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Dr. Chevalier visits local high schools

Dr. Chevalier visits local high schools

by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | November 03, 2016
Last Edited: November 08, 2016 by Katelyn Moore
Dr. Chevalier visits local high schools

   Recently, East Georgia State College Interim Chair of Biology Dr. David Chevalier visited Swainsboro High School, as well as David Emanuel Academy and Emanuel County Institute, to recruit students to the EGSC Biology program.
   During his visits, Dr. Chevalier spoke about careers and opportunities that come from earning a bachelor’s degree in biology. EGSC has offered a bachelor of biology degree since 2012, and, in that time, the degree has prepared numerous students for admission to graduate school and professional programs, as well as entry into the workforce. Graduates of EGSC’s program have gone on to attend medical, pharmacy and graduate schools and obtained jobs such as teaching biology.
   Dr. Chevalier outlined the benefits of attending EGSC to earn a bachelor’s of biology degree, emphasizing the school’s affordability and small class size. There are also many research opportunities under the expertise of EGSC’s biology faculty. EGSC also offers numerous scholarships, including the Correll Scholars Program, and students also have the option of living on campus.
   For more information about EGSC’s bachelor of biology degree, visit http://www.ega.edu/programs/bachelor_of_science_in_biology.