There’s more to health care and science than you might imagine.
Given the rapid growth in health care and the sciences, it’s essential to understand the breadth of opportunities to choose the best options for yourself. A few examples of careers that attract students to this pathway include: scientist, health care practitioner, public health educator, hospital administrator, researcher, and psychologist. This pathway helps you to explore these opportunities and many more.
First-year neuroscience students took their turn as teachers when a Lake Forest Country Day School class visited campus. They taught them interactive lessons about the important role their brains play when it comes to memory, planning, and attention, as well as physical challenges to learn about motor function.
The 2016 Robert B. Glassman Memorial Brain, Mind, and Behavior Symposium, held November 10, was a highlight of Brain Awareness Week. With 36 student presentations, this was the largest Glassman Symposium ever.
The Career Advancement Center’s annual Speed Networking event seriously connects students with professionals in their area of interest. From neuroscience to art history, students from all areas of study come to get career advice, find internship opportunities, and make connections that will hopefully lead to jobs after graduation. Nearly 1,800 scheduled meetings were held during the event.