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High school students explore chemistry and biochemistry at Misericordia University’s annual Career Exploration Camp – The Dallas Post

Posted: June 28, 2017 at 3:43 pm

Misericordia University hosted a Chemistry-Biochemistry Sciences Career Exploration Camp in June. High school students participating in the camp are, from left, first row, Kyra Grzymski, Shavertown; Lainey Mentrikoski, Mountain Top; Laura Miller, White Haven; Tyler Mendoza, Wilkes-Barre; Cole Yantiss, Vienna, Va.; Charles Saladino, an associate professor; Beth Haas, an assistant professor; Darren Tomeo, Laflin; Erika Wintersteen, Dallas; Hunter Kline, Dallas and Catherine Falzone, Dallas.

DALLAS Misericordia Universitys Chemistry-Biochemistry Sciences Career Exploration Camp gave high school juniors and seniors a chance to explore careers in cosmetic and food chemistry, alternative energy, the pharmaceutical industries.

Students created nylon fibers, extracted essential oils from orange peels, designed and created batteries, made hand lotion, along with other exciting projects and experiments during the three-day residential camp.

Misericordia University also offered camps in biology, communications and media, literature, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology.

The camp programs provide high school students with an opportunity to explore career fields, experience on campus residential life and interact with faculty and current college students.

For more information about the 2017 Chemistry-Biochemistry Sciences Career Exploration Camp, call Anna Fedor, the assistant professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, at 570-674-6769 or at [email protected].

Misericordia University hosted a Chemistry-Biochemistry Sciences Career Exploration Camp in June. High school students participating in the camp are, from left, first row, Kyra Grzymski, Shavertown; Lainey Mentrikoski, Mountain Top; Laura Miller, White Haven; Tyler Mendoza, Wilkes-Barre; Cole Yantiss, Vienna, Va.; Charles Saladino, an associate professor; Beth Haas, an assistant professor; Darren Tomeo, Laflin; Erika Wintersteen, Dallas; Hunter Kline, Dallas and Catherine Falzone, Dallas.

http://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_FOR-PUBLICATION-Chemistry-Biochem.jpgMisericordia University hosted a Chemistry-Biochemistry Sciences Career Exploration Camp in June. High school students participating in the camp are, from left, first row, Kyra Grzymski, Shavertown; Lainey Mentrikoski, Mountain Top; Laura Miller, White Haven; Tyler Mendoza, Wilkes-Barre; Cole Yantiss, Vienna, Va.; Charles Saladino, an associate professor; Beth Haas, an assistant professor; Darren Tomeo, Laflin; Erika Wintersteen, Dallas; Hunter Kline, Dallas and Catherine Falzone, Dallas.

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