Visit us at the 2022 Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience

Nu Rho Psi Poster #ZZ-7
Session: Theme J Poster
Session #025: Undergraduate Neuroscience Programs
Location: SDCC Halls B-H

  • The poster will be available from Noon on Saturday, November 12; until 5PM on Sunday November 13
  • Representatives of Nu Rho Psi will be at the poster on Sunday, between 9:00 and 10:00AM.

Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) POSTER SESSION

Saturday November 12, 6:30-8:30 pm, SDCC Halls B-H
In conjunction with SfN’s Trainee Night, the FUN Undergraduate Poster Session will feature 125 undergraduate posters on the main floor of the San Diego Convention Center, including the following Nu Rho Psi SFN Travel Award Recipients:

  • Julianne Pelletier, Regis University (Mentor: Ashley Fricks-Gleason)
  • Juan Taborda, Baldwin Wallace University (Mentor: Clare Mathes)
  • Tracey Nassuna, Lake Forest College (Mentor: Shubhick DebBurman)
  • Jake Mansell, Baldwin Wallace University (Mentor: Clare Mathes)

The following Travel Award Recipients will also be presenting posters on the conference floor (Check the conference schedule for the days and times):

  • Bill Wu, Skidmore College (Mentor: Chris Vecsey)
  • Emily Wheelis, SUNY Binghamton (Mentor: Christopher Bishop)
  • Annie Nguyen, Wayne State University (Mentor: Gil Mor)
  • Devarshi Mukherji, University of Michigan (Mentor: Maria Castro)

The FUN Neuroscience Exhibitor’s Booth
Stop by the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) booth to learn more about the process to establish a local chapter of Nu Rho Psi as well as applications for chapters activity grants, and grants to support the research projects of our members.

  • When: Sunday November 13 and Monday November 14, Noon – 1:00 pm,
    Where: Booth 3324, SDCC Hall C

Summer Course in England – Extended Application Deadline

The Neuroscience of Stress & Resilience

There is still time to pre-register to attend the course at the Study-Abroad Campus of Harlaxton College in Grantham England – July 11 -30. Admitted students who are members of Nu Rho Psi are eligible to apply for competitive $1,000 scholarships.

The deadline to apply for the course has been extended to March 16, 2022.

Neuroscience Study Abroad Opportunity Summer 2022 – July 11 thru July 30

A 3-credit, team-taught, seminar course exploring the neurobiological factors that contribute to an individual’s risk and their resilience to stressors across the lifespan. The seminar will be facilitated by faculty with relevant expertise and will include trips to Edinburgh Scotland, Nottingham and London England to explore course topics at museums, labs, and tours. Three neuroscience faculty will collaborate to teach material focusing on key factors influencing both vulnerability and resilience to stress. Topics of focus will be related to: Neuroendocrinology, Neuropharmacology, and Motivation & Emotion.

The program cost is $5000/student. Program application deadline is March 16 and the initial $300 deposit due to the University of Evansville on April 1.

Harlaxton College is the Study Abroad Site for the University of Evansville (Evansville, IN). Lectures, seminars, room and board are provided at Harlaxton Manor and travel excursions related to the course are also included in the program fee. Each student is responsible for arranging and paying their air travel to and from England.

For more information and to apply to enroll in the course visit:
For information regarding Nu Rho Psi Student Member Tuition Competitive Scholarships visit:

Housing, Room & Board as well as classes are at Harlaxton Manor in Grantham, England.

Chapter Advisor Virtual Meeting 1/20/22

Register in Advance to Attend the Upcoming Virtual Advisor’s Meeting

Thursday January 20, 8:00PM-9:00PM (EST)

(Note: You must have a Zoom Account associated with your email to pre-register. Basic Zoom Accounts are free.)

A link to Pre-register for this meeting has been sent
to each chapter adviser’s email.

Check you spam/clutter folder

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the virtual meeting,

Moving Day for Nu Rho Psi

The National Office of Nu Rho Psi is in the process of moving from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio to Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.

During the move, delays processing chapter member inductions and orders from our store are likely.

Please work with us in the meantime. We are working as expeditiously as we can to complete the transition and serve our members.

Should you be planning inductions in the fall 2021, it may be best to delay them until 2022.
We anticipate that the transition of the national office will be completed soon. Advisors should contact their regional Vice-President if they have questions.

We will assist those chapter who have scheduled inductions for fall 2021 to the extent that we can. All others should plan to hold inductions of new members in 2022.

2021 Virtual Member Meeting/Social

Please mark your calendars and preregister to attend our Annual Member Meeting and Social – This year’s event is virtual
Sunday November 7 from 2:00PM to 3:30PM (EST)

Please register in advance using the link below to reserve your spot in our 2021 Virtual Member Meeting and Social. (Note: You must have a Zoom Account associated with your email to pre-register. Basic Zoom Accounts are free.)

Each year Nu Rho Psi typically holds an open meeting/social during the Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting for members and all others who are interested in learning about the our honor society.

Please join us for a celebration of all those who received Nu Rho Psi Awards in 2020-21, learn about opportunities to study neuroscience abroad during the summer of 2022, and help the society by providing suggestions for how we may best serve our membership and support our local chapters.

We encourage local chapters to plan events during the coming academic year that are related to our Annual Nu Rho Psi Theme. This year’s theme is
The Neuroscience of Identity and Bias.

The Keynote Speaker for the 2021 Member Meeting/Social is Jennifer Kubota Ph.D. of the University of Delaware. Jennifer is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Political Science and International Relations. Prior to joining the faculty at University of Delaware she was an Assistant Professor at University of Chicago. She received a joint PhD in Social Psychology and Neuroscience from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 2010. She then held a postdoctoral fellowship in social neuroscience at New York University, during which time she worked on projects relating to the neural foundations of prejudice and prejudice reduction. Her Keynote Address is titled:

The Neuroscience of Racial Bias

Please register in advance using the link below to reserve your spot in our 2021 Virtual Member Meeting and Social. (Note: You must have a Zoom Account associated with your email to pre-register. Basic Zoom Accounts are free.)