2010 Summer Fellows Forum Presentations and Materials

This set of presentations is from the 2010 Bio-Link Summer Fellows Forum.

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Vision and Change: Opening Session II - Linnea Fletcher and Yolanda George

Yolanda George, Deputy and Program Director, Education and Human Resources, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Linnea Fletcher, Program Officer, National Science Foundation pre

Virtual Enterprise: Soft and Entrepreneurial Skills

This presentation was made by Edgar Troudt from Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, NY.

photo credit: Stan Kikkert, Mesa Community College

Tracking Graduates II

This was presented by Russ Read and Bill Woodruff.

 

A report that accompanies the presentation is attached.

Summer Fellows Forum Opening Session I: Bio-Link Overview

This is a presentation made by Elaine Johnson at the opening session of the 12th Annual Bio-Link Summer Fellows Forum.

Bio-Link National Center
Scalable Projects: Bridge to Biotech and the Synergy Project

This session was presented by Elaine Johnson, John Carrese, Laurence Clement, Bill Grohe and Edie Kaeuper.

Quality Control at the Community College: Leading by Example

This session was presented by Shelley O'Grady from Austin Community College.

Austin Community College
Measuring Gene Expression in Response to Drought

In this workshop, we will analyze microarray data that were obtained from the GEO database at the NCBI.

Bio-Link National Center
I'll Show You Mine - Johnson County Community College Biotech

This sharing session was led by Luanne Wolfgram, Biotechnology Program Director, Johnson County Community College in Kansas.

Johnson County Community College
How to Add Biomanufacturing to Your Biotechnology Program Workshop

This panel was moderated by Sonia Wallman. Panelists were Jim DeKloe, Lara Dowland, Denielle Thompson and Bill Woodruff.

Solano Community College
Funding Opportunities and Grant Writing Strategies

This session was presented by Linnea Fletcher, Program Officer at the National Science Foundation.

 

Developing a Bio-Link Career Exploration Site

This workshop focused on gathering input on building a web site for learning about biotechnology careers.

Please participate in the survey:  www.surveymonkey.com/s/97YPZFG

Connect With Bio-Link Through Social Media

Have you wondered about the best ways to use social media and sometimes, why people use it at all?

This guide describes some of the ways that Bio-Link is using social media to connect with our community and provides instructions for using each of the different types.

Bio-Link National Center
Basic Laboratory Skills:

This informative session was presented by Jeanette Mowery and Lisa Seidman from Madison Area Technical College.

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