College of Allied Health Professions

7 Keys to Making it to the Finish Line

By Charlie King | student in genetic counseling As I enter the final week of my first year as a Genetic Counseling student, I find myself reflecting on my past nine months at UNMC. The rollercoaster that is graduate school is an eventful ride. I have felt a macroarray (genetic counseling joke) of emotions. Emotions ranging from courageous, hopeful, and confident, to feeling isolated, powerless,… Continue Reading

Genetic Counseling Match Day

by Katie Tlusty, genetic counseling student A confetti cannon. A confetti cannon is what I think of somebody talks about Match Day. Faculty and staff from the UNMC Genetic Counseling Program, College of Allied Health Professionals, and Munroe-Meyer Institute shot off a confetti cannon on Match Day last year to celebrate the news of who would be in the first cohort of genetic counseling students… Continue Reading

New Room for Genetic Counseling Students

by Jessie Poskochil | First-Year Student, Genetic Counseling As we get back into the habit of early mornings, classmate collaboration, and increasing our productivity from winter break, a refreshing new classroom brings energy and excitement to our spring routine. This new space was designed for the Genetic Counseling Education Program to have a place to call home and part of a larger space plan to… Continue Reading