The Undergraduate Neuroscience Society provides a venue for students to get involved with neuroscience on
campus through volunteering and research opportunities, as well as meet others who share the same interest.
For more information, contact
Jessica Agnieszka Wsiclo ( firstname.lastname@example.org), President,
Rachel Gonzalez (email@example.com), liaison to the Neuroscience Program.
For a calendar of events and meetings please visit https://www.facebook.com/UndergraduateNeuroscienceSociety/?fref=ts.
Independent Programs of Study
Students may major in neuroscience through the Independent Programs of Study (IPS) program in LAS. The Neuroscience Program provides a list of courses from which students may select a program of study that matches their interests and will prepare them for their chosen career path. Students interested in the IPS are encouraged to begin work on their proposed programs early in their sophomore year; all IPS programs must be approved before the end of the junior year.
For more information on the IPS, please see:
Many NSP labs welcome undergraduate students as active participants in research. Students may volunteer to gain research experience, or may work for course credit. Paid hourly positions are available in some labs, particularly in the summer.
Students should directly contact faculty members http://neuroscience.illinois.edu/people/faculty to ask about opportunities.
FUN is an organization dedicated to promoting.education in neuroscience at the undergraduate level though the provision of supportive funding and information, such as travel awards, teaching awards, newsletters and workshops.
Visit the FUN website here: