Ohio University Eastern announces STEM Night
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — High school juniors and seniors and their families are invited to attend STEM (science, technology, engineering, math and medicine) Night at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Ohio University’s Eastern Campus.
Those in attendance will learn about the importance of a STEM career, receive a brief overview of what degree programs students can begin/complete at the Eastern Campus, and the career fields associated with these programs. Financial aid and scholarship information will be also be presented.
Interested students will also have the opportunity to visit the anatomy lab and learn more about which degrees can lead to a career as a nurse, physical or occupational therapist, physician assistant, engineer and more. In addition, a representative from the Russ College of Engineering will be on campus to discuss program options at the Athens Campus.
To sign up online, visit www.ohio.edu/eastern and click the “Stem Night” button or call 740-699-2536.
“I encourage all students who are interested in pursuing a career in a STEM field to join us on November 7 at Ohio University’s Eastern Campus,” said Lisa Jeffries, recruitment coordinator. “A high quality education from a nationally recognized university is available at your doorstep for a very low cost.”
Ohio University Eastern is located off Interstate 70, exit 213, just west of the Ohio Valley Mall in St. Clairsville.