Nu Rho Psi
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.
Join the Johns Hopkins University Undergraduate Society for Neuroscience, Nu Rho Psi.
The Undergraduate Programs in Behavioral Biology and Neuroscience offer a variety of experiential learning which are not required for the major but allow students to gain real experience working with kids and the aging community.
- Experiential Learning: Making Neuroscience Fun
- Experiential Learning: KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now)
- Practicum in Language Disorders
- Experiential Learning: HopKids – Kennedy Krieger Institute
- Experiential Learning: HopKids – Children’s Center
- Experiential Learning: Helping an Aging Community