Neuroscience

International Undergraduate Program-of-the-Year
 

Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Society (INS)

The Baldwin Wallace University Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Society (INS) is a Baldwin Wallace (BW)organization that educates, promotes, and sponsors various topics and activities that relate to the brain and the field of neuroscience.  INS is open to all BW students, faculty, and staff, from all branches of learning. If you would like to find out more about who we are and what we do, please browse through the links below.  If you would like more personal contact, you are more than welcome to come to a meeting and check us out or contact Jessica McClarren at jmcclarr@mail.bw.edu

            The INS Mission Statement:

    The Baldwin Wallace University Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Society (INS) seeks to promote, educate, and conduct activities that aid the entire community in gaining a better understanding and appreciation for the field of Neuroscience.  We will continuously strive to bring together the community with professionals, educators, and students of all disciplines to encourage and support awareness of the brain and how it relates to intelligence, memory, emotions, sensations, movement, stress, aging, sleep, and brain disorders.  In order to strengthen the knowledge and influence of Neuroscience study, we will remain intimately involved with current and recent research and provide educational opportunities through means of guest speakers, field experiences, and community outreach.  As an interdisciplinary organization, INS will maintain its reach to students, faculty, and professionals of all branches of learning.
 

 


    INS Supporting Autism Awareness

This year INS started the Autism Awareness Campaign (AAC) to raise awareness throughout the month of April. The AAC handed out t-shirts and ribbons, and they had "dining proceed days" supported by Applebee's in Strongsville and Bruegger's Bagels in North Olmsted. The AAC also hosted a dinner at the end of April. Several students, faculty, and staff attended the dinner, and the AAC raised close to 1,000 dollars for the organization, Autism Services for Kids.

The AAC will be continuing to raise awareness annually especially in April. The website will be updated regularly with events that will be held to support Autism.


     

 

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Brain Awareness Week and other INS sponsored events

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 Get to know our current club Officers

 

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