BUSPH Student Request for a Peer Coach Appointment

Writing and presentation skills appointments are available for all SPH assignments except culminating experiences, master's theses, and dissertations. They are provided free to all SPH degree candidates.
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    Student Information

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    Assignment Information

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    Appointment Information

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    Limitations of the Public Health Writing and Presentation Skills Programs

    The School of Public Health Education Office strives to ensure that peer coaches are prepared and qualified to work with students being assisted, but makes no promises regarding the content knowledge of the peer coaches or grade expectations. There exists a consensual agreement among all parties that the programs exist on an as available basis without promise that the student’s grades will improve or change.

    Responsibilities

    SPH degree candidates may have up to two sessions per assignment for SPH courses with the following stipulations: •come to the sessions prepared to describe how the peer coach can assist you (i.e., the areas of your writing that you would like to improve) and with --2 printed copies of the assignment instructions AND --2 printed copies of the most recent draft of the writing assignment OR --any materials needed for the presentation on a flash drive Any student who does not attend an appointment as scheduled (either you did not come to the appointment or you were more than 15 minutes late) will be marked as "Missed." Once you have two missed appointments, you will be unable to make or attend any future appointments until you have come to the office and program coordinator about your attendance.
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