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Alpha Epsilon Delta

Alpha Epsilon Delta. The Pre-Professional Co-Ed Health Care Fraternity Virginia Tech Delta Chapter . EXECUTIVE BOARD 2012- 2013. President : Sirisha Iruvanti ( siruvant@vt.edu )  Vice President: James Sung   ( james09@vt.edu ) Treasurer:  Sarah Bayliff    ( sbayliff@ vt.edu

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Alpha Epsilon Delta

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  1. Alpha Epsilon Delta The Pre-Professional Co-Ed Health Care Fraternity Virginia Tech Delta Chapter

  2. EXECUTIVE BOARD 2012-2013 • President:SirishaIruvanti (siruvant@vt.edu)  • Vice President:James Sung   (james09@vt.edu) • Treasurer: Sarah Bayliff   (sbayliff@vt.edu • Secretary: McKenna Creasey   (mcreasey@vt.edu) • Member Relations: Stephanie Kimbro  (skimbro1@vt.edu)

  3. Leadership • Service • 3 Committee Heads (Ashley, Caroline, Christine) • Plan all of the organizations service projects • Social • 3 Committee Heads (Zach, Kristen, Sarah) • Plan all of the organizations social events • Webmaster • 1 Committee Head (James) • Designs and updates AED’s website: www.aed.org.vt.edu

  4. Leadership • Speaker / Open House • 2 Committee Heads (Ashley, Alexandra) • Find outside speakers for weekly meetings and organize information about and trips to appropriate open houses • Relay for Life • 1 Committee Head (Tanner) • Plans and executes the organizations participation in VT Relay for Life

  5. Mission Statement Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Pre-professional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship, including medicine, dentistry, veterinary, and others. The Society welcomes ALL students engaged in the pursuit of a professional healthcare career. AED offers opportunities for intellectual and professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests, and extends a program of service to benefit the college and university community.

  6. Membership • Attendance at 8 out of 11 meetings is required. In other words, you are only allowed to miss 3 meetings. • A minimum of 5 service points are required. • Attendance at 3 planned socials. Dues of $30 due February 11th

  7. Inactive Membership • Inactive membership is for those that cannot attend weekly meetings due to time conflicts with class or work. Thus, inactive membership allows you to be exempt from the Monday night meetings. • In order to be granted inactive status you must bring in a documented excuse that clearly shows why you cannot meet at 7 PM on Monday nights. • You may only be an inactive member for one semester. • Attendance at 5 special events and 3 planned socials is still required.

  8. Probation • If the requirements on the previous slide are not met during the course of a single semester of membership, you will be allowed to remain in AED, but on a probationary status. Therefore, you have the following semester (be it fall or spring) to complete the requirements that you missed in addition to the normal ones for the current semester.

  9. Pre-Health Advising Dr. Judith A. Wubah • jawubah@vt.edu Pre-Health Advising Sessions: Twice per week in the Smith Career Center - Online registration required, there will be specific sessions for Freshmen/Sophomores and Juniors/Seniors. Check the Office of Pre-Health Advising website frequently for dates and times. Pre-Health Folder: Opened during your undergraduate career - contains your resume, letters of recommendation, copies of your personal statement, a photo, and a list of any medical experiences you have had Campus Interviews: Conducted by the Health Professions Committee in the spring of junior year (March-May)

  10. First Meeting:February 4th 7pmin Litton Reaves 1670

  11. Questions?

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