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Neuroscience Fair: Students, parents, and teachers are able to experience neuroscience first hand and hear from local celebrities in neuroscience. Experience cool neuroscience activities including hearing and seeing real neurons fire, learning how our senses can be tricked, and even touching a real human brain!

Brain Bee at MSU: The Brain Bee at MSU is an exciting, live Q&A competition that challenges high school students on their knowledge of neuroscience facts. The participants compete in both written and oral rounds. Topics covered include: intelligence, memory, emotions, sensations, movement, stress, aging, sleep, addiction, Alzheimer's, and stroke. This competition enables students to learn about the brain and career opportunities in the neurosciences.

Brain Awareness Week: The MSU Neuroscience Program send students and faculty into local 3rd and 4th grade classrooms to educate students on brain-related topics. School visits are age-appropriate and range from sensory activities to touching real human and animal brains!

Faculty Coordinators
Valerie Hedges, PhD
Casey Henley, PhD


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