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    FUN hosts the undergraduate poster session at the 2021 SfN Annual Meeting
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    We stand with countless others to unequivocally condemn police brutality, institutionalized racism, and all forms of anti-black violence. We commit to actions to educate, equip, and heal our community.

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The Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Virtual Symposium (NURVS) provides a national platform for undergraduates to present their scholarship.
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FUN is an international organization supporting neuroscience research and education at the undergraduate level. Our members and supporters include: individual faculty and students; businesses and organizations; private liberal arts colleges; community colleges; state and research universities; neuroscience departments and programs.

Our mission is to enhance undergraduate participation in neuroscience research, deisseminate innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education, recognize excellence in undergraduate neuroscience education, and develop national and regional networks to enhance undergraduate neuroscience education, research, and faculty development.

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