Minor in SOCIETY AND GENETICS enrollment grows!

Enrollment in the SOCIETY AND GENETICS minor program now tops 75 undergraduates.  This interdisciplinary minor program brings together students from many different academic disciplines – in the life sciences, humanities and social sciences – to learn about the science of modern genetics and discuss the public policy, legal, and ethical controversies and possibilities resulting from genetics research, medicine and technologies.  You’re welcome to visit with the Institute’s Student Affairs Officer, Rich Moushegian, at 1327 Rolfe Hall, to learn more about this minor.  Also, see the ACADEMICS section of this webpage for details about minor program courses.

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