The AIBS Education Office provides analysis and communication for the AIBS Board, Headquarters Office, and Education Committee on issues of import to the AIBS membership and the larger scientific community. Reports are broadly disseminated by email every few months to AIBS membership leaders and contacts. Special reports are sent more frequently as needed. We have archived these reports here for your information and attention. Read about each report's contents below, then click to read the complete text.
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Do you have a teaching resource or program that is suitable, scalable, and adaptable to secondary and post-secondary levels of education in addressing the objectives of both the K12 Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the Vision and Change for Undergraduate Biology Education? Submit your session idea before February 28th to present at the 2nd Annual Life Discovery - Doing Science Conference.
The Association for Biology Laboratory Educators is calling for proposals from individuals interested in presenting mini-workshops and posters. Deadlines are March 15th and April 2nd respectively.
The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) is able to provide travel support for faculty members at minority-serving institutions to participate in the annual Evolution conference through its Evolution 2014 MSI Faculty Travel Award. Submit your application by April 14th or contact Jory Weintraub at email@example.com for more information.
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Attend a Conference
Association for Biology Laboratory Education
36th Annual Meeting, June 17-20, 2014, Eugene, OR
Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research
July 17-20, 2014
Twin Cities, MN
Council for Undergraduate Research 2014 Conference:
“Creating Citizens of Tomorrow: Undergraduate Research for All’”
June 28-July 1, 2014, Washington, DC
2nd Life Discovery-Doing Science Education Conference:
“Realizing Vision & Change, Preparing for Next Generation Biology,”
October 3-4, 2014,
San José State University, San José CA
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