FUN Faculty Awards

 

The Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience annually recognizes members who have made outstanding contributions to undergraduate neuroscience.  These awards are based on peer nominations and are announced at the FUN Social and Poster Session at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. The specific awards and previous winners are listed below. To nominate a member for 2017, please email a short letter of nomination explaining your reasons for nominating to ajstavnezer@wooster.edu. The deadline for nominations for 2017 is September 1.

 

FUN Career and Lifetime Achievement Awards

The Career and Lifetime Achievement awards are FUN's highest honor and are based on a nominating letter from a member. The Career and Lifetime Achievement Awards will be given from time to time, to recognize individuals who have made outstanding efforts on behalf of undergraduate neuroscience education and research. Outstanding efforts may include singular achievements that have provided wide benefit to the undergraduate neuroscience community, or sustained efforts across years.

Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

Career Achievement Award Winners

 Carol Ann Paul FUN Educator of the Year Award

The Educator Award is given annually to a regular member or fellow of FUN in recognition of notable efforts related to promoting effective teaching of neuroscience at the undergraduate level, and is based on a nominating letter from a member. 

FUN Service Award

The Service Award will be given from time to time, to recognize individuals who have made outstanding efforts towards the continuing development of FUN as an organization.

FUN Mentor Award

The Mentor Award will be given from time to time, to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions as mentors for young neuroscientists.