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2017 BioGENEius Challenge

Is there a BioGENEius in your classroom? The BioGENEius Challenge is the premier high school student competition that recognizes outstanding research in biotechnology. Students compete for top honors by creating research projects to address one of three challenge areas: Healthcare, Sustainability, Environment. The Georgia winner will receive a travel

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Marc Pedersen Named 2017 Biotech Teacher of the Year

ATLANTA, GA (January 24, 2017) – Marc Pedersen, Ed.S. of Paulding County High School in Dallas, GA has been selected as the 2017 Georgia Bio 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

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Building Classroom Capacity for Biotechnology

(This article first published in Georgia BioEd Institute’s December 2016 Newsletter) This fall, the Georgia BioEd Institute has reflected on its mission to strengthen Georgia’s life science workforce pipeline and we’ve created new mechanisms to understand how best to support teachers to integrate biotechnology and laboratory science in the

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December 2016 Newsletter

In This Issue: Preparing for Future Careers in Research and Biotech Post-Election 2016 Atlanta Science Festival Launches March 14-25, 2017 Building Classroom Capacity for Biotechnology Shire Tour Promotes Young Women in STEM Transitioning to a Non-Traditional Career Equipment Depot Open House BioGENEius Competition Board Member Profile: Phil Gibson

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Equipment Depot Open Houses in January

Join us for our inaugural Equipment Depot Open House, featuring two dates to swing by our place in Chamblee and pick up the supplies you need to get biotech happening in your classroom. The Equipment Depot provides laboratory supplies, consumables and lendable equipment to middle and high school educators in Georgia. The program is part of Georgia

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What Are Your Classroom Needs?

Calling all teachers – we’d like to learn more about what teachers need in order to more effectively prepare students for postsecondary education and careers in the life sciences. Please help us by completing this 5-minute survey to provide your candid feedback. We value your input!

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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Simran Modi represents Georgia at the 2016 International BioGENEius Challenge in San Francisco.

A senior at the Gwinnett School of Math, Science, and Technology, Simran Modi headed to the 2016 BIO International Convention in San Francisco earlier this month, where she represented Georgia in the International BioGENEius Challenge. In this guest post, she shares her experiences being judged, interviewed, and thrown into the Gene Pool! Ms. Modi

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