Rooted in STEM, Students & Communities Rise
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This week, Susan stepped out of the Athari lab and into the classroom. She had a fantastic time evaluating 24 biomedical students' knowledge, skills, and abilities. Not to worry, their Biomedical Technology Advisor, Jennifer Gardner, an excellent role model and mentor for these bright, budding minds was just outside the door overseeing the proctoring process.
"The positive energy and skill level that each student brought to their laboratory proficiency rotation using volumetric equipment: Serological Pipettes was stellar!" Susan said. "I am excited to watch them grow and see where they go. Many have committed to continue in the biomedical field and will head to VA Tech, UVA, Shenandoah, JMU, and Auburn for their first semester of undergrad in the fall."
We're glad to serve Academies of Loudoun in its NOCTI Skill-Based Performance Assessments, and are inspired and in awe of the next generation of scientists ready to cure what ails!