Marcella Anthony

Fri Feb 23: Unveiling Exclusive Programs for Community College Pre-Med & Pre-STEM Students at Stanford University & School of Medicine

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Marcella Anthony, MPA
Assistant Director, Community Outreach, Recruitment and Engagement
Stanford Office of Diversity in Medical Education (ODME)
Program Director, Leadership Education for Aspiring Physicians (LEAP)
Program Director, Stanford Summer Community College Premedical Program (SSCCPP)
Co-Director, Stanford Summer Community College Research Program (SSCCRP)
Stanford University School of Medicine
Friday, February 23, 2024, 
5pm-6:30pm PST

Workshop Description:
“Unveiling Exclusive Programs for Community College Pre-Med & Pre-STEM Students at Stanford University & School of Medicine” is a must-attend workshop for community college and university students who are charting a course in Pre-Med and Pre-STEM fields. If you’re curious about summer or research programs, seeking guidance on competitive application strategies, or wondering what Stanford University looks for in its applicants, this workshop is designed for you.
Hosted by Ms. Marcella Anthony, MPA, Assistant Director of Community Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement at Stanford’s Office of Diversity in Medical Education (ODME), this session provides a comprehensive overview of the unique opportunities available at Stanford. As the Program Director for both the Leadership Education for Aspiring Physicians (LEAP) and the Stanford Summer Community College Premedical Program (SSCCPP), as well as the Co-Director of the Stanford Summer Community College Research Program (SSCCRP), Ms. Anthony brings invaluable insights into navigating these prestigious programs.
With a 20-year career in undergraduate student development and a 13-year tenure at Stanford Medicine, Marcella’s expertise is unparalleled. Her own journey from Philadelphia Community College to a leading role at Stanford School of Medicine is a source of inspiration. She is passionate about empowering students from socially disadvantaged backgrounds, driven by a commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI). As a doctoral student, her research on the sociocultural experiences of Black mothers caring for young adults with serious mental illness further reflects her dedication to addressing complex societal issues.
This workshop offers a unique chance to engage with and learn from a seasoned professional who understands the challenges and opportunities of navigating the path from community college to a career in STEM. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the possibilities that Stanford University offers and to gain valuable advice on making your medical and scientific aspirations a reality.

About the Speaker:
Marcella Anthony has a 20-year career in undergraduate student development from engineering student services and new student and family programs, including orientation, recruitment, and preadmission counseling. Her 13-year tenure at Stanford Medicine includes creating the Leadership Education for Aspiring Physicians program, managing summer programs for undergraduate students, and six years chairing an MD admissions sub-committee. Marcella’s own experience as a student of the Philadelphia Community College has strengthened her commitment to helping students from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. Her career fostering entry into the STEM professions is built on justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI). As a doctoral student, Marcella is exploring the sociocultural experiences of Black mothers who care for young adults living with serious mental illness. 

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Topic: Unveiling Exclusive Programs for Community College Pre-Med & Pre-STEM Students at Stanford University & School of Medicine
When: Friday, Feb 23, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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