Natural and Physical Sciences
There are certain qualities that define a Cutler Fellow: intelligence, drive, discipline and curiosity, to name a few.
For 2014 Cutler Fellow, Megahn Piper, one could add altruism to the list.
Sure, she could have selected a project that would enhance critical skills crucial for her future success; in fact, she contemplated just that. But when it came
down to the ninth hour, she simply wanted to leave her legacy at Olivet College. Click here to read Megahn's story.
Next Stop: Pharmacy School
Jeff Holm, a 2014 graduate who majored in biology with a pre-med concentration and biochemistry minor, had a life-changing decision to make this spring.
Would he attend pharmacy school at the University of Michigan or Ferris State University?
That’s right: he was accepted into both programs. “I can’t explain the excitement I felt,” said Holm.
Last summer, Stephanie Lamb completed an internship with the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in Colorado. This fall, she plans to conduct a habitat assessment of the Lansing Ricer Walk as part of her prestigious Cutler Fellowship.
To learn more about Stephanie and her future ambitions, click here.
About the Natural and Physical Sciences Department
You love science and are interested in a career in the discipline, but which path is right for you? On the very first day you step on campus, our faculty will help you explore your options – from medicine to the environment, and dentistry to teaching. Our professors are passionate about the work they do. They’ll strive to challenge you, and more importantly, they’ll help you do whatever it takes to be successful.
As a student at Olivet College, you can explore your field of study through independent research opportunities. This allows you to gain hands-on lab experience, work with our outstanding faculty and present – even publish – work before you graduate.
Our science majors take courses ranging from chemistry, biology to physics, but you’ll also learn strong writing and critical thinking skills. Combined, our program sets you up for career success and the development of strong life skills.
"The love is real. Olivet faculty will help you graduate as long as you are willing to help yourself first. Olivet is small, which means small classes and more opportunities to meet one-on-one with faculty. You aren’t just a number."