BETHANY, OK - The McNair Scholars Program in conjunction with the Southern Nazarene University (SNU) Honors Program and the Office of Academic Affairs is sponsoring a seminar entitled “Planning and Preparing for Graduate School” on Thursday, October 9, at 2:00 p.m. in the Marchant Center Hearth room located on the campus of SNU at 6729 N.W. 39th Expressway in Bethany, OK.
Mike Heppler. Photo credit OSU website
Nationally recognized expert on graduate-school admissions, Mike Heppler is the guest speaker for the event. He is the Assistant Director of Student Academic Services for the Graduate College at Oklahoma State University and has been with the Graduate College since 1997. Heppler coordinates the specifics of the Graduate College recruiting program, orientation programs, student advising, and many other activities for college students and holds a Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling. Heppler is active in the McNair program nation wide.
The seminar is designed for undergraduate students who want to learn more about the process of finding, applying for and getting accepted in a graduate school program.
The seminar is free and specifically for students who may be interested in graduate school after completing the bachelor’s degree.
Please RSVP for the event. For reservations, email email@example.com. For additional information, contact 405.789.6400, extension 6540.
The McNair Scholars Program at SNU assists SNU undergraduates who are first-generation students meeting certain income criteria and others from groups under represented in graduate studies to build the skills and confidence required to pursue a doctoral degree. This competitive program targets student scholars who demonstrate sound academic performance, strong potential for success in graduate school, and the intent to pursue a career in which adoctorate is required.
Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university-a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre campus just west of Oklahoma City, SNU grew out of several small colleges committed to training people for service to God and their fellow man. More than 25,000 alumni work and serve through out the United States and the world.
Mon, September 15, 2008
by by Eunice Trent, Associate Director of Communications and Marketing