What is the Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program?
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Dr. Anil Menon, and Director of Student Success, Dr. Shawn Adkins, describe what the Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program is all about.
Experiential Learning Through Community Service
Dr. David Askew, Director of Community Service Experiences and Fran Larkin, Director of Community Engagement, are joined by two Medical Sciences students to discuss the goals and outcomes of the community service component of the program.
Service Learning Perspectives: On Location
We visited two of our Medical Sciences students at their respective service learning sites to learn more about what inspires them to do community service. Service learning is an important component of the program.
Experiential Learning Through Laboratory Research
This video showcases student perspectives of the Biomedical Sciences Lab Techniques course in the Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and how it develops future researchers.
Bearcat Mentors places UC medical school students with students in UC's undergraduate medical sciences program. Here, mentor Katie, along with her mentee Dami, explain the features of this unique and advantageous relationship.
Perspectives on Research
Three of our students, Andrei Savu, Layole Adedeji, and Andrea Ori, share their perspectives on research opportunities in the program.
Why UC Medical Sciences?
Student perspectives highlight why our program is so unique. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Dr. Anil Menon, explains how our program fosters growth and student development.