Edison student attends Biology Career Exploration Camp

Misericordia University hosted the Biology Career Exploration Camp in June, offering rising high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to investigate molecular and cell biology, study anatomy and physiology, and gain a better understanding of aquatic and terrestrial ecology.  Participating in the camp are Alana Start, seated from left, Abbey Sutzko, Christopher Talluto and Abbey Sorensen. Pictured in the second row are Sophia Sebo, Anjali Desai of Edison and Stephanie Zych. Pictured in the third row are Larry D. Corpus, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, and Misericordia University student assistants Sarah Reeder and Kyle Kenney. PHOTO COURTESY OF MISERICORDIA UNIVERSITY
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Misericordia University hosted the Biology Career Exploration Camp in June, offering rising high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to investigate molecular and cell biology, study anatomy and physiology, and gain a better understanding of aquatic and terrestrial ecology.  Participating in the camp are Alana Start, seated from left, Abbey Sutzko, Christopher Talluto and Abbey Sorensen. Pictured in the second row are Sophia Sebo, Anjali Desai of Edison and Stephanie Zych. Pictured in the third row are Larry D. Corpus, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, and Misericordia University student assistants Sarah Reeder and Kyle Kenney. PHOTO COURTESY OF MISERICORDIA UNIVERSITY

Misericordia University sponsored the Biology Career Exploration Camp in June, offering rising high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to investigate molecular and cell biology, study anatomy and physiology, and gain a better understanding of aquatic and terrestrial ecology.  Participating in the camp are Alana Start, seated from left, Abbey Sutzko, Christopher Talluto and Abbey Sorensen. Pictured in the second row are Sophia Sebo, Anjali Desai of Edison and Stephanie Zych. Pictured in the third row are Larry D. Corpus, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, and Misericordia University student assistants Sarah Reeder and Kyle Kenney.