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Neuroscience Declaration Day

Neuroscience Declaration Day on October 7 was about getting to know the program, faculty, and alumni. Seven alumni returned to speak on a panel about how the major prepared them for their careers and/or graduate school: Kayla Ahlstrand ’12, Daniella Brutman ’12, Abbey Pipkorn ’10, Madhavi Senagolage ’12, Natalie Kukulka ’13, Silvia Skripkauskas ’04, and Sydni Cole ’12. Students had the option of declaring a major in neuroscience after learning about the incredible opportunities and diverse range of careers that employ this discipline.

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    Destruction of Johnson C—the circular building—began on July 26. The bridge connecting the two Johnson buildings will take place next.
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    Ten-week Richter scholars presented their research results during a daylong symposium on July 22. Nineteen students worked on 13 projects in biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, education, English, music, and neuroscience. The four-week Richter Scholar Symposium was held in June.
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    The third consecutive plate race pitted teams of summer research students from different science departments, Richter scholars and the LFC-RFUMS Summer Scholars programs. Runners balanced a stack of petri dishes in a relay around the Middle Campus Quad in this highlight of the summer semester.
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    Certified therapy dogs brought smiles to students faces during the hectic finals week in May. The therapy dogs visit campus during mid-terms and finals to give students an opportunity to de-stress and connect with a furry friend.
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    Four-week Richter scholars presented the results of their research during a daylong symposium on June 3. Seventeen students worked on 13 projects in art history, business, chemistry, computer science, English, environmental studies, politics, and psychology. The 10-week Richter Scholar Symposium will be held on Friday, July 22.