The Department of Bioethics will host an Integrated Graduate Studies Lunch and Learn Friday, Jan. 27, from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Wolstein Research Building, Room 1203.
The Bioethics Integrated Graduate Studies program aims to help students increase their chances of getting into graduate or professional school, add value to their professional career and have the experience of spending 80 hours a semester in the clinical setting at University Hospitals, MetroHealth, Hospice of the Western Reserve, the VA and Cleveland Clinic.
Through the program, students can earn their master’s in bioethics during their senior year.
The application deadline for the program is March. 1.