"It was Fuller's Warren Brown who introduced me to neuroscience and to the sheer joy of the research process... he taught me to love the hunt of research... he hung with me through a dissertation that took years to complete... he helped me get my first job."
---Dr. Galen Buckwalter
SOP Alumnus and Committee Co-chair
Entrepreneur and Former Chief Scientist at eHarmony
As professor of psychology, director of the Lee Edward Travis Research Institute, and beloved mentor to many in the School of Psychology, Dr. Warren Brown and his wife Janet have played a foundational role in the lives of many Ffuller alumni/ae. Warren and Janet Brown have an incredible commitment to professional excellence, to their marriage and family, and to meaningfully enhancing others' lives. Their lives inspire those around them to live and work with courage and integrity. Now, to help further that influence, a significant new scholarship is being established in the name of Warren and Janet Brown. Additional details about this scholarship are mentioned in our research on the topic posted at Top-Papers.com.
The scholarship committee is chaired by alumni Galen Buckwalter and Lynn K. Paul. With a goal of $350,000, the new Warren and Janet Brown Scholarship will encourage professional excellence and offer critical support to students who want to impact the lives of others through neuropsychological research. The scholarship will be given annually to one or more students studying neuropsychology in Dr. Brown's laboratory in the form of a research assistantship for one school year.
If you would like to partner by giving a gift in this effort to extend the impact of Warren and Janet Brown-- and enable students with a heart for research to pursue their calling-- please contact Galen Buckwalter at .
If you would like to make a pledge or provide a gift, you may also go directly to the Fuller Seminary online giving page at:
Please be sure to indicate your gift is for the Warren and Janet Brown Scholarship in the appropriate designation area.
For any pledge or gift questions, please contact Christa Reiff, Director of Development for the School of Psychology:
toll free: (800) 235-2222 x5489
direct line: (626) 584-5489
Travis Research Institute
180 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101
You are also invited to a Jazz-Fusion concert, with 3-time Grammy Award winning cellist Eugene Friesen, to honor the Browns. The concert will be at Pasadena Presbyterian Church on Friday, March 26, with all proceeds going to the Brown Scholarship. For ticket information, call 626.584.5489 or visit our webpage.