Medical Laboratory Sciences will host an information session about its newest major, applied molecular biology and biotechnology (BAMBB), from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 in room 104 of Willard Hall Education Building.
College freshmen, sophomores and high school students can hear directly from faculty, staff and current students about how the hands-on major is preparing tomorrow’s workforce in the biotechnology field. Please register in advance.
“This program provides an up-to-date response to the challenge of entering this expanding field,” said MLS chairwoman Esther Biswas-Fiss. “This innovative program combines critical elements of science, technology and business to prepare graduates for a variety of jobs in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors.” Read more on UDaily.