Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Can a Multicellular Bacterium Prepare Students for Multiple Career Paths?
April 2, 2016; 10–10:30 am
How do I support students pursuing their own unique professional goals using my discipline as a backdrop? This, for me, is the defining question for mentorship at a liberal arts institution. Three students and I will consider how collaboration in one discipline, microbiology, can shape a variety of professional trajectories.
Presenters: Loralyn Cozy, Assistant Professor of Biology
Rachel Ende ’16, Biology major
Student Respondents: Megan Smeets ’17, Biology & Psychology double major
Christina Khouri ’16, Biology & Hispanic Studies double major
Illinois Wesleyan University
Biology | Higher Education
Cozy, Loralyn; Ende, Class of 2016, Rachel; Smeets, Class of 2017, Megan; and Khouri, Class of 2016, Christina, "Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Can a Multicellular Bacterium Prepare Students for Multiple Career Paths?" (2016). Inauguration of Eric R. Jensen. 15.
The presentation slides, text and students' responses are available here. A video is available at https://youtu.be/2oWvW3Eudts?list=PLiP9aNdnuG5V6X5QHlYT_Tzp1VdFioLfq