Choosing to attend UW-Parkside has been one of the most rewarding decisions I have made. Parkside has provided me with an abundance of opportunities while preparing me for my future. Firstly, the education that I received from UW-Parkside is something that I think far exceeds that from a larger university. Due to the smaller class size, professors are able to explain things more in-depth and make time to meet with students individually outside of class. This ensured any question I had was not left unanswered, and I could understand the concepts I would need for the exam and in the future.
AssistSTEM MENTORING PROGRAM
The CNHS AssistSTEM mentoring program relaunched in the fall of 2019. The program is designed to provide academic support, advice, and guidance for the development CNHS students by more experienced CNHS students, and the program is reinforced in the motto "By Students, For Students".
The program successfully organized multi-departmental laboratory tours for roughly 40 students from Dr. Lewis's freshman seminar in bioscience and pre-health. The laboratory tours allowed to students to get an insight on what projects undergraduate students can perform in labs ranging from psychology to molecular biology. Mentors of the AssistSTEM reached out and mentored over 50 students in the fall of 2019. The program is also branching out to students at the high-school level. Mentors are actively working with local high schools to give short informative presentations in hopes to potentially mentor future Parkside Rangers.
Photo of Thomas Stirrat, Editor in Chief and Venu Rajyaguru, Executive Editor of the Parkside Journal of Science.
MAKING THE CONNECTION
We ask you to take out the time to read our feature article ‘Societal upheaval - the Coronavirus Pandemic”. This deadly virus has taken over the entire world with it being present in 203 countries and adjunct territories. This article aims to explain the origin of COVID-19 in straightforward terms.
We hope everyone is practicing social distancing, washing hands regularly, sanitizing surfaces and staying at home! The only way we can battle this virus is if we work together.
-Thomas and Venu
COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE
Emmanuel Otu, Ph.D.
Dean and Professor of Chemistry
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