"The purpose of Neuroscience Club is to promote and foster the field of Neuroscience on Westminster’s campus. Furthermore, the club aims to provide a forum for discussion of current Neuroscience topics and offer opportunities for interaction with professionals in the field, through conferences and speakers. Benefits to members include participation in the selection of Neuroscience speakers to invite to campus, participation in group journal article discussions, opportunities to interact with Neuroscience faculty outside the typical classroom setting, and opportunities to coordinate with other club members to attend neuroscience conferences" - Rachel Hoffman, Neuroscience club founder.
The Neuroscience club was founded by Rachel Hoffman and has continued to be a great success. Rachel is pictured opposite with other Neuroscience club organizers. Clockwise: Kristina Scanlan, Jen Nelson, Andrea Santarelli, Rachel Hoffman, Jenna Rimko, Tiffany Wilkins, Emilly Pitzer
A week of outreach activities for school students from western Pennsylvania, organized and run by Westminster College students, as part of a national brain awareness initiative of the Society for Neuroscience.
Imagine yourself in a research laboratory investigating drug discovery, going to medical school, writing scientific articles, working in industry, or teaching other, future neuroscientists.
Bachelor of Science