High school students from across the state spent the week on the University of Delaware campus at UD’s inaugural Health Sciences Summer Camp. The six-day, college immersion camp provided a deep exploration into health sciences majors and careers.
The camp was organized by UD’s Debbie Allen, Regina Wright, Alyssa Benjamin and Dante LaPenta, who set up sessions with departments and centers within the College of Health Sciences (CHS), as well as meetings with Career Services and Admissions. The students also visited Christiana Care to tour the hospital and for an in-person meet-and-greet with health professionals. Read the full article on UDaily.
Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences’ chair Esther Biswas-Fiss meets with Seaford High School’s Ken Cannon.
Jordan Carr of St. George’s Technical High School performs an experiment with the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences.
Jody Mayo of Mount Pleasant High School receives her Health Sciences Summer Camp certificate from Associate Dean for Diversity Regina Wright (left) and Dean Kathleen Matt (right).
Elijah Jones of The Tatnall School tries out the harness system in the Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic.
Elijah Jones of The Tatnall School tests his grip strength during a session with Kinesiology and Applied Physiology.
Jody Mayo of Mount Pleasant High School measures out her ingredients in the Spice Kitchen.
Paolo Pesce cooks a healthy dish in the Spice Kitchen in Willard Hall.
Greg Seymour explains the rehabilitation process in the Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic.
Brycen Anderson of The Tatnall School receives his Health Sciences Summer Camp certificate from Associate Dean for Diversity Regina Wright (left) and Dean Kathleen Matt (right).