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2 week Summer Training Program June 18 - 29, 2018: focus on Neuroscience and the Law

The NSU College of Psychology, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience is excited to offer a 2-week discovery-based NSU Behavioral Neuroscience half-day training program high school students. The program will culminate with a luncheon for parents, faculty, and students on June 29th.

Students will participate in workshops with NSU faculty-experts with demonstrations.

Examples include:

Students will:

  • Receive a certificate upon completion
  • Work with esteemed professors- making the transition from high school to college more familiar, less stressful
  • Advance their skills in research, problem‐solving, and critical thinking
  • Present their own findings at a poster session and receive feedback from professors and peers
  • Become better prepared to enter competitive undergraduate physical and social science programs

The NSU 2018 Behavioral Neuroscience Program is intended for high-school students who will be entering their junior or senior year in fall, 2018. The number of participants will be kept small (maximum 20) to allow for individualized attention and optimal use of equipment.

The Behavioral Neuroscience program fee $250 (includes a $50 registration/processing fee). This covers tuition, supervision, program materials & equipment, daily mid-morning snack, and poster session luncheon.

Students who wish to apply must submit the following items no later than May 18, 2018. Registration will occur on a “rolling admissions” basis until we reach maximum capacity (20 students).

Final payment of $200 is due by May 25, 2018.  Failure to make final payment will result in student being withdrawn from the program.

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