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June 01–December 15
BioInteractive offers free, engaging multimedia resources on a variety of science topics. In this group, participants will work in collaborative groups to adapt existing BioInteractive materials that focus on quantitative skills, have rich data sets, and are paired with primary literature for use in undergraduate introductory biology courses.
Contact: Kristin Jenkins
July 18, 2016–May 01, 2017
SimBio invites applications for a Faculty Mentoring Network (FMN) focused on using SimBio’s SimUText Ecology™ as a platform to incorporate more active learning into ecology classrooms. Because students typically complete SimBio chapters before class instructors can focus class time on student-centered activities that build on what students learned at home.
Contact: Alison Hale
September 12–December 02
QUBES is pleased to offer a unique networking and professional development opportunity from September – December 2016 for faculty interested in alleviating math anxiety in undergraduate biology students. This mentoring network will familiarize faculty with background on how math attitudes can impact Biology students, and help participants explore a range of tools to address math attitudes and anxiety in their Biology courses.
Contact: Arietta Fleming-Davies
Undergraduates are invited to present their research at the interface of biology and mathematics and network with students and mentors from across the country.
- Keynote Talks by Mathematicians and Biologists
- Career Panel Discussion
- Graduate School Opportunities Showcase
- Faculty, Students and Local Teachers Invited
Location: University of Tennessee Conference Center - Knoxville, TN
Date: October 8-9, 2016
Registration: September 28, 2016
The Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education (NIBLSE) 2016 conference is being hosted by the University of Nebraska, Omaha from August 3-6. The conference will include reports from various NIBLSE teams, speaker presentations, and small group discussions.
We invite you to the Teaching Computation in the Sciences Using MATLAB workshop focused on building students’ ability to solve problems with computation using MATLAB in their STEM courses. Participants will share their successes developing computational skills using MATLAB in the undergraduate classroom and discuss best practices for the community. By attending the workshop, you will be part of a community effort to bring together best practices and teaching materials that will be made freely available through the SERC website. MathWorks (makers of MATLAB®) is sponsoring the workshop.
Location: Carleton College, Northfield, MN
Date: October 23-25, 2016
Application: Apply till September 2
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InTeGrate is an NSF-funded program that “supports the teaching of geoscience in the context of societal issues, both within geoscience courses and across the undergraduate curriculum.” To help biology faculty use these materials, InTeGrate partnered with QUBES to run a faculty mentoring network.
Integrated Digitized Biocollections (iDigBio) recently participated in the 2016 National Academies Special Topics Summer Institute on Quantitative Biology. Members of the iDigBio team were super productive and used the workshop to their full advantage!
The Spring Conference of the Northeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America (NES/MAA) was held June 3-4 at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine... The meeting’s plenary lectures and organized events relate to quantitative literacy, big data, and mathematical biology.