Proceedings of the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience Workshops at Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, July 30 – Aug 3, 2014
By JC Hardwick, BR Johnson, JJ Ramirez & EP Wiertelak
The 2014 FUN Achievement Award
By BS Beltz et al.
VideoHacking: Automated Tracking and Quantification of Locomotor Behavior with Open Source Software and Off-the-Shelf Video Equipment
By EE Conklin et al.
ERIN: A Portal to Resources for Higher Education in Neuroscience
By RF Olivo et al.
Documenting Laboratory Procedures with Video
By RA Wyttenbach
Retention of Underrepresented Minority Faculty: Strategic Initiatives for Institutional Value Proposition Based on Perspectives from a Range of Academic Institutions
By Joseph A. Whittaker et al.
Intentional Excellence in the Baldwin Wallace University Neuroscience Program
By JK Morris et al.
Best Practices: The Neuroscience Program at Central Michigan University
By GL Dunbar
Career Transitions for Faculty Members Committed to Undergraduate Neuroscience Education
By GL Dunbar
Techniques and Technology to Revise Content Delivery and Model Critical Thinking in the Neuroscience Classroom
By KR Illig
Light Activated Escape Circuits: A Behavior and Neurophysiology Lab Module using Drosophila Optogenetics
By JS Titlow et al.
Gel Scramble: An E-Tool for Teaching Molecular Neuroscience
By W Grisham et al.
Neuroscience and Global Learning
By MG Ruscio et al.
How to Successfully Incorporate Undergraduate Researchers Into a Complex Research Program at a Large Institution
By RB Weldon & VF Reyna
Mission-Driven, Manageable and Meaningful Assessment of an Undergraduate Neuroscience Program
By GM Muir
In Situ Teaching: Fusing Labs & Lectures in Undergraduate Science Courses to Enhance Immersion in Scientific Research
By J Round and B Lom
In Vivo Time-Lapse Imaging in the Zebrafish Lateral Line: A Flexible, Open-Ended Research Project for an Undergraduate Neurobiology Laboratory Course
By MH Marra et al.
Using the Humanities to Teach Neuroscience to Non-majors
By HG McFarlane and J Richeimer
Electrophysiology Meets Ecology: Investigating How Vision is Tuned to the Life Style of an Animal using Electroretinography
By A Stowasser et al.
Student Friendly Technique to Demonstrate Coordination between Postural (Involuntary) and Voluntary Muscle Contractions
By W Colgan III