Biological and Physical Sciences- Beyond the classroom

Here is some information on recent graduates.

CampbellSuzanne Campbell, a 2012 graduate with a BS degree in Chemistry is pursuing her Ph.D. in Chemistry at Emory University in Atlanta. Suzanne was awarded a GAANN (Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need) Fellowship which is funded by the Department of Education.

The Department of Chemistry at Emory University awards several GAANN fellowships each year for students who are US Citizens or permanent residents with outstanding academic records, and a commitment to a career in teaching or research. Fellows receive a stipend of $30,000 (or up to demonstrated financial need) for one year and are expected to serve as a TA, complete a small enhancement project associated with their teaching assistantship (for instance, prepare some course materials or deliver part of a lecture), and commit to enrolling in two semesters of a 2 hour/week science pedagogy course plus a mentoring works

JohnsonAllison Johnson, a 2012 graduate with a BS degree in Biology is pursuing a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. MUSC’s Occupational Therapy Program is the only graduate entry-level program in South Carolina and is very selective, accepting approximately 40 students a year.

Stacey Kranendonk, a 2010 graduate with a BS degree in chemistry is enrolled in the University of South Florida’s Master of Science pre-professional program in Medical Sciences.