Designing Scientific Teaching Tools for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Texas State University, March 8, 2014

This workshop is designed to increase participant knowledge and use of student assessment techniques around the pre-identified biochemistry and molecular biology foundational concepts and skills and to actively engage participants in creating assessment tools and best practices.  This workshop is open to all undergraduate faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students interested in undergraduate science education. 

Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
Education Building Room 2127
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Cost: Free

Presenters and Facilitators: Ellis Bell (University of Richmond), Rachell Booth (Texas State University), Ben Caldwell (Missouri Western State University), and Cheryl Sensibaugh (University of New Mexico)

Texas State University is located in San Marcos which is 30 miles from Austin, TX; 50 miles from San Antonio, TX; and 165 miles from Houston, TX. Science Educators from these area institutions will be invited to participate in this workshop.

Overnight lodging is available near campus. 
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Assistance: A small number of stipends (up to $100 each) are available to help defray the cost of lodging.  These stipends are provided based on need and on a first come first served bases.  Please inquire with Weiyi Zhao.  

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