Jonathan Zung, PhD, knows what it takes to grow professionally. He began his career as an analytical chemist with Pfizer in 1991 and over the last twenty-five years has held a variety of executive leadership positions in the pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical services industries. Each of his roles has exposed Jonathan to new challenges and allowed him to operate outside his comfort zone. Jonathan currently serves as advisor to the CEO of WCG clinical and president of one of their operating divisions. Prior to that he served as group president for clinical development and commercialization services for Covance Drug Development, a LabCorp company. In that role he led a global organization of over 8,000 employees in sixty countries spanning all phases of clinical development and market access services.
Sophomore: The University of Chicago has an incredibly welcoming and yet challenging atmosphere that is unlike any other. The Core Curriculum introduces truly applicable frameworks for critical thinking that can the applied in a diverse curriculum. At UChicago you can attend your Physics lecture in the morning, work on your film project until you participate in a religious discussion in the afternoon and rehearse with your traditional African music group in the evening. In spite of the lack of affordability, UChicago does offer various ways of financing, including generous financial aid and merit-based scholarships. However, Uchicago is not need bling to international applicants, which is likely to discourage low-income international students to apply.
Freshman: From amazing academics to contagious school spirit, I have loved my first year at Michigan. The universe exceeded all of my expectations. Everyone student is motivated to do their best. This is not only in a classroom setting, but it is in every aspect of their lives. I am pushed by all my peers to try my hardest. Although a large school, the administration truly cares about every student, and there are countless numbers of resources available to help with anything one may need. The social aspect of school is amazing. There are so many different types of people, clubs, and parties, so everyone can find something they like. GO BLUE!
Eight players from Alabama high schools and colleges are on the rosters of the Browns and Jets. — Mark Inabinett | Minabinett@al.com, al, "Browns post Monday night victory over Jets," 17 Sep. 2019 Few, if any, American high school or college students ever learn about the duo. — Hannah Natanson, Anchorage Daily News, "They were once America’s cruelest, richest slave traders. Why does no one know their names?," 17 Sep. 2019 Over the years, Bello became a farmworker himself, leaving early in the morning to pick vegetables and fruit, while still studying in high school and college, Reyes, his mother, said. — Los Angeles Times, "An immigrant poet and activist faced deportation by ICE. Then two NFL players bailed him out," 16 Sep. 2019 The New Yorker reported that high school and college classmates attempting to contact the FBI to corroborate Ford and Ramirez’s accounts received no response. — Michelle Ruiz, Vogue, "The New Brett Kavanaugh Revelations Prove the Original FBI Investigation Was a Sham," 16 Sep. 2019 Oregon State and Cal Poly did its part to move college football along last Saturday when the teams played their game at Reser Stadium in two hours and 44 minutes. — oregonlive, "Oregon State’s 2-hour, 44-minute game against Cal Poly is the program’s quickest since 1995," 16 Sep. 2019 Binge drinking has become normalized among American high school and college students to an extent that would shock many parents. — Christina Capatides, CBS News, "American kids with money and privilege are more likely to binge drink," 15 Sep. 2019 Other highlights from college football's Week 3: Eastern Michigan loves the Big Ten! — Jace Evans, USA TODAY, "Beat a Big Ten team *and* get $1,000,000? Yep, that happened," 15 Sep. 2019 Worked through high school and college as an ice cream maker and an ice skating instructor. — Chuck Barney, The Mercury News, "Bay Area anchor Dan Ashley endures in an era of great change," 13 Sep. 2019