The Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) Graduate Program within the
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) 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.
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
BIMS Graduate Program Doctoral Recruitment Weekend
January 17-19, 2018 | College Station, Texas
This invitation only recruitment event provides
the opportunity for prospective doctoral students to visit the
college to connect with prospective faculty mentors and learn more
about the PhD degree program. Prospective students are not required
to have a faculty mentor identified prior to submitting an
application, as all invitees will have the opportunity to interview
for the BIMS PhD Rotation Program. The CVM
Trainee Research Symposium is a feature of recruitment weekend, as
prospective students will be exposed to the depth and breath of the
research being conducted at the college.
For invitation consideration, prospective doctoral students
must submit an application for admission by
December 1, 2018.
Applications will be reviewed and those
selected to receive invitations will be contacted no later than
December 20, 2018. Please note, if you are invited to attend,
your travel itinerary will be developed by our office and all
associated travel expenses will be covered by our program.
If you have questions about your application or your possible
pariticpation in this event, please contact us.
BIMS Graduate Program Regional Recruitment Day
Fall 2019 (Date TBD) | College Station, Texas
Are you interested in learning more about graduate education
opportunities in biomedical sciences? We invite you to attend the
BIMS Graduate Program Regional Recruitment Day! Throughout an
afternoon of programming, you will have the opportunity to learn
about the BIMS
graduate degree programs, hear current graduate students
present their research during a 3 Minute Thesis Competition, and
interact with faculty, current students, and our academic
Please contact us
are interested in attending this event!