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Calling all parents of budding scientists

Published or Revised January 17, 2017

Parents of scientifically-inclined young people should make plans to attend a presentation by the School of Health Professions at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Sept. 29. Speaking will be Dr. Brandy Greenhill, DrPH, MS, MLS, (ASCP), Associate Professor and Program Director - Clinical Laboratory Science. 

Through an articulation agreement, students who successfully complete PJC’s laboratory sciences program have guaranteed entry into the School of Health Professions - the very small, very competitive scientific programs at the UT-MD Anderson Cancer Center. Saving tens of thousands of dollars is also an advantage. PJC offers very affordable higher education for a student’s first two years.

The articulation programs include:


The program is expected to last about an hour, and the types of classes needed and expectations of students, as well as more details about the program, will be included. It begins at 12:15 p.m. on Sept. 29 in the Math & Science Building, Room 207, at Paris Junior College, 2400 Clarksville Street, Paris. RSVPs are requested by Sept. 27 to Dr. Jack Brown, PJC Science Division Chair, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 903-782-0319.

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