Number of Events Organized During Brain Awareness Week:
One major one, and another 5 small, student-conducted ones
Type of Events Held:
- Lecture/ Briefing
- Other: Student-conducted activities across campus included brain games
- Other: the delivery of specific brain-health information
- Other: etc.
- Elementary school students(1-5)
- General Public
- University students
Approximate Number of People Reached:
~40 for Library talk (public), ~100 across campus (students and professors).
Details of Major Brain Awareness Week Events/Activities:
The talk was delivered at the Hollidaysburg Area Public Library on April 11, 2017 (date was re-scheduled due to weather condition). The talk, titled “It’s all about the Brain” covered some of the functions of the brain, and included fun hands-on activities, such as the exploration of preserved brain samples and the training of live rat
Event Planning & Publicity
Publicity Methods Used:
- Social Media
Which of These Publicity Methods Was The Most Successful?
Of the Dana Foundation publications/resources distributed at your event(s), if any, please indicate the three most popular. Please choose up to three. If "other," please indicate below:
- It’s Mindboggling!
- BAW Stickers
- BAW Pencils and Erasers
Which BAW graphic materials did you use in publicizing your events?
- BAW Logos
Feedback & Keys to Success
How do you feel BAW participation benefited your organization and the local community?
I have received more invitations to perform my lecture (which I would love to do). These included boys scouts, girls scouts, a local elementary (grade 6) and a local high school (Grades 10-11). I was also invited to talk in a local event at a coffee shop (designated "cosmic cocktails"), which aims adults. Interest at the talk was immense, and many of the listeners followed my invitation to attend one of our events that happened a week later (Earth day fest).
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