- UPDATE 2/18/15: The Neuroscience Major Advising Information Session as been postponed until the week of 2/23/15.
- UPDATE 2/17/15: The Neuroscience Major Advising Information Session, scheduled for this evening has been postponed until Wed., 2/18/15. from 5:30-6:30 PM. Location to be announced.
- Dr. Christy Porter, NSCI Coordinator, will present the requirements and address any questions. Students can then select a major advisor provided they have already completed the 39 credits hours required for declaration. (See the College's Student Handbook for further details on declaring a major.)
For general questions about the Neuroscience Program, please contact Dr. Porter, the Neuroscience Coordinator.
Office: ISC 1125 / Phone: 221-3865 / Email: [[mcport]]
If you are an incoming freshman, please indicate on your advising information form that you are thinking about becoming a Neuroscience major, and you will be matched up with a freshman advisor who knows the program.
If you are a current student interested in declaring a Neuroscience major, choose an advisor appropriate to your academic interests and goals. To make your choice, contact an advisor directly from the list below, attend the spring NSCI informational session to sign up for an advisor, or set up an appointment with Professor Porter, who can help you choose.
Students declaring their NSCI major on or after 8/27/14 should consult the online catalog page.
Students declaring their NSCI major before 8/27/14 are subject to the previous NSCI Curriculum (rev'd 1/13).
- William Buchser (Biology)
- John Griffin (Biology)
- Margaret Saha (Biology)
- Randy Coleman (Chemistry)
- Robin Looft-Wilson (Kinesiology and Health Sciences)
- Josh Burk (Psychology)
- Bob Barnet (Psychology)
- Cheryl Dickter (Psychology)
- Cathy Forestell (Psychology)
- Pam Hunt (Psychology)
- Jen Stevens (Psychology)