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Posted: Sep 9 2021
Tell us what you'd like to learn about CUREs at two-year Hispanic Serving Institutions in the Southwest
Posted: Sep 1 2021
Duke Kunshan University seeks multiple faculty candidates who excel at guiding undergraduate research at a new interdisciplinary University
Posted: Jun 2 2021
A publication describing a metabarcoding CURE course has been published in Frontiers in Microbiology. Assessment data and instructional resources are described. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2021.579325
Posted: Apr 9 2021
Submit a paper proposal for a publication on Confronting Failure: Approaches to Building Confidence and Resilience in Undergraduate Researchers
Posted: Mar 23 2021
Georgia State University is accepting applications for a full-time Academic Professional (NTT, 50/50 teaching/service). We are particularly interested in applicants with the desire and ability to develop a CURE as our required lab for Neuroscience majors.
Posted: Mar 18 2021
The following is an invitation to CURE facilitators to participate in a year-long professional development opportunity focused on creating, implementing, and evaluating an E/RCR resource for use in biology laboratory contexts (especially CUREs).
Posted: Feb 24 2021
The CURE involving metabarcoding has been successfully implemented at the Unversity of Detroit Mercy Biology Department. A publication describing the CURE has been published in Frontiers of Microbiology. Link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2021.579325
Posted: Sep 20 2020
We incorporated an integrated mentoring program in an undergraduate ecology lab course, in which the undergraduate students analyzed data sets provided by graduate student mentors. This program increased perceived and demonstrated abilities in critical thinking skills, particularly data analysis and interpretation, and allowed increased project flexibility for the student by effectively increasing the course's instructor to student ratio.
Posted: Jul 14 2020
BAG is a course-based undergraduate research experience centered on synthetic biology education. Synthetic biology allows students to create novel biological systems while learning the fundamentals of molecular biology, genetics, genomics, and bioengineering. This workshop will provide an introduction to the field as well as materials that can be easily incorporated directly into relevant courses or research projects.
Posted: Jun 24 2020
Do you want to learn more about the science of teaching biology? Do you want to share innovations in your biology teaching with the wider community? Then SABER is for you!