To Margarita Lopez ’22, pursuing a career as a physician assistant is more than having a good job. It’s about paying it forward as a First Generation Initiative Scholar.
Next school year, chemistry students on the Winona Campus will be able to identify the composition of materials using a cutting-edge piece of equipment made possible by a recently awarded grant.
Senior Danielle Franke was able to uniquely blend her biology and Spanish majors through an eight-week summer internship in Spain last summer. At a medical clinic in Spain, she received an invaluable clinical experience before she prepares to apply to medical school. It also allowed her to have a fully immersive experience as the only staff person who was as native English speaker.
Don’t miss a showing of Ken Burns’ documentary, “The Mayo Clinic: Faith – Hope – Science” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, in Room 200 of the Science and Learning Center. The two-hour documentary film explores the clinic’s 150-year history and what it means to put the needs of the patient first.