[FUN_Mail] Sharing an article with FUN Friends

Calin-Jageman, Robert rcalinjageman at dom.edu
Fri Dec 18 15:33:29 EST 2020

This is fantastic, Julio:

  *   The deep sense of history and review of the vision of what we’re trying to accomplish with a neuroscience major
  *   The fantastically-sourced review of what’s working in neuroscience pedagogy
  *   The call to use our skills to broaden access and participation, and the clear-eyed explanation of why strong pedagogy is a necessary but not sufficient condition for confronting discrimination and structural inequalities
  *   Your thoughts on what it’s going to take to keep moving forward, with a 5-point list I can forward directly to my provost (😊)

Thanks for writing this and thanks for sharing it—this really puts into perspective your work and the work of FUN—you’ve helped build a community that has and can continue to do real good in the world.   Thanks for welcoming me into this world—you’re an inspiration!


Robert Calin-Jageman
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Neuroscience Program Director
Dominican University
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From: Ramirez, Julio <juramirez at davidson.edu>
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2020 2:32 PM
To: FUN (FUN_Mail at lists.funfaculty.org) <FUN_Mail at lists.funfaculty.org>
Subject: Sharing an article with FUN Friends

Dear FUN Friends,

Because a number of our FUN colleagues are highlighted in an article I just published in Neuroscience Letters, I wanted to share the article with our community. It’s open access, so please feel free to take a look at it when you have time. The title of the article is “Undergraduate Neuroscience Education:  Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century” and it appears in a special issue of Neuroscience Letters on new developments in undergraduate neuroscience education that Karen Parfitt and Alexia Pollack are editing.  So, keep your eyes open for that issue when it comes out early in 2021!

Just click on the link<https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304394020306881#bib0080> or cut-and-paste the following in your browser:


I wish you all a safe, healthy, and FUN ending to 2020!


Julio J. Ramirez, Ph.D.
R. Stuart Dickson Professor
Director, Neuroscience Program
co-Director, Neuroscience Scholars Program
     Society for Neuroscience
Department of Psychology & Neuroscience Program
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Davidson College
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