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Mon, Jul 25 2011 to Thu, Jul 28 2011

This year's Hi-Tec conference promises to be a wonderful event.

 

From the Hi-Tech web site:

HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technical education where technical educators, counselors, industry professionals, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with

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Wed, Jul 20 2011

Mike Lesiecki and Norena Badway (MATEC) and Liz Teles (Teles Consulting, LLC and former co-Lead of ATE program) will be presenting in this webinar from the Evaluate ATE center.

This webinar will review the evaluation section of grant proposals to the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program.

Topics to be discussed:

  • how to tie evaluation tasks to the grant goals
  • making sure that the evaluation component meets the expectations from the NSF
  • incorporating evaluation costs into your budget
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Mon, Jul 18 2011 to Fri, Jul 22 2011
Mon, Jul 18 2011 to Thu, Jul 21 2011

The Georgia Bioscience Technology Institute (GBTI) Summer Teaching Institute assists high school and middle school teachers who wish to use biotechnology in their classrooms. In addition to practice with activities, GBTI provides teachers with classroom support, industry networking opportunities, student internships, and equipment loans.

GBTI is a collaborative effort between the Biotechnology Program at Athens Technical College and the Bioscience Program at Gwinnett Technical College. Both programs work to prepare students for work in the exciting Life Science ... Read more

Mon, Jul 11 2011 to Thu, Jul 21 2011

Attention high school teachers! There are a couple of spaces left in the 3rd Annual Biotechnology Workshop at Kingsborough Community College during July 11-14 and 18-21, 2011.

Registration for this eight day workshop is free and teachers will receive a $750 stipend at the end.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided. All teachers will receive a lab book to take home2, a biotechnology kit of choice for home2 school in addition to the $750 stipend.

Participants will get hands on practice with eight day state-of-the-art biotechnology laboratory exercises and hear ... Read more

Mon, Jun 27 2011 to Sat, Jul 2 2011

Register through www.dnalc.org
Collaborating with 12 community colleges and Bio-Link, the DNA Learning Center
(DNALC) is offering week-long Genomic Approaches in BioSciences workshops.
Workshop participants will explore cutting-edge science tools, hands-on laboratories,
bioinformatic investigations, and careers. Participants will update their pedagogy while
networking with biotech leaders and colleagues. Faculty from secondary education, 2-
year colleges, and universities are invited to ... Read more

Sun, Jun 26 2011

Community College at BIO is an annual event with a full day of presentations on the wonderful things going on in community college biotechnology programs.

8:00 to 8:30am OPENING REMARKS - Regenerative Medicine "Today & Tomorrow"

John Ludlow, PhD, Senior Director Process Research & Assay Development, Tengion, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Dr. Ludlow has been with Tengion since 2005. After spending 10 years conducting tumor suppressor research at the University of Rochester (NY), Dr. Ludlow went ... Read more

Mon, Jun 20 2011 to Fri, Jun 24 2011

Collaborating with 12 community colleges and Bio-Link, the DNA Learning Center (DNALC) is offering week-long Genomic Approaches in BioSciences workshops.

Workshop participants will explore cutting-edge science tools, hands-on laboratories,
bioinformatic investigations, and careers. Participants will update their pedagogy while
networking with biotech leaders and colleagues. Faculty from secondary education, 2-
year colleges, and universities are invited to apply. The National Science Foundation,
Division of Undergraduate Education's Advanced Technological ... Read more

Thu, Jun 16 2011 to Fri, Jun 17 2011

The Texas Education Agency and Austin Community College Biotechnology Program have collaborated to offer a professional development opportunity for high school science, health science, agriculture, and STEM Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers in the state of Texas. The training includes the cutting edge in biotechnology information and discoveries, through online delivery, podcasts, and a capstone laboratory-based Summer Institute held at sites throughout the state.

The Summer Institutes are a fun way to learn how to do biotechnology experiments that can be used in ... Read more

Mon, Jun 13 2011 to Fri, Jun 17 2011

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