Workshops for undergraduate educators in California and Wisconsin
The ASBMB has two workshops for undergraduate educators coming up this spring as it continues its Catalyst Conversations series. The first workshop will be on Feb. 24 in California, and the second will be on March 16 in Wisconsin.
In the January issue of ASBMB Today, Ann Aguanno of Marymount Manhattan College, wrote about how the workshop series came to be and how the 2018 event for educators was received. We’ll excerpt a few key details below but recommend reading her full piece.
Sunday, Feb. 24, at La Sierra University in Riverside, Calif.
- Research at a PUI: Challenges, opportunities and funding, led by Jessica Bell, University of San Diego
- BMB for a new generation: Concepts and assessment, led by Marvin Payne, La Sierra University
- Developing NSF funding for your undergraduate research, a working lunch and discussion led by Christopher Meyer, California State University, Fresno
- CURE: Theory and implementation, presented by Ellis Bell and Joseph Provost, both from the University of San Diego
Register for free or submit an abstract by Feb. 11 to present a chalk talk.
Saturday, March 16, at Myrick Park Center in La Crosse, Wisc.
- Best practices in science lab building design, led by Todd Weaver and John May
- Career planning for the molecular life science major, led by Basudeb Bhattacharyya
- Strategies to develop an inclusive undergraduate research lab, led by Daniel Grilley and Kelly Gorres
- Applying to graduate school for the molecular life science major, led by Basudeb Bhattacharyya and Todd Weaver
Register for free or submit an abstract by March 1 to present a chalk talk.
Keep an eye on this page for more workshops later this year.
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