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Benefits of hierarchical mentoring within a CURE
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.

Invitation to Build-a-Genome network virtual workshop
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.
Interested in biology education research? Learn more at the free, virtual SABER conference!
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!
Webinar on CURE instruction during COVID19
Posted: Jun 16 2020
Wondering how to teach your CURE during the uncertainty of COVID19? Join us for a webinar with experienced CURE instructors who will share their lessons learned from teaching a CURE at a distance.
Online Platform Session - A CURE for the Common Classroom
Posted: Apr 16 2020
Join us for an online platform session featuring four speakers discussing their implementation of CURE from a variety of institution types.
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
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.
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.
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.
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