Mind/Brain/Behavior encourages you to consider becoming involved in research at some point in your undergraduate career. Participating in a research project is a great way to engage in active learning, and Harvard offers you many opportunities to become involved in research.

As an interfaculty initiative, Mind/Brain/Behavior (MBB) does not have its own faculty and labs as departments do. Instead, it serves as a clearinghouse for research opportunities. Undergraduate opportunities are open to students in our tracks and secondary field but also usually to students who have interests in mind/brain/behavior but who are not in a formal MBB program.