News from FABBS and the FABBS Foundation
- FABBS Foundation Honors Richard Anderson »
Richard C. Anderson EdD (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) is now featured in the FABBS Foundation's program which honors eminent, senior scientists.
- Science Journalist Sought for FABBS Foundation »
The FABBS Foundation, established in 2004 to support the educational mission of the Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences (FABBS), is entering a new period of growth. In 2011, the FABBS Foundation launched a fundraising campaign to hire a science writer who can assist the organization in building its public outreach strategy.
- New Leaders Elected to FABBS Board »
The FABBS Council of Representatives, consisting of scientists from the twenty-two scientific societies represented by FABBS, has elected four new members to serve on the FABBS board.
- NIH Announces OppNet Funding Opportunity »
The NIH Basic Behavioral and Social Science Opportunity Network (OppNet) announced a new RFA, Basic Research on Decision Making: Cognitive, Affective, and Developmental Perspectives.
- FABBS Foundation Honors Howard Gardner »
Howard Gardner, PhD (Harvard University) is now featured in the FABBS Foundation's "In Honor of..." program which honors eminent, senior scientists.
- FABBS Foundation Honors Claude Steele »
Claude M. Steele, PhD (Stanford University) is now featured in the FABBS Foundation's program which honors eminent, senior scientists.
- Senate Subcommittee Hears Testimony on NIH Budget - Success Rates to Drop »
NIH Director Francis Collins appeared before the U.S. Senate Labor-Health and Human Services-Education Appropriations Subcommittee last week to discuss the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request for NIH.
- NIH Working Group to Make Recommendations on Biomedical and Behavioral Research Workforce »
A newly-formed NIH working group will provide advice to the NIH Director’s advisory committee regarding actions needed to ensure a diverse and sustainable biomedical and behavioral research workforce.
- Funding Cuts Pass House and Move to the Senate »
In the early morning hours of Saturday, February 19, 2011, the U.S. House voted to pass H.R. 1, a Continuing Resolution (CR) that would fund the government for the current fiscal year, but at significantly lower levels.
- FABBS Foundation Honors Elizabeth Loftus »
Elizabeth Loftus, PhD (University of California, Irvine) is now featured in the FABBS Foundation's program which honors eminent, senior scientists.
- Action Alert: Urge Congress to Oppose Severe Cuts to Science Funding »
Please contact your Representative in Congress and urge them to oppose the significant cuts to science funding for NIH and NSF included in H.R. 1.
- U.S. House Set to Make Significant Cuts in Science Funding for FY 2011 »
Shortly after the President rolled out the FY 2012 budget, the U.S. House began consideration of H.R. 1, a continuing resolution (CR) that would fund the federal government for the current fiscal.