The students in the Psychology program engaged in fascinating and hands-on learning experiences through the dissection of various anatomical structures. One group of students first explored the the nervous system of a spinal cord by dissecting it. Another group dissected a cow’s eye, examining its different components and functions. Finally, another group of students explored the brain’s anatomy and functions by dissecting a sheep’s brain, uncovering the regions responsible for different cognitive processes and behaviors. These dissections provided the students with an opportunity to apply their psychological knowledge to real-life structures, enhancing their understanding of the brain and nervous system’s integral role in human behavior and cognition.