For Individual Students

The enrichment initiatives, presented after-school, are

Leadership Lessons. These interactive sessions will focus on skills and character traits which are important to develop when seeking a biomedical profession. These will be offered on Tuesday Afternoons from 5-6pm via Zoom. For meeting ID and passcode, please email Dr. Chapa. chapai@uthscsa.edu

Leadership LessonDate
Lesson 1- Qualities of a Good LeaderJan. 12
Lesson 2- Time ManagementFeb. 9
Lesson 3- Importance of NetworkingMar. 2
Lesson 4- Professional EtiquetteApril 13
Lesson 5-Self EsteemMay 11
Lesson 6-Developing PersistenceMay 25

Scholar Insights. These are informational sessions where current Voelcker Biomedical Academy Scholars provide a presentation regarding the research in their respective mentor’s labs and share insights with their peers about research endeavors while in high school.  This is great opportunity for interested students to hear about how to successfully pursue research endeavors, especially if they are considering a career in health career themselves. These are not Academy information or recruiting sessions, but rather conversations about some of the research happening at UTHSA. These sessions will occur on Thursday afternoons from 5-6pm via Zoom. For meeting ID and passcode, please email Dr. Chapa. chapai@uthscsa.edu

Voelcker Biomedical Scholar Insights on Research Endeavors in High School Date
Cellular Mechanisms of Breast CancerJan. 21
Aging and the ThymusFeb. 18
Neurodegenerative DiseasesMar. 18
Insight on college application and successApril 22

 

Make Up Your Mind Online Curriculum

UT Health Medical Students put together this handout for perspective students, like you,  to be able to explore the amazing world of Neuroscience. Please visit the link below to see how amazing the brain and mind really are!!! Additionally, the students gathered an inter-professional panel  to discuss  their various healthcare career plans, including pros and cons, and  give an example of how each would work in caring for a patient who has suffered a stroke. It is all great “food for thought” as you discover what your own career calling is!

Make Up Your Mind Online Curriculum