MASH is a two-week summer program for students interested in pursuing careers in the medical field. This year, the Magnolia program had 31 applicants, and Magnolia Regional Medical Center selected 11 students to participate. The camp is free for the students and funded by donations. Arkansas Farm Bureau Foundation is the largest statewide sponsor of the program. Wednesday, the students participated in a dissection lab with Christa Marsh, assistant professor of biology. They explored components of sheep eyes and hearts. The students also visited the Nursing Department and were treated to lunch in the SAU Cafeteria. Megan Foshee spoke to them about various nursing careers, pre-requisites for the Nursing Program, and expectations after graduation. They visited the simulation lab as well, and performed CPR on one of the simulation mannequins.