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The goals of the project are to: Build a competent, customized workforce of under-represented students in South Texas for local and regional employment; Improve scientific literacy through course-based research activities; Incorporate NCTM instructional online technology into existing and planned certificate courses; and To provide professional development for high school and college educators. Speakers : Daiyuan Zhang PhD and J. Robert Hatherill PhD (Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX) Read more
Description : The project is designed to increase the participation of individuals from Hispanic communities in plant/agricultural biotechnology. To do so, the project team will develop stackable credentials that prepare students to enter the region’s plant/agricultural biotechnology workforce and can lead to a new associates degree in plant/agriculture biotechnology. This degree program will be designed in collaboration with local industry partners and stakeholders in K- 14 education. Local high school teachers will also receive training in biotechnology skills aligned with the new curriculum, thus creating a pathway from high school into plant/agricultural biotechnology. The project is based at Allan Hancock ... Read more
Talk 1: BUENO: Biotechnology Unified Education Network of Opportunities Project Description : This project based at Texas Southmost College, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is establishing the foundation for the first biotechnology education program in the Rio Grande Valley. The project includes developing curriculum and educational materials, professional development, and program development. Speaker : R. Deborah Overath, Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, TX Learn more about the BUENO: Biotechnology Unified Education Network of Opportunities Project ATE project Read more
Description : Bio Blend responded to biopharmaceutical manufacturing needs for a multiskilled workforce particularly for those entering process and maintenance technician positions.The project includes redeveloping four courses to merge components of both Applied Engineering (AE) and Bioprocess Technology (BT) Associates degrees for an initial smaller cohort of students. All cohort students received internship opportunities and industry-standard DeltaV training/certification in a simulated biopharmaceutical manufacturing environment as well as the potential to earn a BioWork certificate. Speakers : Melissa Robbins and Julie Griffin, Johnston Community College, Clayton, NC Learn more about the Integrating Biotechnology and Applied Engineering ATE project. Read more
Description : This project focuses on developing a training program for protein biomanufacturing. As part of this program, students complete internships in a student-centered Contract Manufacturing Organization. Student interns will be producing Taq polymerase and providing it to the larger bioscience community. Speaker : Aron Kamajaya, PI, Los Angeles Pierce College, Los Angeles, CA Read more