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Nominations for FUN officers now open

The Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience is now accepting nominations for executive committee elections. This year, we are accepting nominations for the President-Elect, Treasurer-Elect, and three Councilor positions....
The Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience is now accepting nominations for executive committee elections. This year, we are accepting nominations for the President-Elect, Treasurer-Elect, and three Councilor positions. Descriptions of position responsibilities can be found in the FUN bylaws.
The Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience is a grass-roots organization of faculty, supporting more than 400 members who teach, mentor, and conduct research with undergraduates across a variety of institutions, including large universities and community colleges. Each year, in cooperation with industry and society partners, FUN sponsors student travel to SfN, offers 2-year equipment loans to faculty, publishes the Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, and supports its members' efforts in undergraduate teaching, mentoring and research. Importantly, we are beginning work in a series of initiatives to advance the ideals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in our work.
 
The success of these programs depends on the participation of our membership, especially in leadership roles. Please nominate yourself or a willing colleague, and help contribute to FUN's important role in supporting undergraduate faculty.
 
Nominations (including self-nominations) and questions about open positions should be sent to the current President-Elect, Kurt R. Illig (krillig@stthomas.edu) no later than Sunday, August 24, 2020.

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