Summer 2016 Research
SEEP Program at Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University
Ibukun is an honors sophomore biology major with a pre-medical concentration. After graduation in 2018, Ibukun will pursue medical school training to become a coroner. Currently, in between classes and work, she volunteers at the Center for Black Women’s Wellness, spends time with family and friends (while discovering new places and adventures), and watches anime with her little sister.
This summer, Ibukun will take part in the Student Education Enrichment Program (SEEP) at MCG. “SEEP College is a seven week summer program with two levels: Intermediate College and Advanced College. Participants are assigned a level based on science prerequisite courses. Each track helps prepare students for a future career in the health sciences, with an emphasis on medicine, through an extensive academic program that includes courses in various biomedical sciences, hands on labs and clinical shadowing, networking opportunities and guest speakers. On campus housing and tuition are paid for by the August University Medical College of Georgia. Participants receive a stipend to assist with living expenses and books.” For more information on how to apply, please visit https://www.augusta.edu/mcg/students/seep.php.