Upcoming events for students interested in health careers:
Ongoing - Dr. Rob Cannon is a member of the Institutional Review Board at Cone Hospital. They review clinical research proposals from local physicians who are doing research in oncology, cardiology, critical care medicine, etc. This Board meets on the second Tuesday of each month from 7:30-9am at the Heart Center at Cone Hospital. He is allowed to bring one or two students to the meetings to observe. We leave from the Stone Building parking lot at 7am. If you are interested in attending one of these meeting, you will need to sign up at my office, 441 Eberhart. The sign up sheet will be available on August 23rd.
Reminder - There is a Health Careers bulletin board on the first floor hallway of the Sullivan Science Building where Dr. Cannon posts items for students interested in health careers. It is suggested that you occasionally check this bulletin board when you are in the Sullivan Building.
Please also read the following FAQs about Health Career Advising: Health Career Advising FAQs & Answers
Important Meetings for Students Pursuing Health Careers
Meet with former UNCG students who are in medical, dental, and pharmacy school on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 7pm in Room 200 Sullivan Building. Get your questions answered.
Meet with a representative from the Admissions Office of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 4pm in Room 310 Eberhart Building.
Dr. Samuel Jones, Assistant Professor of Surgery in the UNC School of Medicine and Assistant Director of the Burn Center at UNC Hospitals, will be on campus to talk about his experiences and answer your questions on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 7pm in Room 200 Sullivan Building.
Personal Statement Writing Workshop on Monday, April 7, 2014 at 7pm in Room 200 Sullivan Building.
Membership of the Health Careers Advisory Committee –
Rob Cannon, Biology (Chair); Robin Maxwell, Biology (Co-Chair); Caitlin Saraphis, CASA; Ed Hellen, Physics; Kathleen Williams, School of Health and Human Sciences; George Michel , Psychology; Ron Morrison, Nutrition; Jason Reddick, Chemistry/Biochemistry.