Change or add an NEU major
Freshman and Sophomores
All students with less than 56 credits and not enrolled in a Residential College (e.g. Lyman Briggs) can change major preferences at one of the Undergraduate University Division (UUD) offices.
Juniors and Seniors
Students with 56 credits or more will need to visit the Academic Student Affairs Office in the College of Natural Science (106 Natural Science Bldg) to change to the Neuroscience Major. NOTE: To successfully earn a Neuroscience Degree, at least 20 credits must be earned while enrolled in the Neuroscience Major.
- Sophomore awarded the national Presidential Volunteer Service Award
Congratulations to Audrey Drotos of St. Joseph, a sophomore majoring in neuroscience and music for completing over 175 hours of volunteer service during the 2015-16 academic year.
- Undergraduate Research December Newsletter
Summer Research Deadlines Approaching; 2017 UURAF Information; Amgen Scholars; & Spring 2017 Workshops
- Improving electrical communication with the brain
Erin Purcell, PhD, received a R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to explore why devices implanted in the brain lose their efficacy over time.