The Pre-Health Society:
The Pre-Health Society is a club for all students who are interested in Health-Related Professions. Meeting notifications available through "The Citadel Biology Department" Facebook Page. "Like" the page to get meeting notices via your Facebook newsfeed. The club advisor is Dr. Kathy Zanin. More Pre-Health Information is published on the Pre-Health Information Page.
- Meet the Experts: Distinguished Citadel Alumni Return to speak with Pre-Health Cadets about Becoming Health Professionals. Saturday, September 27, 2014. 1:00 PM in Duckett Hall 101. Catered lunch provided.
- The next meeting of The Pre-Health Society will be Monday, September 29, at noon in Duckett 101. A representative from The osteopathic medical school of Campbell University will address the club. Annual club dues ($10) will also be collected at this meeting.
- Dental Day at MUSC will be October 31, 2014. More info to follow. Let Dr. Zanin know if you are interested. The Dental Day program is an annual fall event that exposes undergraduate pre-health advisors and their students to the College of Dental Medicine and dentistry as a career. Advisors and students spend a day on campus meeting faculty, students and staff while learning about admissions, financial aid and dental specialties.
- On November 3, the Pre-Health Society will host a presentation by Michael Hunter McKeever, MA; Student Services & Admissions Officer of Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, Tennessee - noon in Duckett 101
For Facebook updates about meetings, current events, and opportunities in the Biology Department, Like the Facebook page, "The Citadel Biology Department"
For more information about applying to graduate schools in health related fields, please see the Pre-Health Page and visit the bulletin board across from Bond 317.
In February 2014, The Pre-Health Society Hosted a panel of alumni who shared the "Secrets of their Success" with students at The Citadel.
On October 24, 2012 The Pre-Health Society and BioCid co-hosted a Low Country Shrimp Boil Fundraiser that raised $650 to support Wounded Nature (an organization that employs veterans to clean up beaches and increase environmental awareness). Students worked all day selling tickets, shopping, chopping, cooking, serving, and cleaning up; making the event a huge success.