Seton Hill College to Hold Women in Science Day
April 9, 2001
GREENSBURG, PA- Seton Hill College will hold its thirteenth Women in Science Day on Wednesday, April 11, 2001. The event honors female high school juniors, from regional high schools who have been nominated by their teachers as students who excel in mathematics, biology and/ or chemistry. The student nominees, their parents and nominating teachers are invited to the event. The day begins with a keynote address by Susan Churma, a 1983 Seton Hill alumna. Churma is a research dietician for the Section of Thoracic Surgery, UPMC Health System in Pittsburgh. The students and their guests also participate in hands-on activities in the college biology, chemistry, physician assistant, dietetics, molecular modeling and computer labs. The day concludes with an awards luncheon. This annual event affirms young women in their pursuit in mathematics and science. For more information, please contact Sr. Susan Yochum, associate professor of chemistry, chair of the division of mathematics, science and computer technology and advisor for the Chemistry Club, at 724-830-1044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.