Interaxon is a student group that was founded in 2006 by a student (Shanna Fang) right after she took one of the first Project Brainstorm courses we taught. She found Project Brainstorm so useful that she decided to create an independent student group to get even more undergraduates involved in disseminating neuroscience to school-aged children. The BRI has supported Interaxon both logistically (giving them access to our brains, models and other didactic material) as well as financially (giving them small pots of money to fund certain activities like a yearly science poster day that they host here at UCLA for kids from local schools). As an informal extension of Project Brainstorm, they have greatly expanded the outreach capabilities of the BRI with 2-3 school visits every week of the fall, winter and spring quarters and multiple on-campus fairs and collaborative events each quarter. Interaxon is also heavily involved in the Los Angeles/Irvine Brain Bee. They maintain the Los Angeles/Irvine Brain Bee website and assist in recruitment and the writing of a portion of the exam as well as coordination of the day's activities. You can find all the information on Interaxon (their calendar of activities, deadlines and instructions on how students can sign up to participate in their activities) on their web page (http://interaxonatucla.org/). Dominic Tran and Tapasya Sutri are the current Co-Presidents.
To find more information on Interaxon, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.