R-MC Behavioral Neuroscience Majors Plan for Bright Future

Five Randolph-Macon College students, all behavioral neuroscience majors, are setting their sights on a bright future. The five—Emily Kirk, Noelle McKearney, Brennan Terhune-Cotter, Brooke Thompson, and Braeshaun Dozier—are all members of the Class of 2016. They are also among the first R-MC students to major in behavioral neuroscience, a discipline that was added to the curriculum in 2014. Kelly Lambert, the Macon and Joan Brock Professor of Psychology, is thrilled that not only have students embraced the new major, but that they are flourishing. “Our students are dedicated, focused and disciplined,” says Lambert, who also serves as chair of the Psychology Department. “Each of the majors this year has participated in R-MC’s Schapiro Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program. We couldn’t be prouder of their achievements thus far, and we look…


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