Archive February 2020

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Neuroscience Education Core Concepts Survey

FUN Members, please participate in this survey of Neuro Core Concepts.

New system - reset your password to login

To move to the new system all members must reset their account passwords.  You can do that here.

New FUN website has launched

As of February 10, 2020 the new FUN website has launched!!  Here are details on resetting your password to login, on updating your profile, and on joining the FUN listserv.

New FUN website - Help needed!

FUN members can help with the new website by contributing photos, copy/editing and updating existing pages, and by suggesting/writing new content for the website (history, resources, etc.)

Reflections from SFN, and a Look Forward

It was great to see so many FUN members in San Diego at the Society for Neuroscience meeting. Being part of FUN always gives me a home base at the meeting. I know that I can meet with colleagues at the FUN booth to exchange ideas. I can also learn about the direction of the organization at the FUN business meeting. And I can join my colleagues to see the great work that our students are doing, as well as celebrate colleagues recognized for their accomplishments, at the FUN poster session.

Results of FUN Member Survey 2018 --- Leah Chase

First, let me start this article with a huge THANK YOU to the entire FUN community!!! I have greatly appreciated the opportunity to serve as President-Elect/President/Past-President of this fantastic organization over the past three years. I gained so much from this experience, both professionally and personally. Thank you!

JUNE Editor's corner -- Bruce Johnson, Cornell College

This was a busy year for JUNE with two regular issues and an issue of presentations from the 8th FUN Workshop (Vol 16[3], ), held in July 2017 at Dominican University, and hosted by Irina Calin-Jageman and Robert Calin-Jageman....

Optimize your LinkedIn network and profile -- Jacqueline Morris, Baldwin Wallace University

Linked in has more than 500 million members and is quickly becoming a mechanism for employers to find the right person for a job. In addition, professionals are using the platform as a mechanism to highlight and discuss professional topics, employment trends, discuss scientific discoveries and seek employment....

3D-Printed Neuroscience Models for Everyone -- Caroline H. Wilson, Chapman University

The Brain Awareness Campaign Event at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in November was a celebration of outreach achievements from all over the world. ...I left the event wondering, how many of us are making our own 3D-printed neuroscience models and how many of us would benefit if we could share them quickly and easily?



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