About Vision To Your Future
Vision to Your Future is an annual free event sponsored by the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and School of Plant Sciences to help high school juniors and seniors, community college students, and their instructors learn more about opportunities that the University of Arizona offers in the study of the biological sciences. 2015 Vision to Your Future To Your Future took place on Saturday, October 31, 2015 and included an open house event, as well as opportunites to meet current UA students and faculty.
Below is helpful information for those who have attended Vision To Your Future, as well as those who may be interested in learning more about UA:
- Click to learn more about the Department Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) and the School of Plant Sciences!
- Questions about MCB or Plant Sciences? Contact the MCB Advising Office or the School of Plant Sciences Advising Office.
- Learn more about the organizations that were at our open house: UA Admissions, UA Honors College, the Undergraduate Biology Research Program, and KEYS.
Getting Involved in Research
The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and School of Plant Sciences encourage high school and community college students to explore opportunites to get involved in research on the University of Arizona campus! High school students may obtain more information about the KEYS High School Summer Internship Program here, and MCB 101/102 here.
If you have questions regarding Vision To Your Future, please e-mail Jennifer Cubeta, Vision To Your Future Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.