In the Psychology program the students were provided with a unique opportunity to delve into the anatomy of the nervous system through dissections. They explored anatomy by first cutting into the anatomy of a sheep’s brain gaining insights into the different regions responsible for cognitive functions and behaviors. Next, they examined the spinal cord, learning about its crucial role in transmitting signals between the brain and the rest of the body. Lastly, the students dissected a cow’s eye, understanding the intricate structures responsible for vision and perception. These hands-on experiences enriched their understanding of neuroscience and provided a deeper appreciation for the brain’s role in human psychology and behavior.