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ACUBE: College and University Teaching Conference

Modified: June 28, 2016

ACUBE (the Associate of College and University Biology Educators) focuses on professional development for college and university biology teachers. Their annual meeting is open to undergraduate and graduate students. For those interested in a teaching at the post-secondary level this is an opportunity to hear talks about teaching and interact with educators. See below for more information.

60th Annual ACUBE Meeting
October 21-22, 2016
Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI

You are invited to attend the 60th Annual Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) Meeting hosted by Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI.

This two day meeting will feature keynote speaker Annie Prud’homme-Généreux who will speak on “The Quest for a Meaningful 21st Century Education” and include a variety of workshops and presentations that will provide you with ways to balance teaching, research and advising and send you home with new and innovative teaching strategies to help improve student learning.

You are also invited to submit a proposal to present at the 60th Annual ACUBE meeting. Your proposal can be on any topic related to college and university biology education. They also welcome student presenters and do award a “Best Student Presentation” (this includes both posters and oral presentations). This would be a wonderful opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain experience presenting at a national meeting. Your session could be one of four types: a 20-minute presentation, a workshop, a roundtable or a poster. 

Registration and submission of abstract proposals begins June 13, 2016. Last date for abstract submission is August 15, 2016. For more details go to http://www.acube.org/annual-meeting/

If you have any questions please contact local arrangements chair:

Debbie Meuler
Cardinal Stritch University
dameuler@stritch.edu
414-410-4136

Activities and Events, Professional Development