USING THE INTERNET TO DO BIOLOGICAL INQUIRY:
ADVENTURES IN BIOINFORMATICS

CALLING ALL

Present and Future BIOLOGY EDUCATORS And Their Students

You Are Invited To A Free, One-Day Workshop!
AT BELOIT COLLEGE
BELOIT, WISCONSIN
SATURDAY, NOV 11, 2000

Details | The Program | Application | Organized By | Sponsored By | Bioinformatics -- A New Era

Directions and Map to Beloit | Tentative Schedule


Links to the activities from the workshop
and additional bioinformatics resources

Registration from 8:30 to 9AM in the Ruth Peterson room on the second floor of Mayer Hall.
We will post signs and Mayer is building #11 on the South Campus map.


Details:
When:
Saturday, November 11, 2000
8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
**Lunch will be provided**
Where:
Beloit College Campus
700 College Street
Beloit, Wisconsin  53511
Who:
All Biology Educators and their Students--We especially seek teams that include an instructor and 3 or 4 students.
Space is limited--apply early.
What:
A 1-Day workshop exploring biology through bioinformatics.  Workshop participants will have an opportunity to pursue biological inquiry using innovative bioinformatics research and analysis tools that are being specially adapted for use by biology educators at the high school and college levels.
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The Program:
We will be posting the workshop schedule and other information shortly. In the mean time, please contact us if you have questions.
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Application:
Please e-mail the following information to reserve your spot at the workshop. Applications received by Oct 15 will have full consideration. After Oct 15, applications will be accepted as space permits. We will notify you of your acceptance.

Name:

Institution:

Level: (High school student, Undergraduate student, Graduate student, High school teacher, Professor, Other)

E-mail address:

Phone:

How familiar are you with the emerging field of bioinformatics? (very, somewhat, not very)

Additional persons attending with you:

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Organized By:
Kathleen Greene
greene@beloit.edu
608-363-2340

Sam Donovan
donovans@beloit.edu
608-363-2012

Jessica Saykally
saykally@stu.beloit.edu
608-363-4345

Beloit College
700 College Street
Beloit, WI 53511

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Sponsored By:
This workshop is supported by the

    U.S. Department of Education
through their program, Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology

with additional support from

    EOT-PACI
Educational Outreach & Training-Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure

& the

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

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Bioinformatics--A New Era:
from Trends Guide to Bioinformatics, 1998 Elsevier Science.

Tentative Schedule:
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