“I am passionate about the field of genetic counseling because I want to use my knowledge to help my patients understand their diagnoses and provide them with the empathetic healthcare they deserve. I am a biology major, and dual minor in healthcare & medical humanities and chemistry.
by Morgan Faith '24
The fall semester is quickly approaching its end while students like me are preparing to work their butts off studying for exams and designing final projects.
Anybody else feeling panicked or stressed?
Evidence In Motion (EIM) proudly announces a groundbreaking partnership with Wilson College to launch graduate degree programs catering to the burgeoning demand in health care professions.
“Since age 11, I have been behind a lens, photographing sports. Working with athletes has always been a goal of mine and choosing sport management at Wilson College was just a natural progression for me.
“I am an animal studies major with a biology/psychology concentration. I am a psychology major as well. Animal studies has been a wonderful experience so far as I am learning about all types of animals including dogs, cats, small animals, horses, farm animals, wildlife animals, etc.
“I began college on a very different path, but the COVID-19 pandemic made me to realize that there was more I could do to serve others in my future career.
Wilson College faculty and staff were featured poetry readers at the First Friday Reading Series at Ragged Edge Coffeeshop in Gettysburg.
Wilson has received a $4,000 grant from the Thoroughbred Education and Research Foundation (TERF) for scholarships for students pursuing equine or animal-related majors.
Wilson College's online master of educational technology program was chosen as one of Forbe's best online educational technology master's degree.
One reason it was chosen was because Wilson's program is highly customizable.
Wilson College's Single Parent Scholar Program was included in an article by newamerica.org about providing housing for student parent scholars.