Brain Awareness Week - 1998

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 was March 16-22, 1998, but the whole month of March was a good time to get involved.

BAW activities on the Neuroscience for Kids Pages

  • "Top Ten" lists created by students in Wisconsin

  • BAW Events Around Seattle, WA
    March 4, 1998Workshop for University of Washington Neuroscientists - Neuroscience in the K-12 Classroom
    March 15-21, 1998Neuroscience book displays at the Univ. Washington Bookstore, Covington Library and University Village Barnes and Noble
    March 19, 1998Workshop for Elementary School Teachers - Neuroscience in the Classroom
    March 20, 1998BAW Open House at the University of Washington
    March 1998 Classroom visits

    March 1998Brain Power Van Visits to Schools (sponsored by the Pacific Science Center and Group Health Cooperative)

    BAW Events Around the USA


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