Current students can access a comprehensive collection of resources in the Neuro Undergrad Hub in Brightspace. If you are currently majoring in a neuroscience program and do not have access to the hub, please email email@example.com
Prospective students seeking admission into a neuroscience program should first consult the admission requirements outlined here and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about admission eligibility.
Click here for advising videos, sample course layouts, and resources geared toward new and/or first-year students.
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Heather is typically the first point of contact for prospective and current undergraduate students. She offers support around academic audit literacy, course selection, prerequisites and preclusions, transfer credits, honours capstone projects, and weaving post-undergraduate objectives into current program elements. View her profile below for drop-in advising hours and online booking calendar.
Dr. Stead offers more faculty-level academic support and can advise on things like approaching volunteer and thesis opportunities in labs, as well as offer insights about Co-Op. He and Heather work closely together to deliver your academic advising experience.
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