Undergraduates are encouraged to participate as research assistants to gain valuable laboratory experience. To do so, students must contact and obtain permission from a TAMIN faculty member, as well as complete the proper training that is specific to each lab (discussed with the faculty member). To obtain Neuroscience research credit hours (NRSC 485 and/or NRSC 491), students must be in good academic standing, must have successfully applied for the Neuroscience Minor, and students must complete and have signed the appropriate contract linked below. Once the completed contract is received by the Neuroscience Advising Office, students will be registered for research credit hours by the Neuroscience Advising Office. Contracts are due to the Neuroscience Advising Office one week prior to the first day of classes and can be submitted during walk-in office hours. We are located in the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building (ILSB), room 3148.
Advising walk-in hours are MWF from 1:30-4:00pm. The advising office will closed 9/25/2017 and 9/27/2017.
Contact Undergrad@tamin.tamu.edu for additional information.