Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate Program

Physiology & Neurobiology (PNB) offers a Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. PNB faculty also serve as advisors for Biological Sciences majors. PNB also offers a minor for students majoring in other fields who choose to concentrate their electives in the field of Physiology & Neurobiology. Download our brochure to learn more about Physiology & Neurobiology at the University of Connecticut.

The Biology Advising Center (BAC) advises undergraduate students majoring in Biological Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Physiology and Neurobiology, and Structural Biology and Biophysics. The center maintains a list of core PNB Major requirements and links to other information…


You may be eligible for Scholarships or Awards. Learn more…

Applications are being accepted for the Paul L. Drotch Undergraduate Scholarship. This scholarship competition is open to all UConn biology undergraduates (BIOL, EEB, MCB, PNB, Structural biology & biophysics.)  Read more about Lt. P. L. Drotch and download an application form…

Faculty: Do you know a PNB graduate or advanced undergraduate student who has not only excelled in research, but has also contributed to the research training of others outside of the classroom? Nominate this individual for the 2015 James S. Romanow Memorial Award. Read the Romanow_Award_Announcement for more information.


 

Click here to make an appointment with your advisor. Undergraduates who do not have an advisor should make an appointment to see Susan ‘Zen’ Buraceski.