The Ciliate Genomics Consortium is a professional learning community that shares modular curricula to support undergraduate research in the classroom.

About CGC

The Ciliate Genomics Consortium (CGC) is a student-centered, nation-wide collaborative learning community that uses scalable functional genomics research for integration into courses in a variety of biology sub-disciplines. The CGC employs an integrative teaching and research model that combines both inquiry-driven class laboratory activities and collaborative consortium pedagogies to advance faculty research. 

The Ciliate Genomics Consortium (CGC) employs an integrative teaching and research model that combines both inquiry-driven class laboratory activities and collaborative consortium pedagogies to advance faculty research.
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Contact any of the liaisons below with questions

Emily Wiley 

Claremont McKenna College

CGC liaison

Doug Chalker

Washington University in St. Louis

CGC liaison

Sam Donovan 

University of Pittsburgh

QUBES liaison