On-demand education events
Learn what to expect during an academic faculty job interview and how to prepare for it.Member only content
Learn to use RCSB PDB resources to create graphically rich, deeply annotated and engaging lessons about enzyme function for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students, administrators or funding agencies.
Practical tips from academics on the initial steps of the academic job application process, from navigating the job market, finding and deciphering job advertisements and preparing a competitive application for an assistant professor position.Member only content
Established scientists share their experiences of whether and when to pursue a postdoctoral position and how they leveraged post-Ph.D. training to enhance their careers.Member only content
In this webinar, panelists share their journeys through the qualifying exam and into the next phases of their training and career. Hear from senior graduate students as well as established scientists about steps to take and things to consider when moving beyond the qualifying exam.Member only content
An overview of the Genomics Education Partnership, a consortium formed in 2006 with the goal of providing a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience in genomics which provides a cost-effective addition to undergraduate curricula and is easily adaptable to online and hybrid implementations.Member only content
Learn about the barriers that might be preventing you from successfully designing and implementing authentic CUREs in your classrooms, and ways to overcome them.Member only content
Learn about resources to create a preliminary individualized CURE implementation plan and know next-steps and support available for realizing their individual plans.Member only content
In this panel discussion, speakers at various stages in their training share their perspectives on their decision-making process to pursue advanced training in life sciences and how they set themselves up for success in this pursuit.Member only content
Introducing six structure–function and six biochemical systems instruction methods.Member only content
This workshop is designed to build your confidence in using inclusive teaching strategies in classroom and laboratory communities through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.Member only content
A faculty panel shares experiences and resources, and assists members in creating DEI goals with the support to achieve them.Member only content
An interactive workshop where participants get hands on experience with the use of both augmented reality and LEGO® bricks to explain course content.Member only content
A conversation on supporting mental health and well-being of STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) graduate students building a the recently released report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
This one-day virtual conference featured presentations and discussions on topics such as synchronous, asynchronous and hybrid teaching, virtual labs and assessment, and building a supportive...
This webinar replaces the live Q&A session at the 2020 Annual Meeting and it is free for all to attend.
If you had just one figure, three minutes and a microphone to describe your research — could you do it?