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The Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) graduate program within the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences will be participating in graduate and professional school recruitment events at various university campuses throughout the fall. We invite prospective students to browse the recruitment schedule and considering attending a event near you. Our recruitment schedule culminates with our 2017 BIMS Graduate Regional Recruitment Day on November 10, 2017 (additional information below) at the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.

If you are not able to attend one of these recruitment events and would like to learn more about the BIMS graduate program, we welcome you to reach out to our graduate admissions coordinator, Katharina Ojala.

2017 BIMS Graduate Regional Recruitment Day | November 10, 2017 | College Station, TX

Prospective Graduate Students

Are you interested in learning more about BIMS graduate education opportunities? We invite you to attend our 2017 BIMS Graduate Regional Recruitment Day! You will have the opportunity to learn about the BIMS graduate degree program, hear current graduate students present their exciting research, and interact with faculty, current students, and our academic advisors.

Please RSVP using this link:

Schedule of Events


Program Overview with Lunch

VENI 3rd Floor Commons


Flash Talks
Presented by Current Graduate Students



Mixer with Faculty and Current Graduate Students

VENI 3rd Floor Commons


Optional Activities:
  • College Tour
  • Laboratory Tours
  • Appointments with Academic Advisors
  • Appointments with Faculty



Current Graduate Students

Join the 2017 BIMS Graduate Regional Recruitment Day activities by participating in the Flash Talk Competition! You will give prospective BIMS graduate students a glimpse into the research activities of the college and possibly win a monetary prize! In this 3-minute format, current BIMS graduate student are invited to create a single, static Power Point slide and present a compelling oration on your thesis or dissertation and its significance concisely to a non-specialist audience. This is an outstanding opportunity to practice this important aspect of research communication and assist in recruiting.

Please RSVP to participate in the flash talk competition using this link:


Faculty participation is vital to the success of this event, so we warmly encourage you to hold the time on your calendar and plan to participate in the afternoon’s activities. While we would be delighted for you to commit to the entire afternoon, we understand scheduling limitations.

Lastly, please help us promote this opportunity to prospective graduate students. We will be reaching out to many student segments, including students who have expressed interest at the recruiting events that Katharina Ojala has attended and to our TAMU undergraduate student body.

Please RSVP to participate using this link: