Who Is My Advisor?
Schedule advising appointments via the Starfish portal. Many questions can also be addressed by email: email@example.com
Our HatH advisor, Shuta Kiba is your go-to resource for learning about the certificate and application process, planning your path through the certificate’s requirements, and incorporating your work in the certificate as part of your future applications and professional profile. Shuta hosts the required HatH information sessions (see below). He welcomes one-on-one conversations with students interested in the certificate and those who’ve declared about how to make the most of the program and its personal and professional benefits. Shuta is a current PhD Candidate in the English Department.
If you are interested in the Health and the Humanities certificate, you can attend a group information session to learn more. You must attend an information session before applying for the HatH Certificate, held at the start of each term.
In the meantime, you may contact the HatH advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the certificate, or use the link above to schedule an in-person meeting.
The most up-to-date information about applications can be found on our admissions page.
The Health and the Humanities certificate program is an excellent way to develop and demonstrate the inter- and intra-personal competencies that are in demand in the health professions.
Students interested in pursuing a career in the health sciences may also benefit from speaking with an advisor at the Center for Pre-Health Advising for advice on applying to health professional programs.