2 Days Left to Vote for Your Favorite Sticker Design!

There are only two days left to vote for your favorite Brain Awareness Week 2019 sticker design! The winner will be featured on the 2019 Brain Awareness Week sticker used by partners across the US.

We have narrowed the choices to five wonderful designs and now it’s up to you! Cast your vote now through November 16.

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Our top five finalists are Leonor Braga, Joni Lahr-Moore, Luis Orazi, Brenda Ramos, Abby Salinero. Take a look at their designs and pick your favorite!

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The winners will be announced on November 26, so stay tuned!

– Amanda Bastone

Vote for the 2019 Brain Awareness Week Sticker Design!

Tis the season to vote in the United States, and the Dana Foundation presents you with an opportunity to have your voice heard! It was difficult to select our finalists from the wonderful designs submitted to our 2019 Brain Awareness Week (BAW) Sticker Design Contest, but we have narrowed it down to five. Now, we need your help to choose our first-, second-, and third-place winners.

Public voting is open from October 29 to November 16. To cast your vote, please visit our survey page and choose your favorite design. Then, share the link with family and friends to help support your favorite finalist! The three designs with the most votes will receive cash prizes.

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Sticker Design Contest for Brain Awareness Week 2019

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Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time to start thinking about Brain Awareness Week (BAW) 2019. The March campaign will take place from the 11-17 and unite the efforts of partner organizations worldwide in celebration of the brain. There is no better way to gear up for BAW 2019 than to enter our annual Brain Awareness Week Sticker Design Contest, which is now officially open!

In this competition, we challenge applicants from around the world to design an original sticker that expresses the spirit and mission of Brain Awareness Week. Participants can test their creativity and design skills for a chance to have their art printed and distributed on thousands of stickers during BAW. Continue reading

Brain Awareness Week 2018 in Photos

Three months ago, Brain Awareness Week was celebrated by thousands of people in 43 countries. Activities engaged kids, adults, and seniors in lessons about the brain and its importance in our everyday lives—sometimes through a straightforward talk or a lab tour, and other times through creative endeavors such as a concert or a movie screening.

We collect images of these events from around the world for our Brain Awareness Week Photo Gallery, and today we offer a glimpse into the 2018 campaign through these photos.

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Students crafting neurons during a Brain Awareness Week Open House organized by the University of Washington.

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Mindfulness for the Developing Brain

meriah dejosephOn Thursday, March 15th, Know Science, an organization that advocates the knowledge of new science and scientific research to the public, hosted the talk “Regulating the Brain: The Science of Mindfulness” at the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute in New York City. This was an event presented as part of Brain Awareness Week.

Meriah DeJoseph, the presenter for the evening, is a lab manager for the Neuroscience and Education Lab at New York University (NYU). She will be starting a PhD program in developmental psychology this fall to further investigate self-regulation and how mindfulness can affect the developing brain. Prior to NYU, she worked on a project at Teachers College, Columbia University studying brain activity of children from Girls Prep Bronx Elementary, who have a mindfulness class integrated in their curriculum.

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