Re: One way to promote histotechnology

From:Lee & Peggy Wenk

What is the name of the text book? What company?
What age group?

Maybe we can get Histonetters to "promote" it at their
kid's schools.

Can you let the NSH Office know? They can contact
Rhonda Rogers, editor, NSH in Action newsletter to have
a blurb put in. And they can let Bobbie Smith know, head of
the NSH Education Resource Committee (the book people
at the NSH Symposium), so we can see it at the symposium.

Let's spread this great news!

Thanks a million, Tim!

Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)SLS
Schools of Histotechnology
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073

----- Original Message -----
From: "Morken, Tim" 
To: "'Histonet'" 
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 10:06 AM
Subject: One way to promote histotechnology

> Histonetters, Does anyone remember many months ago someone asking for
> volunteers to be the subject of a career sidebar for a high school biology
> text?
> Well, I managed to get picked for that and the book just came out. It is a
> biology book by Prentice Hall and now includes a sidebar highlighting
> histotechnology as a career in biology. There are only 7 career sidebars,
> and three are medical related. The other medical careers highlighted are
> forensic science and epidemiology. Considering that millions of high
> students will use this book, I think that's a coup for histotechnology!
> Tim Morken
> Atlanta

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