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STEM Day is specifically designed for students in these intended departments. This day is constructed in a way that maximizes interaction with Geneva’s faculty, students and facilities. Attending this day provides hands on knowledge of what it is like to major in math, biology, physics, computer science, chemistry or engineering at Geneva.
Invited majors include math (with concentrations in applied math and math education), chemistry (with concentrations in chemical engineering, biochemistry and chemistry education), computer science (with concentrations in web technology, information systems, hardware, and science/math programming), engineering (with concentrations in chemical, civil, mechanical, computer, electrical, and interdisciplinary), physics (with concentrations in physics and physics education), and biology (with concentrations in environmental biology, cell and molecular biology, human biology, pre-med, pre-veterinary, pre-physical therapy, pre-physician’s assistant, environmental science, pre-nursing, medical technology and biology education).
What will you do on STEM Day?
Geneva's Communication Disorders students have attended graduate programs all over the U.S., at schools such as the University of Iowa, California State University - Fullerton, Gallaudet University and University of Pittsburgh.