Students, Parents Can Explore Science Opportunities at BenU Open House

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Students, Parents Can Explore Science Opportunities at BenU Open House


Byline: Phil Brozynski

Why does the College of Science at Benedictine University enjoy the reputation it does?

Is it because our alumni, like Advocate Christ Medical Center resident and University of Illinois medical school graduate Michael T. Stanek (B.S. Biology/Chemistry, 2010), and Muzamil Arshad (B.S. Physics, 2010), an M.D./Ph.D. candidate at Wayne State University School of Medicine, matriculate to some of the top graduate and medical schools throughout the country?

Maybe it's our award-winning faculty, like former chair of Biological Sciences Allison K. Wilson, Ph.D., who was presented the Distinguished Faculty Award for her work in securing a $1.2 million Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Grant from the National Science Foundation?

Or perhaps it Benedictine's historically deep ties to the regional science and technology community which create opportunities for students to obtain research internships in local industry or government labs?

High school and transfer students who are interested in science and want to learn how the College of Science at Benedictine University can help prepare them for exciting and rewarding careers should attend the College of Science Open House from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 21, in the lobby of Goodwin Hall.

The open house provides students and their parents with the opportunity to meet with University faculty and staff members to discuss Benedictine's academic programs, admissions requirements, application process, available scholarships and financial aid. Customized tours of campus and the Birck Hall of Science, a state-of-the-art teaching and research facility, will also be provided.

Benedictine University's College of Science offers undergraduate programs in Biology, Environmental Science, Health Science, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Science, The College also has institutional agreements with a number of leading medical centers in the Chicago area that would provide the required clinical experience for students seeking to obtain degrees in Clinical Laboratory Science, Clinical Life Science (Perfusion Technology and Respiratory Care), Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Technology and Radiation Therapy. …

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