Over 70 students in the Huntington High School STEM Academy-Health Sciences program of study (Therapeutic Services, HSTA, and Personal Fitness and Wellness) attended the 2019 Southern and Central Joint Regional Conference of the National Association of Medical Minority Educators on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 at Marshall University.
The conference was hosted by Marshall University School of Medicine and Pharmacy. The guest speaker was Rashad Sullivan, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. He spoke on "Understanding Your Impact Factor: Influences on Minority Students in Health Professions Programs". He involved the students in his presentation. It was AWESOME!
Students were given the chance to talk to over
15 representatives from colleges around the nation.
For more information about Huntington High School's Academies, contact Deborah Chapman, Academy Coordinator at [email protected] or (304) 528-6441.