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.
MUSC's College of Health Professions will have open info sessions on Friday, March 20th at 2pm; Friday, June 26th at 2pm; and on Thursday, July 16th at 5pm. Informations will be about all programs in Anesthesia for Nurses (CRNA), Cardiovascular Perfusion, Health Administration, Health Informatics, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies. Learn more and register here: http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/chp/prospective-students/index.htm
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 October 2014 The Pre-Health Society established "Cadets for a Cure." We worked to raise cancer awareness and to raise funds for Patient Support Services at Hollings Cancer Center through ribbon and wrist band sales. Cadet Matt Scalise was the founder of this campaign. We raised more than $1,000. A check was presented to Kiki Cooper of MUSC's Giving Office on Dec. 5, 2014.
In September 2014, a panel of distinguished alumni hosted "Meet the Experts" where students learned about various medical and dental specialties.
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.