Early Career Event (Monday, July 25, 13-14h)

Organizers: Claire Rusch (Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal) and Saumya Gupta (University of Washington, USA)

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This career panel will offer attendees the opportunity to hear from established scientists from different backgrounds about their career paths, the challenges they faced and how they dealt with them, and what to expect when working in the neuroethology community as professors. Participants will be encouraged to submit questions, either beforehand, via anonymous applications and/or directly to the panellist during the event.

Inclusion and Diversity Meeting (Tuesday, July 26, 13-14h)

Organizers: ISN Inclusion and Diversity Committee

Ana Silva (chair) (Universidad de la República, Uruguay); Amir Ayali (Tel Aviv University, Israel); Heather Eisthen (Michigan State University, USA);  Ayelén Nally (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina);  Vivek Nityananda (Newcastle University, UK); Lauren O’Connell (Stanford University, USA); Lukas Weiss (Princeton University, USA

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The ISN is committed to equal opportunities and non-discriminatory procedures and practices throughout its work to promote an inclusive culture among its members and in science in general. The IDC has been working for the past two years towards these goals and is pleased to hold its first open session in the ICN 2022. During this session, the IDC will celebrate diversity within the ISN, report on actions taken so far, and discuss ideas to be implemented in the future. Please come! We need everyone’s opinion and feedback to build a stronger and welcoming ISN.
This meeting will be held in hybrid format.