Biomedical Engineering Society Hosts Event Highlighting Careers in Biomedical Science
Speakers Jan Bartlett and Rebekah Bennett will discuss the history of Bio-Tech Pharmacal and products manufactured by the company at 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Engineering Hall Room 209. They will also discuss their career experiences, provide students in attendance with their advice, and answer any questions students may have. The event will last approximately two hours.
Bio-Tech Pharmacal Inc. is a dietary supplement company based in Fayetteville. Bio-Tech specializes in vitamin D products, but also produces a variety of other supplements. More information regarding products can be found on the company website. Bio-Tech is a growing company and is currently looking to employ a diverse array of professionals, including sales and marketing specialists to promote products, engineers to optimize the manufacturing line, and scientists to conduct laboratory tests and research new product formulations.
This event/program is free to current University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, students as supported by the Associated Student Government through the Office of Student Activities and funded by the Student Activities Fee. For questions or accommodations due to disability, please contact the
Ethan Echols, president
Biomedical Engineering Society (RSO)
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