Spring 2020 FMN Announcement: Molecular Case Studies
Molecular Case Studies:
At the Interface of Biology and Chemistry
Applications Due: Dec. 6, 2019
To learn more and apply now!
Are you teaching about intermolecular forces and/or biomolecular structure and function? Want your student to independently visualize, navigate, and analyze protein structures? Apply now to join us for the Spring 2020, Molecular CaseNet/QUBES Faculty Mentoring Network (FMN). Access ready-to-use case studies from Molecular CaseNet, developed at the interface of biology and chemistry, for introductory and advanced courses in biology, chemistry, and related disciplines.
As a participant in this FMN you will be introduced to several different Molecular Case Studies. The cases will be discussed and any of your questions/concerns about the cases can be addressed at this stage. If you are new to molecular structures and visualization, or would like to refresh your memory on how to use some of the relevant data resources, this is an excellent opportunity for you. In the second part of the FMN you have a choice of either pilot testing one of the cases in your classroom or collaborating to develop a new molecular case study. Throughout the semester you will be expected to participate in weekly virtual sessions to receive mentoring, collaborate with and support others in the network.
Applications are due [December 6, 2019]. Please visit https://qubeshub.org/groups/molcasenetfor additional information and instructions on how to apply.