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Health Science Experience Night set for October 18 in Meridian and November 9 in Pocatello


High school and college students from around the state are invited to Idaho State University’s Pocatello and Meridian campuses to learn about dozens of health professions programs, tour the campus, and get a flu shot at Health Science Experience Night. The event will be Tuesday, Oct. 18, 5-7:30 p.m. in Meridian and in Pocatello, Health Science Experience Night will be Thursday, Nov. 9, 4-8 p.m.

Health Science Experience Night events are hosted by the Office of Admissions and the Kasiska Division of Health Sciences. All health related programs at ISU are invited to participate. Visit https://forms.gle/uE6RKMpaeY37Vfxu5 to register.

“Health Science Experience Night is a wonderful opportunity for Idaho students to see the many health professions that ISU has to offer.  They experience firsthand what professionals do in the field each day,” said ISU-Meridian Enrollment Services Director Ali Crane. 

At both events,  attendees can visit with ISU faculty and students from Meridian and Pocatello, participate in interactive demonstrations, and tour classrooms, simulation labs, and the state-of-the art Anatomy and Physiology Laboratories, equipped with 3D and virtual technology.

Students and their parents can engage with academic program representatives from nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, speech-language pathology, counseling, medical laboratory science, homeland security and emergency management, respiratory therapy, and many more experts from Idaho's leader in health sciences education.  

The Meridian event will be held inside the Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center at ISU- Meridian, 1311 E. Central Drive. 

The Pocatello event will be held in the Pond Student Union Building ballroom, 921 S. 8th Avenue, with building tours also available.  

Both events are free and all students are eligible for door prizes, ISU gear and promotional items.

 


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