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CNU faculty lead programs during the Summer. Check the CNU Summer page to see if a Faculty member is leading a program this summer. 

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Students can attend popular universities abroad through program providers not affiliated with CNU.

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Summer 2019 Options that may or may not be offered in 2020 or 2021:

1.Learn about stress and resilience! NEUR 499: Special Topics in Neuroscience : Neural and Behavioral Resilience Dr. Lora Becker, University of Evansville and Dr. Michael Kerchner, Washington College

What does it mean to possess resilience? In this course we will explore what factors contribute to the resilience that a person may exhibit in response to social, personal and physiological stressors as well as what factors may impair their resilience.  The application deadline is January 23, 2019. More information. How to Apply. Online Application. Students also complete a CNU application.

2. The FUN(Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience) Abroad German Neuroscience course is back for the summer of 2019. Neuroscience Seminar in Germany is a summer study abroad program for undergraduate students interested in neuroscience. It is a collaboration between the College of Charleston, the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience, Ludwig Maximilians Universit├Ąt (LMU) in Munich and Charité Medical University in Berlin. Since 2012, the course has brought together neuroscience students from across North America to engage with cutting edge neuroscience research while immersing themselves in the deep history of the discipline found in Germany. The course can also be stepping off point for future neuroscience research experiences abroad. Former students have returned to Germany to do summer research through the RISE program, several students have earned Fulbrights and spent a year in Germany, and several have also applied to German neuroscience graduate programs. The program dates are May 22nd to June 15th 2019. Specific course information can be found at the course website - Please contact Chris Korey ( if you would like further information. The application deadline is February 20, 2019.  
Christopher Newport University Study Abroad Office