About Us

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Danielle Stubbs (she/her)

Senior Academic Advisor, Health Professions

Danielle Stubbs joined GW as a Senior Pre-Health Advisor in April 2021. She comes from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she worked as a pre-health advisor for three years. Danielle earned her BA in Psychology from the College of William & Mary in 2016 and her M.Ed. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership in 2018. She first developed a passion for working with students as a peer advisor during her undergraduate years. One of her favorite parts about working with pre-health students, in particular, is their drive and passion for helping others in a very competitive environment. In her spare time, she loves to binge The Office, play Zelda and cuddle with her pup Rosie.

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Students must first attend a pre-health information session before scheduling an appointment with the pre-health advisor. 

If you need to meet with the pre-health advisor but have not yet attended a pre-health information session, please contact us directly at [email protected] before scheduling your appointment. 

GW faculty and staff may request a Pre-Health Advising Overview for a course they teach or for department meetings, which includes a quick 10 - 15 minute presentation on what pre-health advising is, resources available to pre-health students at GW, when they should meet with the pre-health advisor, and an approximate timeline/lifecycle of a pre-health student.

Attend a Pre-Health Info Session

Schedule a 1-on-1 Appointment

Request a Pre-Health Advising Overview

 


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 

GW Pre-Health Academic Advising is available to all current GW students and alumni interested in a career in healthcare. Regardless of whether your interest is recent or a goal you’ve had for years, Pre-Health Advising is here to help.

  • Common topics we talk about include but are not limited to: competitiveness for your health program of choice, application process & timeline, entrance exams, prerequisite courses, gap year, motivation, available resources and more. 

  • To get a better understanding, sign up for a Pre-Health Info Session today!

  • We host relevant events during fall and spring such as Accepted Student Panels, info sessions on a variety of topics (such as gap years and post bacs), College Admission Panels and more!

  • We collaborate with offices across campus to provide you with the most up-to-date information and resources

  • We provide you with relevant information regarding upcoming events, opportunities and more via the Pre-Health Listserv. (sign up here!)

  • Each year, we conduct the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC) for MD/DO/Dental students to practice submitting their applications, participate in a mock admissions interview and gather feedback from the committee, which is composed of the pre-health advisor and STEM faculty.

  • The Career Center's industry career coaches meet with undergraduate students helping them develop their personal brand and job search strategy.

  • Jazmine Newkirk serves as the industry career coach for undergraduate students pursuing careers in health sciences and public health sectors.

  • Career coaching appointments can be scheduled through Handshake.

 
 

 


Our Location

 

Pre-Health Advising
Phillips Hall, Suite 107

801 22nd St. NW

Washington, DC 20052

Phone: 202-994-6211
Email: [email protected]