Students create seminar on neuroscience of college life

Peter Kotecki, Development and Recruitment EditorFebruary 21, 2016 • Two quarters after Northwestern launched its neuroscience major, two NU students will facilitate a discussion-based seminar on neuroscience and its relation to college life. This Spring Quarter, Weinberg junior Brooke Feinstein and McCormick senior William Garrison will teach the pass-fail, full credit course, which will cover topics such as learning and memory, alcohol and drugs, and meditation and relationships. The class will meet once a week for about two and a half hours, Feinstein said, and it will culminate in student presentations for a final assessment. Although the goal of the new undergraduate seminar is to get people interested in neuroscience, Feinstein said it would be great to see more people major in neuroscience as a result of taking the course…


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