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Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Advisors

Role of the Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions Advisor
The Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions Advisor will help you in a number of ways as you prepare for application to professional school. In your first two years at the University of Mount Union, the advisor will inform you of the opportunities and requirements of specific health professions. As a first year or sophomore student, you should give the advisor your contact information so that you can hear about pre-health professions programs being offered on the campus. This will also help the advisor contact you with information that will keep you on track to be a successful professional school applicant.

In the junior and senior year, the advisor will meet with you personally to help you through the specific application processes you are undertaking. With the help of the Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions Committee, the faculty will offer recommendations for your application to graduate schools in the health professions.

Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions Advisor

Scott MasonDr. Scott S. Mason
Professor of Chemistry

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Mount Union
1972 Clark Avenue 
Alliance, OH  44601  (330) 823-2268
masonss@mountunion.edu

Dr. Mason is the Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions advisor at the University of Mount Union.  By teaching general and inorganic chemistry, he has the opportunity to meet many of the pre-medical and  pre-health professions advisees as an instructor.  He is a member of the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions.

Read Dr. Mason's pre-medicine and pre-health program overview message.

Pre-Medicine and Pre-Health Professions Committee

BagleyMorgan Bagley
Athletic Trainer, HPSB, Director of Athletic Training Education
Human Performance & Sport Business
MAAC 2320
(330) 829-8962

Betsy EkeyBetsy Ekey
Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
Physician Assistant Studies Program
BRACY 148
(330) 829-8954

Robert EkeyRobert Ekey, Jr.
Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy, Department Chair, Physics and Astronomy
Physics & Astronomy Department
BRACY 111
(330) 823-3657

Debra Boyd-KimballDebra Boyd-Kimball
Associate Professor, Chemistry, Director, Honors Program
Chemistry and Biochemistry Dept., Honors Program
BRACY 340
(330) 823-3674

Spiro MSpiro Mavroidis
Assistant Professor, Biology
Biology Department
BRACY 209
(330) 823-3649

MendelRonald Mendel
Associate Professor, Human Performance & Sport Business
Human Performance & Sport Business
MAAC 2350
(330) 823-4765

Kim RisleyKim Risley
Associate Professor, Biology, Department Chair, Biology
Biology Department
BRACY 314
(330) 823-3656

 

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