LCCC Clinical Laboratory Science Technology Students Shine at Competition

{mosimage}A team of Lorain County Community College Clinical Laboratory Science Technology students placed second in the state in the annual Student Academic Challenge Bowl held at the state meeting of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Ohio Chapter on April 30. 

The team competed against other programs from universities, community colleges and post-graduate hospital programs across the state.

The team consisted of Shanta Nelson, Wendy Osborn, Megan Roth, Michelle Hall and Julie Kitzler. 

They held their own through three rounds of competition all the way to the end, losing only in the final round. This demonstrates the excellent quality of the CLS program in preparing graduates to work in hospital laboratories.

LCCC Clinical Laboratory Science Technology Students Shine at Competition

{mosimage}A team of Lorain County Community College Clinical Laboratory Science Technology students placed second in the state in the annual Student Academic Challenge Bowl held at the state meeting of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Ohio Chapter on April 30. 

The team competed against other programs from universities, community colleges and post-graduate hospital programs across the state.

The team consisted of Shanta Nelson, Wendy Osborn, Megan Roth, Michelle Hall and Julie Kitzler. 

They held their own through three rounds of competition all the way to the end, losing only in the final round. This demonstrates the excellent quality of the CLS program in preparing graduates to work in hospital laboratories.

LCCC Clinical Laboratory Science Technology Students Shine at Competition

{mosimage}A team of Lorain County Community College Clinical Laboratory Science Technology students placed second in the state in the annual Student Academic Challenge Bowl held at the state meeting of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Ohio Chapter on April 30. 

The team competed against other programs from universities, community colleges and post-graduate hospital programs across the state.

The team consisted of Shanta Nelson, Wendy Osborn, Megan Roth, Michelle Hall and Julie Kitzler. 

They held their own through three rounds of competition all the way to the end, losing only in the final round. This demonstrates the excellent quality of the CLS program in preparing graduates to work in hospital laboratories.

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