Public Health: Health Policy, Direct-Entry Physician Assistant
Also, growing up overseas in the Middle East, I wanted a smaller school where the professors would know my name and would want to make a genuine connection with me.
My professors have encouraged me to do things that I had never considered, but with their support, I felt confident to try new things.
Public Health, Pre-Physician Assistant
This major will successfully prepare me for UE’s Physician Assistant program by presenting information about global health, statistics, and ways to improve public health.
Public Health / Pre-Physician Assistant
When I visited UE for the first time, I noticed how much the people here care for each other.
I used to attend Grand Canyon University and my professors of larger lectures did not even know my name. Here, I can talk and meet with my professors one on one and build a strong student-professor relationship. Everyone here is so understanding.
Seeing the welcoming smiles of those I pass by in the hallways and on the street is one of my favorite things about the University of Evansville.
My favorite thing about UE is the smallness of the campus. You get opportunities here in which you may not get at larger schools.
Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy, Direct-Entry Physician Assistant
I love that I can walk through campus and always see someone that I know!
Public Health, Health Policy
[Public Health] has helped me understand to see healthcare for the population, not just the individual.
Kendra served as the president of Scholars for Syria.
Public Health, BS/MPH
I fell in love with UE during my freshman year when I was struggling in some of my classes and I went to meet with my professors.
I chose UE because it truly feels like home. With small class sizes, the professors know you by name and are always there to help when needed.
Madeleine Grace Vinson
Working, exercising, and volunteering has given me so much to look forward to beyond school, which is imperative to my success.