2020 President Elect & Treasurer Ballots
The 2020 Elections for President Elect and Treasurer are in progress. Links to the election ballot have been emailed to all members of the society via the email address on file in the national office. Please check your email for links to the online ballot.
The election will close at 12 O’clock Midnight, August 15, 2020.
The Candidates for President Elect are:
Sarah Cassella (Loras College, Gamma in Iowa)
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Loras College
B.A. In Neuroscience, Oberlin College
Ph.D. In Neuroscience, University of Cincinnati
Darlene A. Mitrano, Ph.D (Christopher Newport University, Beta in VA)
Associate Professor of Biology & Neuroscience
Department of Molecular Biology & Chemistry; Program in Neuroscience
B.S. in Psychology from Washington & Lee University
Ph.D. in Molecular & Systems Pharmacology from Emory University
The Candidate for Treasurer is:
Beth Wee, Ph.D (Tulane University, Alpha in LA)
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, School of Science and Engineering,
Director of Undergraduate and Masters Programs in Neuroscience,
Senior Professor of Practice, Psychology Department; Nu Rho Psi Chapter Advisor
B.S. in Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.S. in Zoology/Neuroscience, Iowa State University
Ph.D. in Zoology/Neuroscience, Michigan State University
The National Council has proposed a number of revisions to the Model Chapter Bylaws.
An online poll will be distributed to the membership later this spring. We recommend that all chapters review and discuss these changes in prior to the end of February. A copy of the proposed model bylaws may be obtained HERE.
Questions regarding the proposed amendments should be forwarded directly to the Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include the following in the Subject Heading of your email:
NRP Bylaws Q&A
It is with profound sadness that we learned today of the passing of Professor Bruce McEwen, a leading neuroendocrinologist of our time. In addition to his pioneering contributions to our understanding of the influence of stress on cognition, mood and health, Professor McEwen was an honorary member of Nu Rho Psi and was the keynote speaker at the 2017 Nu Rho Psi Annual Member Meeting and Social. Rockefeller University has posted more information regarding his extensive scientific contributions and personal accomplishments here.