University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Neuroscience Major

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Neuroscience Major at The University of Vermont

The University of Vermont's Board of Trustees approved a new Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience that was added to the College of Arts and Sciences curriculum effective Fall 2010. The neuroscience major at UVM is designed as a collaborative effort of faculty in Biology, Psychology, and Communication Sciences and joins ranks with a strong neuroscience graduate program and an active, energetic neuroscience research community within the university. Although a new major, neuroscience has existed at the University of Vermont since the field originally emerged as a separate discipline. The information on this introductory website will provide you with a brief overview of the major.



Tuesday, March 17   Lafayette L202  4-6 pm: Sarah Light  
Wednesday, March 18 Lafayette L202 4-6 pm: Prairie Lefebvre 6-8 pm: Morgan Mathews
Thursday, March 19     Lafayette L307 4-6 pm: Julia Huessy 6-8 pm: Morgan Mathews
Tuesday, March 24 Lafayette L202 4-6 pm: Sarah Light 6-8 pm: Angela Brisson
Wednesday, March 25 Lafayette L202 4-6 pm: Prairie Lefebvre  6-8 pm: Angela Brisson
Thursday, March 26  Lafayette L307 4-6 pm: Julia Huessy  

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