitioned from science to film; how being a scientist prepared her well for her career as a filmmaker, a career in which she wears many hats, entrepreneur, creator, fundraiser, manager, promoter; and why she thinks science is a great springboard to many careers.
There is more information about the film at http://coveringmedia.com/movie/2012/03/losing-control.html
For more information contact Yolanta@bu.edu
Join in a panel discussion and learn about the many diverse career paths of a Ph.D. in the biological sciences. Panelists will share their background, experience, and career path; they will also share briefly their personal story, ideas, and what let them to diverse careers.
Date and Time: Monday, June 4, 2012 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: BU School of Medicine Hiebert Lounge 14th Floor
Open to GMS students and postdocs
Reception to follow
The Division of Graduate Medical Sciences and Biomedical Laboratory & Clinical Sciences (MET/BUSM program) present Teaching Opportunities for graduate students and postdocs.
Learn about opportunities to tutor, TA, and instruct undergraduate courses at BUSM.
Monday, April 9, 2011 12:00pm-1:00pm
Lunch will be provided
Contact Name: Gloria Vachino
Pre-Registration for Summer I and II begins March 1st. Summer I classes begin May 22 and run to June 29th and Summer II classes begins July 2 and run through August 10, 2012. For more information and registration please see the Summer II Registration page.
Spring break begins Saturday March 10th for all GMS students. Classes will resume on March 19th.
Assistance in accessing your 1098-T form for your 2011 taxes can be found here.
Boston University has contracted with Vangent, Inc., to provide both the electronic and paper 1098-T forms. If you do not retrieve your 1098-T electronically, one will be mailed to you.
- Paper 1098-T forms will not be mailed until near January 31st and may not reach you until sometime after that date.
- You do not need to wait to view your 1098-T online if you follow the instructions below to consent to receiving the 1098-T electronically in lieu of a mailed form.
- Please note that you can login to the Vangent website and view your 1098-T after January 31st, even if you receive a paper copy.
To retrieve your 1098-T electronically:
- Launch a web browser and go to tra.vangent.com (note: Internet Explorer 9 users may need to use “Compatibility View”)
- Students new to the Vangent website:
- Click the “First Time Students” Button
- Enter your full First and Last names and the last 5 digits of your Social Security Number.
- Click Submit.
If records are present for you, you will be instructed to create an account. Follow the instructions on the website to create a free account and retrieve your 1098-T. If records are not found for you or if you have difficulty creating an account, use the “Help” link in the left menu.
Students who have already created an account on the Vangent website should login with their User ID and Password. If you have forgotten your User ID or Password please click on the “Forgot your Password” or “Forgot your User ID” link to retrieve or reset the information.
Remember, by acknowledging that you are receiving the 1098-T electronically, a hard copy form will NOT be mailed to you. However, you can go to the website as often as needed to retrieve a copy.