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DNA Barcoding CURE Workshop
Posted: Feb 28 2019
NSF-funded DNA Barcoding CURE workshop, June 10-14, led by Cold Spring Harbor Lab at James Madison University- check here for details and the application:
CURE Workshop on Appalachian ecology
Posted: Feb 26 2019
The Consortium Exchanging Research Experiences for Undergraduate Students (CEREUS) is hosting a CURE workshop on exploring ecological change in the Appalachians, June 5-7, 2019 on the campus of UNC Asheville
CURE program coordinator
Posted: Feb 21 2019
UC Davis is recruiting a program coordinator as we expand our CURE offerings in the First Year Seminars Program. The position includes directing a wet lab "CURE incubator" for biology-focused seminars but will also encourage and support the development of a wide range of disciplines offering CUREs in this flexible and unique venue.
Job opening: Postdoctoral fellow (Yeshiva University)
Posted: Feb 20 2019
The Steinhauer Lab is seeking a postdoctoral scholar for a research and teaching position, in the Department of Biology at Yeshiva University in New York, NY.
Lecturer/Lab Coordinator, Biological Sciences, St. Edward's University, Austin, TX
Posted: Nov 24 2018
St. Edward's University (Austin, TX) is hiring for a Lecturer/Lab Coordinator who would be in charge of a course-based undergraduate research experience in freshman biology lab.
Job Opening: UT Austin Director of Freshman Research
Posted: Nov 17 2018
The University of Texas at Austin is currently looking for a Director of Freshman Research in the College of Natural Sciences.
CURE Development Fellows
Posted: Jul 10 2018
The first group of CURE Fellows has been selected and will start work in the fall to develop capacity for CURE instruction. Keep an eye out on the CUREnet site for products and resources they develop!
CURE Facebook Group
Posted: May 4 2018
Jen Heemstra at University of Utah has established a Facebook group on CURE instruction, on behalf of a group of Cottrell Scholars who are developing CUREs primarily in chemistry.