FABBS Early Career Impact Award winner

Dear SSSR membership,

This is to inform you about the fact that Sara Hart from Florida Center for Reading Research who was nominated by our SSSR Awards Committee has won a 2019 Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS) Early Career Impact Award. FABBS is the coalition of scientific societies focused specifically on promoting the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior in the U.S. with SSSR is one of its members, supporting our advocacy and educational activities before the U.S Congress and federal science agencies. The award was presented to Dr. Hart in recognition of her major research contributions to the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior. 

On behalf of the membership I heartily congratulate Dr. Hart on this award. The Award Certificate will be handed to her at our next Annual Meeting in Toronto. 


Best wishes for the holidays and a happy 2019!

Board Member Elections

We would like to welcome Jessie Ricketts and Tiffany Hogan as the new boards members effective January 1, 2019. 



SSSR Breakfast With A Researcher

Students & Postdocs

Students and postdocs are invited to sign up for Breakfast With a Researcher! A number of senior scholars will meet with small groups of students and postdocs for an informal chat on Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings of the conference. This is a chance to meet some of the researchers whose work you may be familiar with and talk with them and other early career researchers like yourself. For more information and to sign up, please follow this link: Do it now, and share the link with your friends who are attending the conference. 


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