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The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB) Concept Inventory project is built on the concept of bringing together a large network of undergraduate faculty and researchers to develop a central, web-based Concept Inventory (a rich resource of validated assessment tools and approaches) specifically designed for biochemistry and molecular biology educators at colleges and universities.  This central resource, the BMB Concept Inventory, will be a convergence of assessment tools based on the foundational concepts, discipline specific knowledge and essential skills necessary to prepare students to take on the challenges of molecular life science research in the 21st century.

By developing the BMB Concept Inventory, our goal is to broadly impact biochemistry and molecular biology education across the U.S. at  the program, departmental, course and faculty levels. 

Additionally, this project aims to serve as a hub to connect biochemistry and molecular biology faculty from diverse communities, institutions and backgrounds. 

 

 

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Join Us at Texas State UniversityVandCJanuary 17, 2014 – Our next workshop will be held at Texas State University on March 8, 2014.  The focus of this workshop will be on assessing student learning in biochemistry and molecular biology and on developing an online database of BMB instructional resources. More.

 
Join us at the University of California Santa Barbara

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December 12, 2013 – Our next workshop will be held at the University of Santa Barbara on On February 8, 2014.  The focus of this workshop will be on assessing student learning in biochemistry and molecular biology and on developing an online database of BMB instructional resources.  More...