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PSYCH 120 Model Neuron Fair

Posted in Featured Courses & Programs
Nov 23, 2019

A model neuron.

Come and explore the wonders of the neuron with your psychology peers!

Saturday, Nov. 23
11 am–1 pm
133 Arts Building, 9 Campus Dr.

Free and open to the public | Free popcorn

Students enrolled in PSYCH 120: Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology with Dr. Jan Gelech (PhD) this fall were invited to merge their artistic abilities and scientific knowledge by creating three-dimensional neuron models using whatever materials and mediums they desired.

Prizes will be awarded for the most accurate, weirdest and most creative neuron models!



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