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AJC Bioscience Workforce Article

By: Hunter Lacey, AJC Bioscience jobs and education programs are booming in Georgia, offering a variety of ways for you to begin a career in biomedicine. Just take a look at the numbers, and it’s easy to see why there’s an excitement about working in bioscience, especially if you are interested in being involved in the health and medicine field.

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Janice Cheshire of Walton High, Named Biotech Teacher of the Year

ATLANTA, GA (January 5, 2015) – Janice Cheshire, M.Ed. of Walton High School in Marietta, Georgia has been selected as the 2015 Biotechnology Teacher of the Year. The Teacher of the Year award recognizes excellence in STEM teaching and support for the biotechnology pathway, part of Georgia’s Career Clusters, by a current high school biotechnology

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Georgia BioEd Institute: Partnerships & Beyond

It’s been a busy first year for the Georgia BioEd Institute. Our first anniversary rolled around in August and we have continued to make our mark as the premiere partner organization to strengthen life science workforce in the state! Our program highlights include our teacher trainings where we not only educate teachers on biotechnology and industry

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The Atlanta Science Festival Wants You

The Atlanta Science Festival is a weeklong celebration of local science and technology held March 21-28, 2015. Scientists and educators from local universities, museums and companies will uncover mysteries and explain discoveries in hands-on activities, facility tours, stimulating presentations, and riveting performances for adults and children of

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Georgia BioEd Welcomes New Development Director

November 11, 2014 | Atlanta GA –  Georgia Bio is excited to announce the hiring of Jennifer Kauffman as the Georgia BioEd Institute’s, Development Director. Jennifer’s primary focus is to build strong and lasting programmatic and philanthropic relationships with key stakeholders. Jennifer will play a key role in identifying, fostering and

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Julie A. Johnson Named 2014 Biotech Teacher of the Year

ATLANTA, GA (January 10, 2014) – Julie A. Johnson, RN, MSN/MBA, Ed.S., a Healthcare Science Instructor in Nursing Essentials & Biotechnology at Social Circle High School in Walton County, Georgia has been selected as the 2014 Biotechnology Teacher of the Year.   The Teacher of the Year award recognizes excellence in STEM teaching and support

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Georgia BioEd Institute Debuts

Staff Atlanta Business Chronicle Georgia Bio started the Georgia BioEd Institute to focus on life science education and workforce development Georgia. Georgia Bio will still work on the improvement of business conditions in the industry and advocacy as a trade association, and also will work with Georgia BioEd Institute on activities that support life

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Tift County High Students Can Now Take Biotech Course

TIFTON — Tift County High School is now offering a course that helps prepare students for careers in medicine and agriculture.The “Introduction to Biotechnology” course is being offered with training from the University of Georgia’s Tifton Campus and with a grant from the Georgia Work Ready Program. The course is accepted as a science elective

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