Our students and alumni do some extraordinary things, and we're very proud of the work they do in and out of school. That's why we spotlight one person to show the great things they are doing. Keep checking back periodically to see who makes our next spotlight.

  • Paige Hornsby has only been with the Carolinas College of Health Sciences Histotechnology program for seven months and is already making her mark. Hornsby’s photomicrography, taking photos via a microscope, was recently published in “The Tarheel Histo News,” the North Carolinas Society of Histotechnology’s quarterly newsletter. Read more.
  • A couple years after working in the marketing field, Courtney Moller began to feel unfulfilled. So, she turned to Carolinas HealthCare System and the Carolinas College of Health Sciences to pursue a career change. Following some independent research into the radiation therapy field, Moller eventually shadowed radiation therapists at Levine Cancer Institute and fell in love with the profession. Read More.

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