Westminster College Neuroscience Major Wins National Travel Award

Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 Ashlyn Brown, a Westminster College senior neuroscience major, won a national travel award for her research and outreach efforts in teaching preschool children about the brain. Brown teamed with Melissa Egan, a Westminster senior early childhood/special education major, to design neuroscience games and activities to engage preschoolers in learning. They visited Westminster’s Preschool Lab many times to teach simple concepts about how the brain controls behavior. The project was an initiative of Westminster faculty Dr. Deanne Buffalari, assistant professor of neuroscience, and Dr. Sararose Lynch, assistant professor of education, to utilize targeted educational approaches to teach neuroscience to young children and to promote interdisciplinary research. Sponsored by The Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience and the Society for Neuroscience, competition for the award is open to…

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