An exciting educational aspect of art and neuroscience outreach through NW Noggin is the opportunity to collaborate with graduate and undergraduate students from multiple area institutions, including Portland State University (PSU), Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) and other collaborating institutions


Right now we’re engaged in outreach throughout the Portland/Vancouver area…

Brain Camp

LEARN MORE:  Noggin Bloggin
A regularly updated summary of our outreach visits and activities, with an emphasis on the science presented, and the arts projects designed to educate students and the public about research exploring the link between brain and behavior…


LEARN MORE:  Calendar of Events
What’s next on our schedule?  How can you get involved?


For some outreach activities, including summer programs, each of our participating institutions has specific requirements for getting involved.  Please click on the appropriate drop down menu tab to learn more.

LEARN MORE:  For students from Portland State University

LEARN MORE:  For students from Oregon Health & Science University

LEARN MORE:  For students from the Pacific Northwest College of Art

LEARN MORE:  For students from Washington State University Vancouver

After reading more about NW Noggin and the many ways to get involved, take the next step and submit the form below. You’ll receive an email shortly after prompting you to share a bit more about yourself and your interests in NW Noggin!

Please also email our NW Noggin Resource Council Member for Communications directly:

We are committed to creating and fostering a learning and working environment based on open communication and mutual respect.  We have an extraordinarily diverse K-12 student population, and a diverse community of teachers as well. We expect volunteers to be respectful and welcoming of difference, including differences involving race, color, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, veteran or military status, sex, marital status, pregnancy or parenting status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.  Inappropriate behavior is unacceptable, and will result in removal from NW Noggin activities…

Please help everyone feel valued as full, respected participants in our teaching and learning communities – this is key to successful outreach…


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