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- Campus Outreach: hosts events with other student groups and the general student body as a whole to demonstrate the importance of Neuroscience. These events will take place in a variety of ways, including firesides and informal meetings.
- Curriculum Committee: works with administrators of Northwestern University as a student voice in the formation of an undergraduate Neuroscience major.
- Journal Committee: meets monthly to discuss papers relevant to members’ interests or neuroscience in popular culture.
- Speaker Committee: brings in (at least one) speaker from the field of Neuroscience per quarter.
- Public Relations Committee: publicizes club events and helps recruit committed members who are willing to contribute to the organization.
Neuro Club is open to any student who wishes to join.
President - Andrew Hunter
Responsible for general management of both the Executive board and the Neuro ClubSenior Neuroscience Major from New Jersey
Curriculum Chair - Christine Liu
Coordinates and facilitates neuroscience student organized seminar
Senior neuroscience and music theory major from Beijing, China
Community Outreach Chair - Ross Heilberg
Organizes neuroscience-based service events for the Chicago-area community.
Sophomore neuroscience major from Warren, New Jersey.
Treasurer -Anjan Ghosh
Handles NUNC SOFO account and plans fundraisers
Junior neuroscience major from Chicago, Illinois
Public Relaintions Chair -Alec Friswold
Manages website, publicizes events and helps with recruiting new members.
Campus Outreach Chair - Miki Litt
Responsible for correspondence with other student groups on campus to plan cooperative events
- Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences Department of Neurobiology
- School of Communication Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Center for Student Involvement
Catherine Woolley, PhD
William Deering Professor, Department of Neurobiology
O: Pancoe 2-407
Jason Sanchez, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
O: Frances Searle Building
2240 Campus Drive, Room 2-254
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