The Johns Hopkins University Undergraduate Society for Neuroscience, Nu Rho Psi, draws its founding principles from the Society for Neuroscience, including its “scientific, educational, literary, [and] charitable” purposes. The society is a gathering of neuroscience students and faculty devoted to the study of the cellular and molecular processes, the biological networks of the nervous system, computational approaches to the mind, and the phenomena of cognition.
Nu Rho Psi is a student organization dedicated to discovery through collaboration and creating opportunities for students to become involved individuals. Our organization draws its founding principles from the Society for Neuroscience to advance the understanding of the nervous system, provide member development opportunities and educational resources, and promote general education. We aim to nurture the intellectual and ethical strength of our members and generate a collaborative network for both the present and the future.
- A strong endorsement of independent research and facilitation of its reporting
- A commitment to the general community, contributing through
educational programs and supporting beneficial public policy initiatives
- Aiding the operations of the Undergraduate Program in
Neuroscience and David S. Olton Behavioral Biology Programs
- Advancing the organization through public relations and fundraising
Nu Rho Psi is divided into four different areas:
- Community Service
- Neuroscience Program Interface
- Public Relations
How to Join Nu Rho Psi – Apply Now
View the Nu Rho Psi informational brochure and handbook for more information and then complete and submit the application by the deadline below.
DEADLINE: Fall 2018: TBD
2018-2019 Board Members
- Internal Vice President
- External Vice President
- Social Media Director
2018-2019 Chair Members
Faculty Adviser: Linda Gorman