Important Information for all CLA Neuroscience Majors
Internships and Opportunities:
Franklin Institute: http://www2.fi.edu/shared/internships.php
Thinking about life after graduation?
Career Guidance: What Can I do with a Neuroscience Degree?
Graduate School Guidance: TU Career Center Grad and Professional School Guide
**Declared your Neuroscience Major prior to Fall 2013? Follow this Transition Plan:
The Neuroscience Program has revised the requirements for students whose major or minor is declared effective for the Fall 2013 semester. For students who are already declared, there will be a period of transition as the new curriculum replaces the old curriculum in the Fall.
Forms for Course Registration Approval:
Special Course Approval Form (used primarily for Independent Study)
Applying for Distinction in the major?
Here are some helpful guidelines for your Paper and Poster Presentation:
Creating an abstract: 250 words maximum, including citations
The abstract should be clearly written and readily comprehensible. It should provide a concise summary of the objectives, methodology (including the species studied), key results, and major conclusions of the study. It should be written in complete sentences, without subheadings. More information about abstracts.....
Poster Presentation Guidelines
To meet compliance with the Society for Neuroscience poster session 2011, posters cannot exceed a dimension of 5’8" W x 3'8" H or 1.75 m x 1.11 m) for displaying illustrative material (graphs, charts, and tables). More information about posters.....