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College of Psychology offers Summer Neuroscience Program for High Schoolers

Assistant Professor James Munoz, Ph.D., assists a student during the 2016 training program

Assistant Professor James Munoz, Ph.D., assists a student during the 2016 training program

The College of Psychology’s summer neuroscience training program is back for another year.

The two-week program runs from June 18-29 and is open to high school students who will be entering their junior or senior years in fall 2018. The program features lectures from faculty on topics such as neuroscience and the law, eyewitness memory, and the dark side of human psychology.

Participants will perform hands-on experiments and conduct research, culminating in a research poster luncheon for parents, faculty, and students on June 29. Registration is $250, which includes tuition, materials, supervision, a mid-day snack and the poster luncheon.

For registration information, visit https://psychology.nova.edu/undergraduate/behavioral-neuroscience/summer-training-program.html.