Strengthening Georgia's Bioscience Workforce Pipeline.
Summer Teacher Trainings Are Being Planned
Georgia BioEd is working to plan at least 2 Biotech 101 teacher training courses for the Summer of 2016. Details will be posted in June. Contact us with any questions at email@example.com. Don’t forget that taking a training gains you access to the Equipment Depot.
Georgia Bio matches scientists from local biotechnology and medtech companies with local biotechnology high school programs to share their experiences, scientific knowledge and information on how science is applied in their business.
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Georgia State University is investigating curricula for a Master’s of Interdisciplinary Studies (MIS) with a concentration in Biotechnology Management. We seek guidance from Biotechnology companies in the Atlanta area on workforce needs. Click here to complete the survey.
The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology at Georgia Institute of Technology is conducting a study to determine the need for educational programs that would supply the state’s industries with technicians and engineering assistants having specific high technology and skills knowledge. Click here to complete the survey.
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