• Assistant Professor of Biology

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    University of St. Thomas

    The University of St. Thomas Biology Department invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin August 2017.

  • FUN Newsletter, August 2016, Volume 3, Issue 1

    Download the September 2016 Issue of the FUN newsletter here.

     

     

     

    Below is a dump of the full-text of the newsletter to aid in search indexing.

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  • Deadline for FUN poster session submissions is approaching - September 30th

    Quick reminder.  The abstract submission process for the FUN Social and poster session will CLOSE this FRIDAY, SEPT 30th.  Only completed submissions will be considered, so if you started the process please finish it by this Friday.  We have a limited number of spaces, so please submit soon.  Here is the link:

  • FUN Equipment Loan Deadline Approaching - October 1

    Just a quick reminder that the FUN Equipment Loan Program deadline for proposals is quickly approaching (October 1, 2016). Please go to the FUN website (http://www.funfaculty.org/drupal/Equipment_Loan) for more information.

  • Assistant Professor of Physiology/Pharmacology

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    Grand Valley State University

    Assistant Professor of Physiology/Pharmacology in Biomedical Sciences - The Biomedical Sciences department at Grand Valley State University is pleased to announce it is searching for a new tenure-track faculty member to join our department in Fall 2017. 

  • Assistant Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    Baldwin Wallace University

    The Department of Psychology at Baldwin Wallace University seeks an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience for a tenure-track opening beginning August 1, 2017.  Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience prior to or soon after the appointment. Applications will be evaluated on experience and excellence in the areas of teaching, scholarship, advising and service.

  • Run for your BRAINS!!!

    Date: 
    10/22/2016

    Join Rochester College Psi Chi in rasing money for ThinkFirst helmet safety program by running for your brains!!! on October 22nd at 3:00 PM at Rochester College, 800 W Avon Rd, Rochester Hills, MI. Try to complete a 1K or 5K mission to help save humanity OR walk (hobble) or run as a part of the zombie hoard!

    Register early to save $5. Click on the link and go to the Psi Chi tab to register online.

     

  • Assistant Professor in Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    Baldwin Wallace University

    Baldwin Wallace University invites applicants for a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in Neuroscience with a preferred research focus in electrophysiology using an invertebrate or fish model system beginning August 1, 2017.  This position is a joint appointment between the Biology Department and the Neuroscience Program.

  • Assistant Professor of Psychology (neuroscience, cognitive science, or developmental desired)

    Job Type: 
    Tenure Track Faculty
    Institution: 
    The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC

    Assistant Professor, Psychology

  • Adjunct for Introduction to Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    The College of Wooster

    The Neuroscience Program at the College of Wooster invites applications for a temporary position to teach one section of Introduction to Neuroscience in the spring of 2017.  The applicant should have an M.S., Ph.D., or be working toward a Ph.D. in Neuroscience or a related field.  The applicant should be committed to teaching undergraduates.  The course serves as a core for Neuroscience majors, elective for other life science majors, and covers functional neuroanatomy, neuronal physiology and their application to the sensory systems.

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