The Neuroscience Club
The purpose of the Neuroscience Club is to create a community for neuroscience majors as well as a forum for all Wellesley students and faculty to talk about neuroscience issues. By organizing activities for the club members, the Neuroscience Club builds a sense of community and support network for students interested in Neuroscience. Furthermore, through outreach activities, the club can foster the wider community's interest in Neuroscience—a field that is becoming increasingly important in today's society due to technological advances such as fMRI and stem cell research.
The Patterson Symposium on Neuroscience and Society
"Who's in Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain" - Mike Gazzaniga, Ph.D.
Mind-Body Panel: How do science and philosophy mutually inform each other?
Panelists: Mike Gazzaniga, Mike Wiest, Catheriine Wearing, and David Hubel
April 28, 2011
Neuro Club Movie Night
April 11, 2011
Studying the Brain at Wellesley: Neuroscience Faculty Research Night
March 14, 2011
Movie Night with Professor Wiest, Snacks, and Movies!
Oct. 21, 2010
Neuroscience Study Party
May 10, 2010
Meet Professor Beltz and Eat Homemade Ice Cream!
April 22, 2010
Studying the Brain at Wellesley: Neuroscience and Affiliated Faculty Research Night
April 5, 2010
Movie Night with Professor Beltz
March 16, 2010
Brain Cake Contest
Dec 10, 2009