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Past Events

Mon, Jun 6 2016 to Tue, Jun 7 2016

Join NBC2, Bio-Link, and the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce, and the AC2 Bio-Link Regional Center for the 13th annual Community College Program at BIO!  The 2016 program will be held June 6, 2016, in San Francisco, California. The CCP brings together community college faculty, high school teachers, industry and organizations focused on biotechnology, biomanufacturing, regenerative medicine, biofuels/industrial biotechnology, and biomedical devices to learn from each other and to develop a network of educational programs to support industry needs for biotechnicians. ... Read more

Wed, Jun 1 2016

Apply now for a fellowship to attend the the Bioscience Industry Fellowship Project (BIFP) offered by Forsyth Technical Community College (Forsyth Tech) and the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW):

Accomplished instructors who enjoy providing exceptional education services to their students and share an interest in learning/sharing new insights from the bioscience industry are encouraged to attend.  Applications are reviewed on a first come basis.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) supports this multi-disciplinary ... Read more

Fri, May 13 2016

Are you interested in Biotechnology workforce education?  This second Bio-Link webinar will focus on Bio-Link's popular website:  Biotech-Careers.org

Description:

The biotech industry has been growing faster than other areas of the US economy.  Biotech positions offer good salaries and benefits, interesting work, and opportunities for advancement.  Nevertheless, many biotechnology education programs struggle with student recruitment.  Two contributing factors ... Read more

Thu, Apr 7 2016 to Fri, Apr 8 2016

The Worthington Regional Bio-Science Conference is a great opportunity to connect with Animal and Plant based bio-science practitioners in the Tri State region of South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota.  In addition to learning the latest in the field you will be able to network and build enduring relationships with your colleagues and see firsthand what opportunities are available to help progress your research and your business. 

 

Talks at this year's conference will focus on Avian Flu, water

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Fri, Apr 1 2016

Are you interested in Biotechnology workforce education? Looking for materials to use in your class? Joining the Bio-Link network will help you learn more about biotechnology and connect you with individuals who have similar interests. In this webinar, you will learn about the benefits of joining Bio-Link, learn about Bio-Link's online resources including Biotech-Careers.org, the Bio-Link website, Courses in a Box, and the Bio-Link Curriculum Clearinghouse.  We will also introduce the new AC2 Bio-Link Regional Center and discuss current projects such as the Bioscience Skill Standards ... Read more

Mon, Mar 21 2016 to Thu, Mar 24 2016

Who should attend? 

Researchers working in the areas of energy and environmental genomics and synthetic biology, as well as current and potential future users of the DOE Joint Genome Institute.  The program will feature international speakers on a range of exciting topics, but will also provide opportunities to interact with JGI users supported through the JGI Community Science Program.

To receive email updates, contact degilbert@lbl.gov

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Fri, Feb 12 2016

International Collaborations that Promote Workforce Development and Address Global Concerns

The AAAS Community College Forum will highlight international collaboration on educational programs moving beyond national boundaries to share knowledge and address pressing global concerns. The focus of this forum is on local workforce preparation and sharing strategies that further education for technical and scientific careers. Community college-based programs and educators play a vital role in preparing post-secondary students for entry ... Read more

Tue, Oct 20 2015 to Sat, Oct 24 2015
Sun, May 31 2015 to Fri, Jun 5 2015

Each year Bio-Link Fellows from across the nation travel to the Clark Kerr Campus (CKC) in Berkeley, CA to learn about the latest practices in biotechnology education. Come join us!

At the Bio-Link National Summer Fellows Forum, participants will learn new skills and techniques, examine and test exemplary curriculum models and course materials, engage in dialog about ethical, legal, and social ... Read more

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