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JoAnne S. Hongo, Genentech and City College of San Francisco, talks about their 20-year running partnership, CCSF's Bridge to Biotechnology program, and introduces 'faces of success' from these programs, including a grassroots organization created by a graduate called Nexgene girls.
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Russ H Read, National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW), gives an overview of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant.
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Elaine Johnson, National Bio-Link Center, NSF-ATE
PI Dr. Johnson is the executive director of the National Bio-Link Center. She spoke about the prospective goals of the Lab Skills HUB of the TAA CCCBC
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Sonya Wallman, from the Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2), presents development of national regional hubs and the latest progress in development of biomanufacturing skill standards.
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Sengyong Lee, Director of the Medical Devices Hub for NBC2, presents progress and current goals for the Community College Consortium for Bioscience credentials
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A series of 4 talks from partners in industry:
Ayla Annac, CEO InvivoSciences, Inc. presents their work with 3D-engineered tissue and stem cell therapeutics.
Dr. St John from Cook Pharmica, talks about their Contract Development Manufacturing Organization that is partnered with IvyTech Community College.
Kenneth E Miller from Oklahoma State Center for Health Sciences speaks about partnership with Tulsa CC Biotechnology program funded through NSF, NCRR, and NIH.
Dr. Ostertaag from Transposagen talks about their work with transgenic animals and partnership program LIFE-CELL between Industry and community colleges.
Did you miss the conference last year that the National Academies organized on Community Colleges in the Evolving STEM Education Landscape? There were talks by George Boggs, Martha Kantor, Jay Labov, Toby Horn, and many others.
You can still hear what happend, the National Academies have been posting videos of the talks. All these videos can be downloaded and watched off-line.
1. Welcome and Introductions by: Jay Labov, NAS; Toby Horn, Carnegie Academy for Science Education; Barbara Olds, NSF; George Boggs, NAS Committee Chair
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