Department of Biology
Biology Majors and Health Careers Meeting
28 August 2003
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Bro. Edward Salgado, Chair of the Biology Dept., welcomes the group and introduces the Biology Faculty members.  He also described the Biology Major's Paradigm.

CBU Biology offers opportunities for paid student research in Brazil and Uganda through the MIRT-NIH grant

Dr. Ross explained the use of Bio Dept. computers,  study materials on \\valshare\biology, and the Biology Majors email list.

Dr. Busler, Chair of the Chemistry Dept., invites pre-med (and pre-pharmacy, etc.) students to investigate an "alternative life style" the Chemistry major as a path to their career goals. 

Chem PreMed Paradigm  Chem PrePharm Paradigm

100% of the CBU Chem majors who applied to graduate programs received at least one acceptance!

Michelle Driscoll, Senior Biology major and President of the Mu Tau chapter of the national biological honor society, Beta Beta Beta, invites all students interested in Biology to participate in the activities planned for this academic year.

Dr. Eisen discusses Health Careers and invites students to sign up to receive the CBU Caduceus e-newsletter.

Dr. Eisen awarded the 3 Door Prizes which include assorted goodies contributed by the Church Health Center.




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Biology Majors & Health Careers Meeting
Thursday, 28 August 2003  12:45 p.m  Room S153
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