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ONLINE SCIENCE COURSES PREPARED HER FOR GRADUATE STUDY AT TUFTS
The field of biological sciences is constantly evolving, what with new discoveries, research and novel techniques inundating a scientist on a daily basis. Staying on top of this plethora of information is part-and-parcel for those in the medical profession to create a healthier tomorrow. Such is the case for Cornell University alumna Kristen Fortnam–who graduated with a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with a focus on microbiology. Currently a microbiology research technician at MIT, Fortnam has her eye on graduate study.
Despite this previous professional experience, she had identified gaps in her medical knowledge to be a competitive applicant. And so Fortnam enrolled in online science courses to "keep me up-to-date in the field, challenge me academically and fill any potential holes in my undergraduate studies."Read more of her story.
SCIENCE COURSES COME TO LIFE IN ONLINE ENVIRONMENT
Kashif Ahmad is no stranger to teaching science courses. An instructor for UC Berkeley Extension for the past three years and at Northwestern Health Sciences University for the past eight, Ahmad has seen the online learning environment not only become more and more accepted as a means to teach anatomy and physiology to a global classroom, but also as a platform to implement new technologies to help students better understand the complex nature of his subjects.
"I thought that being an M.D. who taught pre-professional-level classes would be a great opportunity to do more critical thinking with my students online," Ahmad says. "It's flexible and new technologies allow me to better interact with my students. I can send voice notes, a media comment—this is the future."
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