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The Website for ICN 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal is now available for your review!
Update: COVID-19 Contingency Plan
Please join us for the 2020 ISN Young Investigator Award Symposium on Zoom on November 10th! Follow the link below for more information
The January, 2021 edition of the International Society of Neuroethology newsletter is now available!
Affirming the work of the ISN Inclusion and Diversity Committee, the ISN Executive Committee wishes to explain to all members its desire to confront systemic racism and implicit bias in science. Towards that goal, a statement has been released that includes:
For the last few weeks, the BlackLivesMatter movement has been surging in the United States and spreading across the globe, demanding justice for the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and a long history of violence and implicit bias against Black people....Diversity is at the heart of the ISN, which embraces biological diversity and supports a diverse community of researchers across the globe.
To read the Statement on racial justice , click below! To learn more about the ISN Inclusion and Diversity Committee, visit our webpage. If you are an ISN member and interested in the work of the Inclusion and Diversity Committee, consider volunteering to become a committee member. Learn more on the committee's webpage!
ISN members may sign up to take part in a formal mentoring relationship organized by the Early Career Representatives. The Mentorship Program pairs members of all levels with more experienced members to meet virtually or in person to discuss matters concerning their professional life and career path. Please read the program guidelines below. To take part in the mentorship program, you need to log in and sign up in the membership selection process. (Program requires membership).