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Standardized Testing Information

Standardized Testing Information All Graduate and Professional School testing applications are now mostly available only online.  Preparation for Graduate Admissions Exams A Special Opportunity for Roanoke College students only! In cooperation with the Kaplan Center in Blacksburg, Roanoke College offers its students the opportunity to receive grants to pay for a portion of the preparation ... course are also available. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR 2013-14, AND ESPECIALLY FOR THE EARLY FALL LSAT AND GRE PREP COURSES! For more information, call Ms. McLawhorn at (540

Teaching Scholar Program

for faculty and exempt staff interested in one of four areas:  1.      Pedagogy of Advising: We welcome faculty and exempt staff applications interested in working with advising, especially ... , and designing programming for RC faculty and staff on advising best practices.  2.      Pedagogy of Formative Observations: We welcome faculty applications interested in formative observation. The TC ... applications interested in continuing this work by researching formative peer evaluation models, enhancing (and ideally enlarging) the pilot program, and designing programming for RC faculty

Course Materials Development Grant

Course Materials Development Grant COURSE MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT GRANT PURPOSE & SCOPE:  Awards of up to $1,500 to fund the acquisition of specialized, permanent teaching materials for new courses or significant upgrades of existing courses. Applicants must demonstrate that these materials are essential to a course's instruction and that the proposed course represents a significant contribution to the College's curriculum. Applications must be accompanied by a Chair's endorsement which specifically indicates that the materials represent too much of a burden on the department's budget

Biology Department Goals

: Structure and function are linked in all living things. II. Skills a. The ability to apply the process of science b. The ability to communicate biological concepts and their applications effectively c

Internship Requirements for Credit

of the nature of the work or the project, including interesting technicalities, problems encountered, and applications of course concepts to the work project. The journal is designed to be reflective

Course Descriptions

and performance. Lecture: 4.5 hrs/wk. Prerequisite: THEA 212.    325 Lighting Design Lighting theory and basic electrical principles for stage applications, including drafting of light plots

Suggested Timeline

. Request letters of recommendation. Fourth-Year: Finish up any required pre-requisite courses for pharmacy school and your major. Complete secondary applications. Interview

Veterinary School

Preparing for Veterinarian Medicine Programs Pre-vet bullet points Pick a major:  While there are specific courses required to apply to most veterinary schools, you can major in anything; pick something you are passionate about.  By taking courses you love, you will earn better grades and be more competitive in your applications.  Click here to see courses required and recommended ... taking a lighter load in that semester and use the extra time to take a GRE preparation course or study on your own.  Apply to veterinary schools:  Most students submit their applications early

Occupational Therapy Recommended Courses

Recommended Courses for Occupational Therapy School Pre-occupational therapy course recommendations from your health professions advisors. You can major in anything; pick something you are passionate about. By taking courses you love, you will earn better grades. While there is a core set of courses needed for applications to most occupational therapy programs, there is substantial variability in additional prerequisites. You should research the specific requirements and recommendations for your schools of interest. These courses are required by most occupational therapy schools

Finances and Financial Aid

please complete the scholarship application . Completed applications must be received by April 1 for Summer, Fall, and Yearlong programs; and by November 1 for Spring semester programs. External