November 7, 2014 8:00 am - 12:30 p.m.
A program designed to provide area high school and college students with information on careers in the physical sciences will be held on the Southeastern campus Friday, Nov. 7.
Career Paths in the Physical Sciences (CaPPS) is a free, full-day program that will feature several panel discussions by professionals from industry and government in physical science occupations, science professors and teachers from area institutions, an overview on preparing for graduate school, and a discussion by graduate students on their preparation and experiences.
Sponsored by the Southeastern Department of Chemistry and Physics and funded by the university's Student Government Association, the free program will be held in the University Center.
Registration and breakfast begin at 8 a.m. The program will include lunch time exhibits with booths from area universities, businesses and student science organizations.
Debra Dolliver, associate professor of chemistry, said the program is intended primarily for college students interested in scientific careers, high school counselors and scientifically-inclined high school students.
For more information contact the Department of Chemistry and Physics at 549-2160 or e-mail Dolliver at
Area of Interest
High School Freshman
High School Sophomore
High School Junior
High School Senior
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