SIG: Inclusion in Neuroscience - Post 4
Author: Abby Williams
Undergraduate intern for the B-RAD Lab at the University of Alabama
This past week in the B-RAD lab, we focused on planning and project development in our special interest group (SIG). Four teams were formed and given the task to create a product for our SIG faculty/student event in November and a community event in February. The projects can include but are not limited to creating infographics, preparing presentations for community groups, building websites, creating educational videos, and creating posters. In November, the B-RAD lab will be hosting a salon, which is an interactive experience to present products and presentations on the topic of racial inclusion in Neuroscience. The projects currently being developed by our teams focus on technological constraints, racism in the dissemination of neuroscience, expanding inclusion in neuroscience, and building trust in the neuroscience space. Our teams will be developing their projects over the next 6 weeks.
Next week, our teams will meet to discuss goals for their projects as well as their formal project ideas.
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