FUN colleagues,

 

We cordially invite you to attend the FUN Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Virtual Symposium (NURVS) on Sunday, October 25 from 2:00 – 7:00 PM EDT. At FUN NURVS, 49 undergraduate students from 45 institutions will present their research via short video presentations followed by a question and answer session. There will be seven concurrent sessions on Zoom arranged thematically, with 7 presentations in each session. The sessions will be moderated by FUN faculty mentors. We will also have some time for attendees to socialize virtually in thematic breakout rooms. Below is the schedule for the event:

 

2:00 – 2:15 PM EDT:  Log in and brief welcome to NURVS

2:15 – 4:15 PM EDT:  Undergraduate research presentations (sessions 1-4)

4:15 – 4:45 PM EDT:  Breakout sessions for socializing and discussing various topics.

4:45 – 6:45 PM EDT:  Undergraduate research presentations (sessions 5-7)

6:45 – 7:00 PM EDT:  Closing comments

 

Participation in FUN NURVS is FREE and open to all interested in undergraduate neuroscience!!! You do NOT need to be a FUN member to attend the meeting, so feel free to invite your departmental colleagues and students. All we require is that you register for the meeting at the FUN website using this link. We will send you the list of Zoom links that will grant you access to the meeting. We ask that you register by 8 PM EDT Friday, Oct. 23.

 

Thank you for supporting undergraduate research, and we look forward to seeing you at NURVS!

 

FUN NURVS Committee

  Ron Bayline

  Gerald Griffin

  Kurt Illig 

  Hewlet McFarlane

  Mary Morrison

  Siobhan Robinson

 

 

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Ronald J. Bayline (he/him/his)

Professor, Biology Department

Highmark Professor in the Health Sciences

Washington & Jefferson College

60 South Lincoln Street

Washington, PA 15301

ph: (724) 250-3406

fx:  (724) 228-3802

email:  rjbayline@washjeff.edu

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Ronald J. Bayline (he/him/his)

Professor, Biology Department

Highmark Professor in the Health Sciences

Washington & Jefferson College

60 South Lincoln Street

Washington, PA 15301

ph: (724) 250-3406

fx:  (724) 228-3802

email:  rjbayline@washjeff.edu

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