Friday, September 24, 2021
Fall 2021 Pre-Health Workshop Series: Pre-Health Freshman FAQ
Monday, September 27, 2021
Certifications in Exercise Science and Health Promotion
Jorge Torres is a pre-medical track student working towards a B.S. in Biological Sciences, and is a member of the Tiny Earth Lab, researching antibiotic producing bacteria found in the soil. He is also a member of the Soar-in-4 program.
Pursing a B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavior and a B.S. in Biological Sciences, Kaitlin Waite works with Howard Hock, Ph.D. in the Undergraduate Vision Laboratory. Kaitlin's current research project for her Psychology Honors Thesis focuses on the perception of motion and speed in the visual system and how cortical brain damage can affect these responses.
High achieving undergraduate students had the opportunity to meet with College of Science Dean, college leadership, faculty and members of the academic affairs team at the Soar-in-4 Scholars luncheon. The students will work closely with the Academic Affairs team through the program. Students also had the opportunity to connect with fellow Soar-in-4 peers.
We welcome Ella Tepper Feliciano, Assistant Director and
Career Center Liaison to the College of Science from the
FAU Career Center. Reach out to Ella if you are interested
in the Science Internship Course , you have questions about
science careers, building your resume, mock interviews,
graduate school, job searches, and career skill development.
Most days you will find Tamires Matias, a B.A. in
Health Science here at FAU, assessing biopsies
of cancers, ulcers, polyps, and even an odd finger or
toe as an intern at the Boca-Delray Pathology Lab.
The lab is one of the top in the state, with a 24-hour
turnaround for area hospitals in south Florida,
and Jacksonville. Read more.
Wendy advises Biology, Geoscience, and Health Science students. She has over eight years of experience in advising and over 17 years of experience in higher education, including work in admissions and annual giving. She has a bachelor's degree
in Business Administration and has worked with local non-profits
such as the Jewish National Fund and the Disabled Veteran's
LIFE Memorial Foundation. Originally from New York, she has been living in Florida since 2003 and is married with boy/girl twins and a 12-year old yellow lab named Molly.
Beginning in November, the College of Science will position articulation specialist/advisor
Ana Botero on the Florida Atlantic Davie campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays.
In Spring 2020, Ana will be available full-time on the Davie campus.