The Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity (OCED) at KUMC School of Medicine is happy to announce that applications for Pre-Med Summer Programs are now open.
The programs available are:
Health Science Enrichment Institute I - A six-week summer residency program at KU Lawrence for incoming college Freshmen at any institution that offers instruction in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and English. More information can be found here.
Health Science Enrichment Institute II - A six-week summer residency program at KU Lawrence for college Freshmen & Sophomores that teaches Organic Chemistry, Physics, Calculus and Statistics, as well as critical thinking. More information can be found here .
Pre-Admissions Program - A six-week summer residency program at KU Lawrence for college Juniors & Seniors that provides KAPLAN preparation for the MCAT. Students will also receive assistance in preparing the AMCAS application and additional information about the medical school admissions process. More information can be found here.
A flyer for each program is attached for your convenience to copy and distribute to your students.
The programs will provide a generous stipend and will cover room and board and classes.
For additional information about the programs and the Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity, visit our website here.
The deadline to apply is for all programs.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any additional questions.
Maria Alonso Luaces
Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity
The University of Kansas Medical Center
School of Medicine
G028 Murphy, MS 4007
3901 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66160
The Academy has been selected for induction into the Mid-America Education Hall of Fame at the 19th annual induction ceremony to be held on .
Dr. Ed Kremer submitted your name and Academy was selected from a field of highly qualified organizations. Ed documented the commitment to education, history of working to improve the quality of life in the community, efforts to increase educational opportunities for others, and work to make changes that have improved the quality of education.
The Mid-America Education Hall of Fame was established in 1996 by the KCK Community College Endowment Association. Its purpose is to identify and recognize individuals, organizations, and corporate supporters notable for their contributions to education and to provide well deserved recognition to the honorees as well as to education and its impact on our lives.
Your 2015 fellow inductees are Hannah Loftus, Mila K. Banks, Dr. Cindy Lane, Dr. Shirley Wendel, Carol Levers, and the Learning Club of KCK. Past inductees include Crosby Kemper III, Carol Marinovich, John “Buck” O’Neil, Capitol Federal, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City, and, J.E. Dunn Construction.
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