Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education

JUNE is an online journal for undergraduate neuroscience faculty that publishes peer-reviewed reports of innovations in undergraduate neuroscience education. JUNE serves as a mechanism for faculty to exchange information regarding topics such as laboratory exercises, new media, curricular considerations, and teaching methods.

Vol 9, No 2 (2011)

Table of Contents


UnitID Program Name Reported # of graduates for each program ( 2008-2009 ): Bachelor s Master s Doctoral UnitID Program Name Institution Name Reported # of graduates for each program ( 2008-2009 ): Bachelor s Master s Doctoral PDF
Supplementary Material Table, Award Levels June, Neuroscience Neuroscience, New York 1-7
Volunteerism is Key to Offering Successful Neuroscience Outreach with Limited Resources Neuroscience Topics Covered by the Various Activities PDF
Amy R Pearce, Malathi Srivatsan 62-65
Undergraduate Neuroscience Education in the U . S .: An Analysis using Data from the National Center for Education Statistics RESULTS : Characteristics of undergraduate neuroscience programs / majors PDF
Raddy L Ramos, Georgia J Fokas, Ankur Bhambri, Phoebe T Smith, Brian H Hallas, Joshua C Brumberg 66-70
An Undergraduate Laboratory Exercise to Study Weber s Law PDF
Jameson K Holden, Eric M Francisco, Zheng Zhang, Cristina Baric, Mark Tommerdahl A71-A74
SYNAPSE , Symposium for Young Neuroscientists and Professors of the Southeast : A One-day , Regional Neuroscience Meeting Focusing on Undergraduate Research PDF
Mark W Hurd, Barbara Lom, Wayne L Silver A75-A83
Incorporating Scientific Publishing into an Undergraduate Neuroscience Course : A Case Study Using IMPULSE PDF
Leslie Sargent Jones, Laura Allen, Kim Cronise, Natasha Juneja, Rebecca Kohn, Ashley Miller, Azka Nazir, Andy Patel, Sarah M Sweitzer, Erin Vickery, Anna Walton, Robert Young A84-A91


Introductory Neuroscience— Courses In An Evolving Concept, Teaching That Which Is Yet To Be Truly Defined XML
Eric P Wierelak

ISSN: 1544-2896