Dynamic, Dedicated Pre-Health Professions Director Debuts
Michigan Tech’s College of Sciences and Arts (CSA) has hired Kemmy Taylor as the director of Pre-Health Professions. In her role, Taylor is responsible for advising and mentoring students and creating opportunities for shadowing, internships and professional school admissions. She began her duties on May 15.
Taylor most recently served as an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology (KIP), where she taught several different graduate and undergraduate courses, as well as designed and taught the inaugural Functional Anatomy course. Taylor also served as KIP's undergraduate internship coordinator, and she has been a clinician and co-owner of Superior Family Chiropractic in Chassell, MI, since 2002.
"I'm thrilled to be able to continue my career at Michigan Tech,” Taylor said. “Working directly with students over the past two years has been one of the most rewarding experiences. I am looking forward to using my experience as a clinician and practice owner in helping the next generation of healthcare practitioners embark on a fulfilling career.”
Needless to say, CSA is pleased to have Taylor leading the Pre-Health Professions program! Read more about Taylor in the Pre-Health Professions Blog.