Workshops 2019

DNA Barcoding for CURES workshops


Dolan DNA Learning Center
Mailing address:
1 Bungtown Road
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

Located at:
334 Main Street
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

516-367-5170
dnalc@cshl.edu

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Funded by the National Science Foundation
Improving Undergraduate STEM Education Initiative

Please select a workshop:
June 10-14, 2019 - James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

DNA Barcoding for CURES workshops are intended for 2-year or 4-year college science faculty who teach biosciences or biotechnology. High school teachers who wish to update their biology teaching are also welcome to apply, but will be given lower priority. Selection of workshop participants is competitive and based upon an applicant's potential to integrate workshop content into her/his teaching, especially when implementing course-based research for undergraduates early in their postsecondary education.

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Selection Criterion 1: Professional Qualifications and Teaching Experience

Academic degree(s) and major(s):
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Courses taught in the last 5 years:
Describe any teaching or research experiences using biotechnology or bioinformatics:
Describe any teaching or research experience incorporating DNA barcoding:
Describe any ecology teaching or research experience:
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Selection Criterion 2: Implementation

Describe your interest in attending this workshop:
Please propose how and when you anticipate using this training to implement course-based research:
Describe your ability and plans to disseminate the training to colleagues at your institution:

A support letter from the department or division head demonstrating institutional commitment to CURE implementation and evaluation of student outcomes will be required to attend.

Will you be able to provide a letter of support if your are selected for the workshop? :
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Additional Information(Does not affect selection)
 
How did you find out about this workshop?
DNALC email
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Through a professional organization (such as Bio-Link)
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I have previously attended a DNALC or iPlant workshop:
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Will you bring a laptop with wireless capabilities to the workshop?
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