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There are several opportunities to share what you have been working on and learn more about your colleagues' projects. We invite you to bring a poster, present a session, or bring ideas and resources to the Work in Progress (WIP) session. You may present in multiple formats, but please submit an application for each presentation!

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The poster session will be held Monday, June 22 at 4:00 pm. Posters should be no larger than 3' x 4'. Appropriate poster topics include educational research projects, pedagogical methods, course curricula, modules, reform efforts, discipline based education research projects on any scale, resources, and assessments

Browse posters from the 2019 Summer Workshop

Interactive Sessions

A limited number of hands on sessions are offered on Tuesday, June 23 at the beginning of the workshop.  The goal is to provide an immersive experience to introduce resources and pedagogical approaches that align with workshop goals including undergraduate research experiences, open education resources, quantitative biology, and equity, inclusion and diversity.  Sessions are an opportunity to disseminate your resources and recruit participants to a project. Participants often continue working with these materials throughout the week, as well as taking them back to their classrooms. Sessions can be either two hours or 30 minutes and are limited to about 15 participants per session.

Browse sessions from the 2019 Summer Workshop

Work In Progress (WIPs)

We are offering an opportunity to share your ideas and projects with colleagues for some quick feedback. We are modifying the idea from the Life Discovery Conference's Share Fair which describes this activity as a way for "educators to share teaching ideas and resources at any stage of development to receive peer feedback." 

Browse WIPs from the 2019 Summer Workshop