BRAIN AWARENESS OUTREACH
WHO WE ARE
Northwestern University Brain Awareness Outreach (NUBAO) is a public outreach initiative founded in 2010 by Northwestern University's Interdepartmental Neuroscience (NUIN) students dedicated to educating, exciting, and inspiring the Chicago community about the brain. Through collaborations with public schools and science education programs in the Chicago area, NUBAO organizes a number of hands-on lectures, workshops, and open house-style events in an effort to teach a variety of neuroscience topics to students of all ages and their families. The NUBAO volunteer base consists of a diverse group of mostly graduate students, in addition to undergraduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and research staff from numerous departments and scientific disciplines at Northwestern.
NUBAO is excited to announce that we will be holding the annual Teachers' Workshop virtually this year on 5 March 2021.
Registration for teachers and volunteers is now closed.
We are grateful for everyone's support!
OUR PAST EVENTS
Brain Awareness Fair
With over 20 neuroscience demonstrations, NUBAO's annual Brain Awareness Fair is its most popular event and offers a hands-on experience for children and adults of all ages.
Walter Payton Seminar Series
As part of an ongoing seminar series, NUBAO volunteers give bimonthly neuroscience lectures at Walter Payton High School in downtown Chicago.
NUBAO's Teachers' Workshop is an annual professional development workshop for Chicago area science educators aimed at exposing these educators to the exciting field of neuroscience research.