Preparing for a career in health professions requires careful planning and goes beyond academics. Kenyon’s pre-health advising network is ready to help at every step in the process, from planning coursework; to finding formative research, clinical, and character building opportunities; to navigating the application process.
John Hofferberth, Associate Professor of Chemistry (Chair)
Andrew Engell, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Samuel Mather 115
Sheryl Hemkin, Associate Professor of Chemistry
Tomsich Hall 106
Harry Itagaki, Professor of Biology
Higley Hall 107
Kerry Rouhier, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Tomsich Hall 212
Sarah Petersen, Ashby Denoon Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
Samuel Mather 118
Wade Powell, Professor of Biology
Fischman Wing 202
Maureen Tobin, Senior Associate Director, Career Development Office
Career Development Office
Knox County Medical Experiences Designed by Students (KC-Meds)
KC-Meds enables premed students to interact with a network of local physicians, including job shadowing opportunities. KC-Meds also sponsors field trips, networking sessions with recent alums who are currently in med school, visiting speakers and social events.
Kenyon Career Network (KCN)
The KCN is designed to assist students and graduates in making connections with Kenyon alumni provided information about their careers, for instance in the health care field.