Past Events

Event

Fri, Feb 3 2023

Welcome to the first talk in the InnovATEBIO 2023 series of virtual ATE project talks. Leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US will be sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

In this first talk, we'll learn about using speed networking as a mechanism to help students connect with employers, advisory board members, and alumni.

Dr. Karen ... Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Jan 27 2023

Come join us and learn more about the Future of the Bioscience Workforce Summit that will be held at the end of June. Dr. Linnea Fletcher will speak about her vision for the summit and her plan to have teams from each state work together on a biotech education roadmap for their state.

Watch the Biotech Summit presentation . Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Jan 20 2023
Student and mentor

These workshops provide students, trainees, and employees with the knowledge, skills, support and clarity they need to effectively assess and successfully navigate any lab environment and achieve their professional and career goals.

All Community College Students, Faculty, and Alumni are welcome to attend. You can attend one workshop or attend them all!

Jan 20th: Establishing Yourself in a New Position

Free Interactive Zoom Workshops
All Workshop Dates and Topics

Friday, December 9th 4-6pm PT - ... Read more
Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Dec 9 2022
Student and mentor
Utilizing an Interview to determine a "Good Fit"

Friday, December 9th, 4-6-m Pacific Time • Free Interactive Zoom Workshop

Presenter : Naledi Saul, MPM, Director, USCF Office of Career and Professional Development

Go beyond focusing solely on presenting yourself as the optimal candidate and utilize the interview to determine if an internship/job opportunity is a "Good Fit" for you! In this workshop, you'll gain strategies to clarify your career and educational goals and frame questions to obtain accurate information to assess if a workplace ... Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Tue, Dec 6 2022
Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities logo

Abstract :

This session will present attendees with a unique opportunity to hear from five panelists and experts within the flow cytometry field. Together they will walk you through an exciting conversation on the evolution of flow cytometry, how it works, and how this technology has evolved, impacting research discoveries and the development of new technologies. This presentation will close with a discussion on spatial flow cytometry and proteomics. The latest and newest era in the development of ... Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Dec 2 2022
This meeting has been canceled and will be rescheduled in the new year.

Did you know that students use your InnovATEBIO program pages when they decide where to attend college?

You can make your page more appealing to students, and possibly improve recruiting, by updating the information on your page.

We are happy to help.

In this community conversation, we will discuss:

what information do adult students and high school students want to see on a program page, and how does this differ? Share examples of program pages that led to student recruitment and some of ... Read more
Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Nov 18 2022

Description : The supply chain hub has been creating a set of wonderful materials for teachers to implement. The presenters will discuss the current supply chain ATE grant and the ongoing work in developing curriculum and materials.

Presenters : Dr. Ying-Tsu Loh, Dr. Terri Quenzer

An overview of the Bay area supply chain. Image credit: Dr. Ying-Tsu Loh

Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Nov 18 2022

Learn more about biotech in Florida! If you are in the Lake Nona area, check out the Biotech Biosymposium and learn what students have been doing in their internships.

Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Wed, Oct 26 2022 to Fri, Oct 28 2022
Logo for IEDB

The Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Program (IEDB) is a freely available resource funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, to advance immunology research. It catalogs experimental data on antibody and T cell epitopes studied in humans, non-human primates, and other animal species in the context of infectious disease, allergy, autoimmunity and transplantation. The IEDB also hosts tools to assist in the prediction and analysis of epitopes. The IEDB team will be hosting one virtual user workshop over three days, approximately 4 hours a day. The workshop is ... Read more

Filed Under: 

Event

Fri, Oct 14 2022
table of pH data from making phosphate buffer

Description : Students often struggle to perform the math calculations required in biotechnology classes and jobs. It is therefore common for students, teachers, and employers to think that these students can’t “do” math. In reality, average students have the math skills required to perform the majority of commonplace biotechnology calculations. But they have difficulty finding and applying appropriately the math tools they possess. In our upcoming webinar on October 14th, a biotechnology instructor and a math instructor will come together to talk about strategies to help ... Read more

Filed Under: 

Pages