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Community Forums - Physiology Majors Interest Group (P-MIG) - P-MIG hosts symposium at EB2015

The Physiology Majors Interest Group (P-MIG) is a consortium of undergraduate programs in Physiology. We aim to have an open dialogue among peer programs in Physiology about how to: 1) best serve our students in these programs with outstanding curricula and advising, and 2) share ideas and best practices among the faculty/advisors of the P-MIG. If you would like to contribute to the forums or to change your subscription, please log in to the left.

Welcome to P-MIG!!  We are hosting a symposium at EB2015 called What's Your Major? The Rise of the Undergraduate Physiology Degree" that covers the following topics:  

1. Undergraduate degrees in Physiology - Is this a rebirth of the field or something different?

2. The Physiology Curriculum - What should be in at the undergraduate level, and what should be out?

3.  What methods are used to teach large and small physiology courses?

4.  Physiology career advising - What will all those physiology graduates do?

This thread was posted on March 27, 2015 at 10:20 AM ET by Erica Wehrwein.
  |   2 Replies   |   Last on 5/17/2019 at 5:35 AM ET
Re: P-MIG hosts symposium at EB2015

Thanks for the symposium and looking forward to working with you all.

This was posted on April 4, 2015 at 12:03 PM ET by Judy Schotland.
Re: Re: P-MIG hosts symposium at EB2015

A while back I was interested in physiology. But then I read an article on Edu birdy psychology and it's importance. That was the day when I changed my mind and ever since I want to master in psychology.

This was posted on May 17, 2019 at 5:35 AM ET by Roberta Powlowski.