When she graduated with a degree in neuroscience, Olivia Souder '17 already had an experience that many professionals haven't had-presenting her research before an international neuroscience organization.
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Your Susquehanna education won't stop at the classroom doors.
Student clubs and activities, field trips, events, seminars and study abroad programs all build on the strong foundation you gain in classes and labs.
Visit the places where science history is made. Hear from industry experts on the latest breakthroughs. Explore a new culture in GO programs designed specifically for students in the sciences.
What you learn beyond our classrooms will help you fully become the scientist you want to be.
When Katelynn Ondek '14 enrolled at Susquehanna, neuroscience was not yet offered as a major, so she designed her own. She wanted to study and work with the nervous system, and fulfill requirements for admission to veterinary school.Read More
Internships & Research
A summer program at Columbia University medical school gave Jalen Anderson '19 a glimpse inside the health care profession—and motivation to keep working toward medical school.
Kaity Ronning '15 is now studying the interplay of retinal function and neuroinflammation in health and disease in the neuroscience graduate program at the University of California, Davis.
A summer job-shadowing opportunity at the Cleveland Clinic in 2016 turned into more than what neuroscience major Danielle Ramsey ’18 had bargained for, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Learn how the cultural heritage of Sweden can be traced back to the Vikings and how that heritage influences their health care system.
Inspiring a New Generation
Each fall, students from Introduction to Neuroscience visit Selinsgrove Elementary School for Brain Games Family Fun Night. They create one-of-a-kind interactive educational exhibits to teach K-2 students and families about the physiology of the nervous system. For Susquehanna students, it's a chance to share what they know about the brain, gain confidence talking to the public about science and simplify neuroscience concepts so everyone can understand them.
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