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GaBioEd Newsletter June 2016: BioGENEius Awards; Exec. Interview; GSU MIS Degree; Cover Letters; ASF; STEMVoice; National Workforce Trends Report

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LATEST GABIOED NEWSLETTER Letter from the Executive Director Georgia Wins Top BioGENEius Honors  ELN Executive Interview Series: Jamie Graham, Kirkpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP GSU Welcomes a New Master of Interdisciplinary Studies in Biomedical Enterprise Tips on Cover Letters Atlanta Science Festival Celebrates a Third

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Seizing the opportunity to rebuild U.S. leadership in STEM

The United States is not only falling behind other countries on many key science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) indicators, but our public investment in STEM education has steadily declined at the same time that other countries—including our biggest global competitors—are making substantial investments. The choices we make now will

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Georgia BioEd Institute Hires Executive Director

Atlanta, GA (May 23, 2016) – Georgia Bio, a private, non-profit association that promotes the life sciences industry in Georgia, is thrilled to announce Jordan Rose as the new Executive Director of the Georgia BioEd Institute. Rose will be responsible for strategic and operational direction to fulfill the organization’s mission to grow Georgia’s

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Gov. Deal signs bills to reward students for taking STEM classes

Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation Tuesday rewarding Georgia high school students for taking more rigorous courses in certain subjects. The bill, which sailed through the General Assembly unanimously, will give students enrolled in the so-called STEM courses (science, technology, engineering or math) extra credit toward qualifying for a HOPE scholarship.

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Bill promoting STEM courses clears General Assembly

Legislation encouraging Georgia high school students to take rigorous courses has completed its smooth course through the General Assembly. The state House of Representatives gave final passage Tuesday night to a bill that would give students enrolled in the so-called STEM courses (science, technology, engineering or math) extra credit toward qualifying

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GaBioEd Newsletter March 2016

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LATEST GABIOED NEWSLETTER ELN Executive Interview Series: UGA’s founding director of Discovery and Innovation Partnerships, Crystal Leach The 2016 Atlanta Science Festival The Importance of Diversifying your Mentoring Team Computer Science is a Basic Skill What Employers Want to See in a Resume Zika Virus: The Latest Mosquito-Borne

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