2013 BioQUEST Summer Workshop: Transforming STEM Curricula
June 10-17, 2013 at Emory in Atlanta, GA
The summer BioQUEST workshops provide an opportunity for faculty participants to explore contemporary problems in biology and collaborate with other undergraduate science educators and researchers to develop rich learning materials for classroom, laboratory, field or computational experiences. Working group projects started at BQ summer workshops have led to grant proposals, funded projects, publications, and research that are ongoing years later. For 25 years, the BioQUEST community of faculty developers, presenters, and authors have contributed to curricular reform in undergraduate biology education at a wide variety of institutions, education conferences, and professional societies.
You can also look at information about past BioQUEST Summer Workshops
- 2012: Making a Difference with Data
- 2011: Undergraduate Biology in the 21st Century
- 2010: Global Health in Undergraduate Education: Focus on Cyberlearning
- 2009: Green Architecture – Green Curriculum
- 2008: Problem Solving in Biology: Data, Tools and Resources from Plant Science
- 2007: Exploratory Evolution Education
- 2006: Exploring Complex Data Sets
- 2005: Investigating Interdisciplinary Interactions
- 2004: Systems Biology
- 2003: Enabling Exploration for Everyone…
- 2002: Biocomplexity in Undergraduate Education
- 2001: Microbes Count!
- 2000: Developing Curricular Resources…
- 1999: Evolution: Laboratory Field
- 1998: Persuasion in Biology
- 1997: What Can We Learn From Math
Also see the BioQUEST Calendar for information on other events.