NEWEST: Last meeting: Thursday, May 5, 12:10pm, CNS 112; Vet on-line classes; REMINDER-- Freshman and Sophomores---apply now
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
At the meeting, we will have elections for next year's e-board positions. There will also be food to celebrate the end of the semester, so feel free to stop by in between classes to take a little snack break.
Also if you are interested in purchasing a graduation pin ($5) but haven't emailed us already, please send a message here: email@example.com
IC Premedical Society E-board
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
The University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, is offering a few exciting online undergraduate courses in the upcoming Summer and Fall semesters that are specifically geared towards students interested in Veterinary Medicine. Students at other Colleges and Universities can sign up for these classes.
The Dog is an online course (3 credits) specifically designed for undergraduate students interested in learning more about dogs, especially those planning careers in Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Technical Programs. Students will be introduced to a number of topics, including evolution, domestication, anatomy, biology, role in society, physiology, behavior, and health of the dog. Students enrolled at any College or University can take this course. For more information about this class or enrollment contact the Course Director, Dr. Patrick Larkin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*this class is also offered in the fall semester
The Horse is an online course (3 credits) for upper level undergraduate students, post-baccalaureate students, or graduate students that is designed for students planning careers in large animal Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Technical Programs. This course covers many important topics in the domesticated horse field including reproduction, anatomy, the musculoskeletal system, GI physiology, preventative health care, as well as current research. Students enrolled at any College or University can take this course. For more information about this class or enrollment contact the Course Director, Dr. Patrick Larkin (email@example.com).
*this class is also offered in the fall semester
Manatee Health and Conservation is an online course (3 credits) that will provide students (upper level undergraduate and graduate) and professionals (with an AA or higher degree) with a detailed overview of manatee natural history, health assessment, and research findings as well as explore conservation issues. For more information about the class or enrollment, contact Dr. Iske Larkin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Fall semester only
Aquatic Animal Conservation Issues is an online course (3 credits) designed to introduce students (upper level undergraduate and graduate) and professionals (with an AA or higher degree) to the controversial issues surrounding aquatic animal species ranging from invertebrates to marine mammals, with an emphasis on marine mammals, but also including sea turtles, fisheries, and marine ecosystems. Students enrolled at any College or University can take this course. For more information about the class or enrollment, contact Dr. Iske Larkin (email@example.com).
If you are interested in taking one of the classes, registration is now open for the summer and fall semesters.
Monday, March 7, 2016
Tuesday, March 8: General Body Meeting, CNS115, 12:15-1:05 pm
Thursday, March 7: Dr. Scott M. Glick D.O., an Emergency Physician for Q&A session, CNS115, 12:15-1:05 pm . Pizza provided
Dr. Glick is currently an Emergency Physician and Associate Director of Oswego Hospital Emergency Department and also an Emergency Physician at Cayuga Medical Center. He has worked as a paramedic for a several years before attending medical school, and spent a year as a neurosurgery resident before switching to emergency medicine residency.
Monday, February 22, 2016
SUNY Upstate Medical University, Division of Student Affairs presents:
“Try on a White Coat at Upstate: A Health Career Immersion Institute”
June 4- June 10, 2016
Cost is FREE! (Includes Housing and Meals)
To apply for this program students should be:
- A current freshman or sophomore year student on a pre-health track
- A New York state resident
- From an underrepresented or economically disadvantaged population
- At least 18 years of age
- Preference given to CSTEP students
This program includes:
- Opportunities to explore different careers in the healthcare field
- Opportunities to interact with current students and faculty at SUNY Upstate
- An overview on the admissions process including tips on how to become a competitive candidate
- Service and community outreach opportunities in the Syracuse area
- Tips for academic success that include: study skills, test and note taking strategies, and time management skills
- Hands on activities, demonstrations and simulations
- Teambuilding and networking opportunities (including a trip to WonderWorks ropes course)
***Each applicant must submit an application and one recommendation form completed by a college administrator/faculty member
Application and Recommendation Form due April 15, 2016
Acceptance Letters will be e-mailed by May 6, 2016
For more information, please visit the Upstate website (http://www.upstate.edu/currentstudents/support/multicultural/summer-immersion.php) or contact:
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Coordinator for Cross Cultural Programming and Awareness
SUNY Upstate Medical University
766 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13210