Healthcare Events


Convocation: Wil Haygood's Tigerland

August 24; 9am - 10am

Described as "one of our most accomplished alumni," Wil Haygood ('76) will debut his latest book, Tigerland: 1968-1969 A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing, at Convocation. Miami's Class of 2022 will be the first in the world to receive copies of the book due to a special arrangement with the publisher for an early delivery …

Fall Mega Fair

August 29;  6pm - 9pm 
  • Location:  Slant Walk, Miami University

Mega Fair is a massive student organization fair. Leaders from many of Miami's 500+ student clubs and organizations set up shop to let other students know who they are, what they do, and how to join. You'll find student performances, free food samples and giveaways, and a wealth of information at Mega Fair. The event is a great way to jump-start your involvement on campus!

Pre-Health Forum

September 4; 6pm - 8 pm 
  • Location:  Armstrong Student Center, Pavilion A

Hosted by some of your fellow pre-health students, this event is intended to connect first-year students with faculty and other pre-health students in an open house and Q&A format. Even if you're not a first-year student. this is a great opportunity for you to network and get involved on campus.

Some of the evenings topics include:

  • Keys to academic success
  • Research
  • Shadowing
  • Giving back to the Miami and Oxford communities.

Miami University Pre-Health Professional School Fair

September 5; 1pm - 5pm

Miami University will be hosting its Fifth Annual Health Professional Fair featuring health professional school representatives from around the country! Stop by the Pavilion Room in the Armstrong Student Center and gain valuable knowledge and networking opportunities. Please remember that this is a professional event and, as such, professional dress is encouraged.

Department of Psychology Open House

September 7; 11am - 1:30pm

This open house and information fair gives prospective and current students the opportunity to learn and become involved in the numerous academic and non-academic opportunities available to students within the Department of Psychology …

Ohio Medical Education Day (OMED) 2018

September 29; 9am - 5pm

The Ohio Medical Education Day is in its 6th year and is open to all Ohio Pre-Medical students. Learn about the path to medical school, building your application, and network with admissions offices from Ohio's medical schools! While you're there don't forget to attend the Meet the Deans Fair, where there will be representatives from state and regional medical schools, scholarship programs, and private MCAT companies. This year's conference will be held at the University of Toledo Health Sciences Campus on Saturday 29th, 2018, from 9:00am-5:00pm. See below for more details.

Schedule of the Day:

  9:00 –   9:30 am:  Registration
  9:30 –   9:40 am:  Welcome
  9:40 – 10:25 am:  Keynote 1: Application Overview
10:25 – 10:35 am:  Break
10:35 – 11:20 am:  Breakout 1
11:20 – 11:30 am:  Break
11:30 – 12:15 pm:  Breakout 2
12:15 – 12:35 pm:  Lunch
12:35 –   1:20 pm:  Keynote 2: Matriculation Metrics
  1:20 –   2:00 pm:  Keynote 3: MD & DO Philosophy
  2:00 –   4:15 pm:  Group 1 Current Medical Student Panel & "Meet the Deans" Fair
  4:30 –   5:15 pm:  Optional Toledo Campus Tour

The cost for attendance is $25 and can be paid through the registration site. Registration is limited to the first 350 students.

To Register:

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to and someone will respond to your questions!

The Midwest Podiatry Academy - 2018 Quickie Seminar

September 22; 7am-5pm

Where: The Hilton Garden Inn, Austin Landing

What: Students will have access to medical and surgical lectures, as well as vendors who support the profession. There will also be podiatric physicians at the resident and private practice levels, along with a Q&A session.

For more information email Pre-Health Professions Advisor Tailyn Walborn at

Crossroad Health Center Volunteer Internship Program

The Crossroad Volunteer Internship Program is targeted toward pre-medical and pre-health students who are interested in gaining real, hands-on experience at a primary care clinic in a low-income community. This includes a balance of clinical tasks which provide interns with invaluable experiences and non-clinical tasks that improve the standard of care at Crossroad. They are looking for hardworking, dedicated, and reliable individuals who conduct themselves professionally.

Keep in mind that this is a large commitment of time when applying. Volunteer interns are required to commit to one year of weekly shifts totaling 8 hours per week.

The next application cycle for interns who will join the program in September 2018 will begin on August 1, 2018. Applications will be open online until August 19, 2018 at 11:59 PM. Interviews will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2018. Visit their website for details regarding the application process and the Crossroad Volunteer Internship Program as a whole:

To read about the experiences of students in this program, please visit you can visit their blog at