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Individual Prizes and Fellowships

Undergraduate Brain Awareness Travel Award

This year’s winner, Ashleigh Gonzales, from Arizona State University, with her poster “Tactile Images Help Students Visualize STEM Concepts” at the Brain Awareness Campaign Event at Neuroscience 2013.

This year’s winner, Ashleigh Gonzales, from Arizona State University, with her poster “Tactile Images Help Students Visualize STEM Concepts” at the Brain Awareness Campaign Event at Neuroscience 2013.

SfN and the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) cosponsor a travel award to honor an outstanding undergraduate student active in neuroscience education and outreach. The award includes complimentary registration to the SfN annual meeting and a $750 stipend to offset travel expenses. 

Applications are evaluated on:

  • The importance, quality, and originality of the Brain Awareness work.
  • The student’s contribution to the Brain Awareness project.
  • The candidate’s potential as a scientist or a science educator.

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