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Department of Neuroscience

Unlocking the Mysteries of the Mind

The Department of Neuroscience houses one of the most research-intensive programs on campus. In intentionally small classes, our students gain hands-on experience in the Neuroscience laboratory suite where they study the functions of the brain and nervous systems. With an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience, students may pursue careers in the health sciences, clinical and research laboratories in various areas of science, or may choose to represent the scientific world in mainstream writing and media.

Undergraduate Neuroscience students can tailor their academic experience to their specific interests and career goals through our dual degree programs—a new opportunity to continue their education at Western New England in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences:

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Members of the West Springfield Fire Department and WNE OTD students pose for a photo with BEary Bags in front of a fire engine at the WSFD station.

Department of Occupational Therapy Collaborates with West Springfield Fire Department to Launch New Project Aimed at Promoting Calmness

The "BEary Calm Bags" project, a collaboration between Western New England University Department of Occupational Therapy and the West Springfield Fire Department, aims to improve emergency response experiences for individuals with sensory sensitivities, disabilities, and communication barriers.

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Interprofessional Healthcare Simulation Day Cultivates Collaborative Skills Among Health Profession Students

At Western New England University, Pharmacy, OT, PA, and Nursing students engage in an Interprofessional Healthcare Simulation Day, honing collaborative skills vital for effective patient care in today's complex healthcare landscape.

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Occupational Therapy students working on patients in the Bear Paw Center.

WNE's Occupational Therapy Program Recognized Among the BEST Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report ranks Western New England University's Occupational Therapy program among the BEST Graduate Schools, affirming its dedication to quality education and outstanding student outcomes.

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