Brain Awareness Week 2001

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is a nationwide effort organized by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives and the Society for Neuroscience to promote the public and personal benefits of brain research. The official week for BAW is March 12-18, 2001, but any week is a good time to get involved.

[BAW 2002 Web Site] | [BAW 2003 Web Site] | [BAW 2004 Web Site]

[BAW 2005 Web Site]

[Pictures from BAW 2001 at the University of Washington]

BAW activities on the Neuroscience for Kids Pages

Scheduled BAW Events Around Seattle, WA
Date Event
March 2001Classroom Visits by UW Neuroscientists
March 2001Neuroscience Book Displays
Seattle Public Libraries/Local Bookstores
Location: University of Washington

Students will first attend a BRAIN POWER assembly presented by
the Pacific Science Center/Group Health Cooperative Brain Power Team.
Following the assembly, students will explore interactive, hands-on
exhibits set up by local neuroscientists and neurological/mental health support groups.

[Last year's BAW Open House]

BAW Events Around the USA/World

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