Jordan Zezza '17 was set to pursue a doctorate in neuroscience—when he was sent down a different path by something a professor said in class.
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Meet our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree in mathematical or computer sciences can take you.
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.
Neuroscience major Ian Endresen '16 has discovered a true love for studying the brain and nervous system.
Janeily Perez '18 currently strives to become a neurosugeon through her neuroscience major that brings together biology, chemistry and psychology.
The daughter of two Susquehanna graduates, Lauren Beck '16 entered Susquehanna as a biology and psychology double major, but quickly transferred into the neuroscience program when it was created in 2014.
When Katelyn 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.