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How's Your Memory? Take a Class at MC-Rockville and Improve it!

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Category: It's Academic

Published: 2012-11-19 00:00:01.000

A dynamic course will be offered on Tuesdays in the spring from 9:30-10:45 a.m. in PE 114 (32794) at the Rockville Campus. Learn about how your memory works from a neurological standpoint and how it can be improved from a wellness standpoint and various techniques that will help you in both your academic and daily life. Minimal homework but attendance is mandatory! This ten-week one-credit course is transferable to some four-year universities in Maryland and is especially beneficial to pre-med, psychology, engineering, history and mathematics majors. Academically restricted, disability support services, and international students are also strongly encouraged to enroll. Tell your friends.

For more information, contact Associate Professor Gus Griffin at 240-567-5090 or

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