Benefits of Becoming Involved!

Leadership Opportunities:

Membership in Synapse offer students many opportunities to develop their leadership potential. Synapse provide training in the principles of leadership, as each member is actively involved in decision making processes. Students are encouraged to utilize their leadership talents both on and off campus.

Alumni Networking:

Synapse maintains active alumni relationships, which offer amazing opportunities for career networking and mentoring. This assists members in attaining their academic potential.

Social and Recreational Involvement

Many of your fondest college memories will be developed through social interaction. Synapse provides the chance to make new friends and have fun. Examples of our activities include Brain Awareness Week (coming up in November), community service with the North Chicago Outreach program, conferences, and Student Symposium, just to name a few…

2015-2016 Synapse Executive Board

Logan Graham ’17: Co-President

Peyton Schrag ’17: Co-President

Pooja Acharya ’17: Vice President

Aasimah Tanveer ’18: Treasurer

Rachel Domijancic ’18: Director of Communications and Records

Alexander Blumfelt ’17: Director of Programming

Mohini Verma ’18: Web Manager

Brain Awareness Week Committee

  • Trevor Buhr ’18
  • Nikki Hueng ’18
  • Krista Meuli ’18

Seminar and Outreach Board

  • Rosemary Thomas ’18
  • Rachel Hastings ’17
  • Julia Garcia ’16
  • Mara Negru ’17

Synapse Elders

  • Sarah Chiren ’16
  • Saul Bello Rojas ’16
  • Cam Gudmundson ’17​

2014-2015 Synapse Executive Board

Sarah Chiren ’16: Co-President

Saul Bello Rojas ’16: Co-President

Cam Gudmundson ’17: Vice President

Pooja Acharya ’17: Treasurer

Logan Graham ’17:  Director of Communications and Records

Peyton Schrag ’17: Director of Programming

Cecilia Reyes ’15: Web Manager

Brain Awareness Week Committee

  • Danielle Shaw ’17
  • Obaiy Fahmy ’16
  • Sara Murillo ’16
  • Lily Veldran ’17

Seminar and Outreach Board

  • Alexander Blumfelt ’17
  • Amarantha Gomez ’17
  • Khadijah Hamid ’16
  • Wase Tembo ’15