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Apply by Jan. 3, 2022. Applicants must be able to attend all of the online meetings, including a kick-off meeting in end of January and weekly small group meetings through the Spring 2022 semester, at a time convenient for participating faculty. All faculty are welcome.

The application collects basic contact and institutional information and includes answers to the following questions:

  • Do you teach biomolecular structure and function? If yes, explain how you do so currently. If no, describe some challenges that you face in teaching this in class. (250 words)
  • Describe your experiences using molecular structural data from the Protein Data Bank in your teaching. Include challenges you have faced and strategies you have used to engage your students in working with data. (250 words)
  • Would you prefer to pilot an existing molecular case study or engage your students in developing a new case for the CaseNet? Please explain why? (100 words)

Once accepted into the Network, participants should commit to the following:

  • Participate in the full FMN through the Spring 2022 semester
  • Either implement at least one of the molecular case studies in your class AND/OR engage your students in writing cases to assess their learning gains. Following the FMN the student authored cases will be reviewed and polished as needed for publication in the Molecular CaseNet.
  • Test and share tutorials and introductory materials on Molecular CaseNet and the QUBES Hub
  • Share teacher notes and applicable classroom materials to receive the Molecular CaseNet Education Scholar certificate

It is important that all participants are able to commit to the full experience. The greatest benefits of these experiences are generated in the interactions with colleagues. Your contributions will be critical to the success of this program.