Instructions for Senior Comprehensives Presentations
Neuroscience comprehensives are meant to be a learning experience for all concerned, not primarily a test. You may consult with Neuroscience faculty if you have specific questions as you prepare your presentation. (However, the faculty will not go over a draft of your presentation and give feedback or pre-approve it.)
Neuroscience comprehensives for students in the class of 2014 will be held on 5 Thursdays in the 2013-14 academic year. There will be three (3) presentations for each date except for the day during January interterm when there will be six (6) presentations.
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