health professions STUDENT SOCIETIES

Students receive support from not only their faculty advisors, but also from their peers. These student groups help students learn more about the application process, conduct workshops as they apply, and host experts in health-related fields as well as practicing alumni.


Brownback-Anders Pre-Medical Society

The purpose of the Brownback-Anders Pre-Health Society (BAPS) is to provide guidance, assistance, information, and a peer mentoring for any student interested in pursuing graduate study in the health sciences i.e. medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, physician assistant, pharmacy, etc. The organization is open to any student interested in pursuing graduate programs in the health sciences and generally meets 1-2 times per month.

History

Founded in 1929 and originally Ursinus College’s first Biology Club, BAPS grew into the pre-health society that it is today with the guidance of Dr. James M. Anders and Dr. J. Harold Brownback.

Contact

Brownback-Anders Pre-Medical Society Email

Advisers

Carla Rinde, Director of Career and Professional Development
Dr. Ellen Dawley, Professor of Biology and Pre-Medical Advisor

Dr. Dawley's Research  

Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students

The purpose of the UC MAPS Chapter would be to provide students (with an emphasis on those underrepresented) with knowledge, skills, and experiences that are both prerequisite and in connection with professional participation in health care fields. Also to improve minority matriculation into all professional health related programs, with an emphasis on medicine. Membership will be open to all interested persons officially connected with the college as enrolled undergraduate students. Membership will also be open to others besides those listed above, such as faulty or alumni.

Contact

Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students

Advisor

Carlita Favero