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Science Clubs plan a panel discussion with professionals

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The Chemistry Bonding Club, Pre-Physician Assistant Club, and Future Pharmacists Club will hold a Health Care Professionals Panel Discussion Tuesday, March 12th from 4-5 pm in SSC3245.

Professional physicians, dental hygienists, nurses, dentists, chiropractors, physician assistants, and pharmacists will be there to discuss what their daily lives consist of, how their positions connect with other medical specialties, the skills needed for their occupations, and what they enjoy most about their careers. Students interested in a health care related career are encouraged to attend to take the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about these constantly evolving careers.

Many professionals that are going to be there have over 20 years experience in their fields.

“It will also be a great opportunity for students to clear up any of the misconceptions they have about a certain career,” commented Chemistry Bonding Club Advisor, Professor Lubna Haque.

“We will continue to do this every year if it is successful.”

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