Past Events

Thu, May 7 2020

Tips and Tricks: Step by Step NSF ATE Proposal Forms Preparation

This webinar focuses on the various forms associated with NSF ATE grant proposals. Forms can make up 2/3 of a final proposal submission and impact the quality and accuracy of a proposal.

The webinar will cover:

the purpose of various forms associated with NSF ATE proposals what data to enter into each form associated with NSF ATE proposal the importance of providing consistent information on forms and other components of a proposal common errors that can be avoided ... Read more
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Sat, May 2 2020
Logo for Bay Area Bioscience Education Community

The Bay Area Bioscience Education Community is a non-profit organization that has been working with community college and high school teacher partners in the San Francisco Bay area since 1996. In this talk, representatives from BABEC will describe their process for creating and disseminating teacher-vetted curriculum.

To access the webinar, join the InnovATEBIO High School Mentor Facebook group .

Once you join the group, click the Events link to locate a Zoom link for this event. Read more

Fri, May 1 2020
We will thrive

We've been working in this crazy situation for a few weeks now and it's time in this fifth webinar to check in and see how everyone is doing, learn about the ways you've risen to the challenge, and see how InnovATE BIO can help.

This Friday, in the first part of our session, Dr. Daiyuan (Daisy) Zhang from Del Mar College will tell us how about a strategy she devised for having her students prepare for doing research with SARS-CoV-2.

In the second part, we would like to hear from you and learn what you've been doing to adapt.

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Fri, May 1 2020
Mentor Connect Logo

Mentor-Connect has extended its deadlines for both its Second-Chance Mentoring Application and its Moving-Up Mentoring Application to May 1, 2020. Please read our blog for more information and apply now! Read more

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Fri, Apr 24 2020

Going Virtual while Sheltering-in-place: Developing Tools & Strategies (Zoom Meeting)

With the onset of the current pandemic, when the shelter-in-place order was first put into effect, it took a long moment to take it all in. Our campuses were closing, our interns were being told they could no longer work in the lab. Rather than canceling everything and ending the semester abruptly, we were being encouraged to continue however possible, somehow developing engaging and comparable online versions of all our coursework and program-related activities.

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Fri, Apr 17 2020

This informal webinar will address two main topics:

What are biotech companies doing to combat COVID-19? How can we have students explore biotech career opportunities in these crazy times?

This session will address an online website and database that students can use to explore biotech careers. The main tool we will use is , a career site and biotech company database developed by Digital World Biology , with funding from the National Science ... Read more

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Fri, Apr 10 2020 to Sat, Apr 11 2020
Coomassie stained gel


Antibodies are one of the most common products made by biotech companies. They can be used to block viral infections and treat many forms of cancer. But first, we need to grow the cells that make them (biomanufacturing - upstream processing) and then, we need to purify them (downstream processing).

In this week's Friday webinar, Dr. Margaret Bryans will tell us about an on-line module from Montgomery County ... Read more

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Fri, Apr 3 2020 to Sat, Apr 4 2020
Street art - It will be okay

Dr.'s Linnea Fletcher and Sandra Porter will host a sharing session for biotech faculty. The topics will be: How do we keep our biotech programs alive when our labs are shutdown? How are we doing teaching online? What are we learning?


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Thu, Apr 2 2020

In this webinar, Dr. Melissa L. Salazar, CEO of ESCALA Educational Services , will familiarize faculty and administrators with the concept of culturally responsive instruction as applied to the specific context of Hispanic Serving ... Read more

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Fri, Mar 27 2020
Virtual Cell Counting lab


Dr. Bruce Van Dyke, Quincy College, MA, will talk about the on-line system he and Yakov Cherner developed for introducing students to concepts in upstream single-use biomanufacturing. Funding for this project was provided by the National Science Foundation's ATE program, through ATE project grant DUE 1902673, and from a U.S. Department of Labor TAACCT grant.

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