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Existing Centralized Application Services AACOMAS/Osteopathic Medicine 95% - 19 out of 20 AMCAS/Allopathic Medicine 95% - 114 out of 126 AACPMAS/Podiatric Medicine 86% - 6 out of 7 AADSAS/Dental Medicine 98% - 54 Schools out of 56

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existing centralized application services
Existing Centralized Application Services
  • AACOMAS/Osteopathic Medicine 95% - 19 out of 20
  • AMCAS/Allopathic Medicine 95% - 114 out of 126
  • AACPMAS/Podiatric Medicine 86% - 6 out of 7
  • AADSAS/Dental Medicine 98% - 54 Schools out of 56
  • CASPA/Physician Assistant 69% - 90 out of 133 (started 2001)
  • PharmCAS/Pharmacy 48% - 43 out of 84 (started 2002)
  • VMCAS /Veterinary Medicine 82% - 29 out of 35
  • TMDSAS/Texas State Schools 100%
  • LSAC/Law Schools 100% - 176 out of 176 schools
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Centralized Application Service Advisory Committee

Sandra C. Quinn, PhD

University of Pittsburgh

Aundra Shields, JD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Jane M. Smith

George Washington University

Mary Ann Smith, Ph.D.

University of Texas

Chris Tisch

University of Arizona Health Sciences Center

Dorian Thomas

University of Illinois at Chicago

Tanya Uden-Holman, PhD

University of Iowa

Jody Usher, Ph.D.

Emory University

Nancy Patton

Saint Louis University

Nancy A. Persily, MPH

University at Albany SUNY

Angela Everett

University of South Carolina

Michael Green

University of South Florida

Vincent James, BS, MBA, MA, MS

Harvard School of Public Health

Robert F. Meenan, MD, MPH, MBA

Boston University

Mark Robson, PhD, MPH

UMDNJ

William H. Harvey, PhD

Earlham College and NAAHP liaison

O. Ray Kling, PhD

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Rick Love

Univ. of California - Berkeley

Ngina Lythcott, Dr.P.H.

Columbia University

Rick Love

Univ. of California – Berkeley

Dianne Wynn, M.Ed

University of North Texas

Joseph Harvey

University of Arkansas

Joan J. Anson, MS Ed.

Johns Hopkins University

Elaine E Boston, DrPH

Tulane University

Jacqui R. Comshaw

Yale School of Public Health

Arthur J. Culbert, PhD

Boston University

Judy Dawson

Ohio State University

Mary M. Derkach, JD, MSIS

University of Pittsburgh

Angela Everett

University of South Carolina

Michael Green

University of South Florida

Joan P. Pasiuk

University of Minnesota

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Centralized Application Services

Benefits to students

√ Eliminates need for multiple reporting of information to multiple schools√ Ease of applying to more than one school√ Applicants have opportunity to learn about other SPHBenefits to schools√ May eliminate need for expensive proprietary software (e.g. ApplyYourself)√ Less time spent on collecting data.

No need to verify information and assemble application materials√ SPH will have better information about application populations as a whole√ SPH will better able to recruit new applicants (geography, demographics)√ Polished consistent image to SPH√ SPH will learn best practices from colleagues

centralized application service participant list as of may 5 2005
Centralized Application Service Participant List as of May 5, 2005

√√√√ University at Albany SUNY School of Public Health

√√√√ Mel and Enid Zuckerman Arizona College of Public Health

√√√√ Boston University School of Public Health

√√√√ Harvard School of Public Health 

√√√√ University of Oklahoma College of Public Health

√√√√ Saint Louis University School of Public Health

√√√√ Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

√√√√ Yale University School of Public Health

√√√ Minnesota University School of Public Health

√√√ Emory University Rollins School of Public Health

√√√√ Denotes school is interested in participating in first cycle

√√√ Denotes school is interested in participating in later cycle

√√ Denotes school is interested but for internal reasons, unlikely to participate in first few years

√ Denotes school is not interested