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Evangel’s Natural & Applied Sciences Department awarded grant for new binocular microscopes

Published on Jul 13, 2021 by Erin Hedlun



New binocular microscopes provided by a grant from the Ferrell Duncan Clinic Foundation.

SPRINGFIELD, Missouri – Evangel University’s Natural and Applied Sciences Department was recently awarded a grant from the Ferrell-Duncan Clinic Foundation (FDCF) to purchase much-needed binocular microscopes for its anatomy and physiology teaching laboratories.

The grant allows for the upgrading of well-used monocular microscopes to binocular microscopes that provide greater depth perception and resolution of images. These premium microscopes are in line with those used in professional healthcare settings.

FDCF provides educational support for the community and for the employees and physicians of Ferrell-Duncan Clinic.

Dr. Michael Tenneson, chair of the Natural and Applied Sciences Department

“We are grateful to the Ferrell-Duncan Clinic Foundation for their support,” said Dr. Michael Tenneson, chair of EU’s Natural and Applied Sciences Department. “This grant allows us to continue training students with top of the line equipment as they pursue advanced education in highly-ranked nursing, medical, physical assistant, and physical therapy professional schools.”

Evangel’s Department of Natural and Applied Sciences attracts students from across the country to its highly regarded pre-med and nursing programs. Through relevant training and hands-on instruction, students are equipped with the skills needed to pursue careers in science and health-related fields, as well as additional study in specific professional schools.



About Evangel University

Evangel University, with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS), is a comprehensive Christian university committed to excellence in educating and equipping students to serve the Church and society globally. Evangel and AGTS serve more than 2,200 students from all 50 states and numerous foreign countries, offering 70 undergraduate majors and 19 master and doctoral degrees.