About FUN

FUN Executive Committee Elections - Call for Nominations.

Please consider nominating yourself or a colleague to run for FUN President-elect, Secretary, or Councilor.  The duties for each position are listed on the FUN website under "Executive Committee."  Please include the nominee's first and last name, home institution, and email address with each nomination.  The nominees do not have to attend SfN 2019 in order to run for election.

Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday September 18.  Please contact Mary Morrison, President-Elect, with any questions at [email protected].

Submit your abstract to present at the 2019 FUN Social and Poster Session

Hello all,

On behalf of the FUN Social and Poster Session Planning Committee, I would like to invite you to submit an abstract for the FUN Poster Session at this year's Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting.  The abstract submission is now open and will remain open until September 21st 2019.  

The link to the sumission site is given below:



Our Mission
  • Enhancing undergraduate participation in research and the presentation of research at the SFN meeting
  • Disseminating innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education
  • Recognizing excellence in undergraduate neuroscience education
  • Developing national and regional networks that enhance undergraduate neuroscience education and research and faculty development
Our mission is made possible through the generous support of our individual members, organizational members, and contributing members.  In particular the generous support of the companies and institutions who are contributing members make our Travel Award progam possible.
The Journal of Underdergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE) is a publication of the Faculty of Undergraduate Neuroscience.  JUNE is an online journal for undergraduate neuroscience faculty that publishes peer-reviewed reports of innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education. JUNE serves as a mechanism for faculty to exchange information regarding topics such as laboratory exercises, new media, curricular considerations, and teaching methods.
  Nu Rho Psi is the National Honor Society in Neuroscience, founded in 2006 by the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience.
  The SOMAS-URM (Support Of Mentors And their Students from UnderRepresented Minorities) program supports the research of junior faculty and students from predominantly undergraduate institutions.
Educational Resources in Neuroscience, an online database of teaching resources for higher education in neuroscience.