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2012 Grad Pursuing Medical-Mission Dream at Med School for International Health

Enrolled in the Medical School for International Health (MSIH) in Beer-Sheva, Israel, Bethany Johnson  is exactly where she wanted to be after graduating from Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) in 2012 with a degree in biology: well on her way to a career in medical missions. Johnson traces her interest in practicing medicine overseas all the wa ...More

Cadaver dissection gives EMU pre-med and biology students big advantages in medical school

EMU’s Cadaver Dissection Gives Pre-Med Students Big Advantage

After some preliminary classroom lectures and PowerPoints, it was time for Jason Hostetter ’07 and a handful of other upper-level EMU biology students to get down to business in a laboratory in the bottom floor of the science center. Studying human anatomy with colorful charts is one thing. Using a scalpel and an actual, recently living person is an entirely dif ...More

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Aspiring Doctors Boosted by New MA in Biomedicine

Building on the stellar reputation of its undergraduate pre-medical program and Eastern Mennonite University’s (EMU)  global emphasis, EMU will offer an MA in biomedicine beginning fall 2012. The program will prepare people from a variety of backgrounds for further graduate-level training in health-related fields. Upper-level courses in ...More

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EMU well-represented at Hershey Medical Center

Four Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) graduates are part of the fall class at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, giving the Pennsylvania campus an “EMU feel.” “We were surprised to find that EMU is one of the best represented schools in our class, excluding Penn State itself,” said Brianna Oelschlager, ’11. Oelschlager, Austin Baer ’06, Ben Ru ...More

EMU Maintains High Med School Acceptance Rate

By Heather Bowser, Daily News-Record All five of EMU’s pre-med students were accepted into medical school for fall 2007. The 100 percent acceptance rate, an EMU release says, is “rare for any school” especially because the national acceptance rate last year was 46 percent. Typically, EMU sends four to nine students each year to med school. The students a ...More