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Earlier this month, Dr. Rivka Glaser and Mubat Dohvoma attended the National Society of Genetic Counselors annual meeting in Columbus, OH. ...

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Sarah Sauthoff (BIO '09), PA-C, is currently working as a Physicians Assistant for LifeBridge Health. She has recently been recognized by her patients and coworkers as Northwest Hospital’s SuperStar employee. The award is given to employees who show their dedication to their position through positive attitude, excellent custom service, and a strong work ethic. Sarah is one of a handful of recipients to be recognized across the entire practice. Congratulations Sarah!

Chris Edler (BIO ’11) was recently hired by Stevenson to facilitate the BIO113 SoLVE sessions on Wednesday night. After graduating in 2011, Chris was hired by an environmental testing laboratory. Although he enjoyed his position, he quickly realized that his passion was teaching....Click here to read more.

In late July, while most faculty were making their preparations for classes to begin, Dr. Sydella Blatch had a different type of preparing to do; she was preparing for 10 to 12 hour days at a week-long leadership conference in DC. ...Click here to read more.

Senior Biology major Keeley Cook and senior Biotechnology BS/MS major Nichole Young both recently earned a College Reading and Learning Association Master Level Certificate. They received their certification awards at the 2nd annual . Keeley demonstrated her dedication to her fellow students, as well as her persistence to earn this certificate through 75+ hours of actual tutoring experience (Levels I, II and III), hours of training on required topics, and other requirements. Nichole was additionally honored at the banquet with a medal for working in the Academic link for over two years.

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