The College of Health Sciences is making a short trip for a long-term stay at Newark High School (NHS). The relationship becomes official next school year when the college will teach dual-credit classes and a host of undergraduates will mentor high school students.
In the fall, qualifying NHS students can take “Introduction to Health Sciences” with Kathleen Matt, dean of the College of Health Sciences. During the spring semester, Esther Biswas-Fiss, chairperson of Medical Laboratory Sciences, will teach “Introduction to Medical Laboratory Sciences.” The classes are integrated into the students’ regular schedule, and both courses count for high school and University credit. Read the full article.