Joel Schlessinger MD interviews potential students for Brown UniversityPosted by in Community
Joel Schlessinger MD understands the importance of a good education. Besides making generous donations to Brown University, Joel Schlessinger MD also donates his time to helping the admissions staff interview potential students.
“It never ceases to amazing me that there are such incredible students out there applying to Brown, as well as other colleges,” Joel Schlessinger MD said. “Being an interviewer allows me the opportunity to meet diverse and remarkable teenagers, while contributing to one of my alma maters.”
Joel Schlessinger MD attended Brown University Medical School in the early 1980’s. His daughter, Claire, is a current student at the college.
Brown University has a student body of 6,000 undergraduates, 2,000 graduate students and 400 medical school students. Students and faculty members come from every U.S. state and more than 100 foreign countries.
This Ivy League school overs approximately 2,000 courses each year in over 40 academic departments. Brown University’s prestigious reputation attracts and cultivates independent thinkers that have the drive and power to create change.
“Brown was a pivotal and important part of my learning experience and it is a good to give back to it.”
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