Instructor In Microbiology And General Biology Instructor in Instructor in microbiology and General Biology. 1. teach 15 contact 2.Prepare laboratories, lectures, demonstrations, and activities which foster http://www.henryford.cc.mi.us/about/human_resources/biology1.htm
Extractions: December 16, 2002 Instructor in Microbiology and General Biology (Pending availability of funding) Salary and Benefits Starting salary range of $38,845 to $52,925 on a ten-month basis with a master's degree in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement for full-time faculty. Salary higher for persons with 30 hours or 60 hours beyond the master's degree or for those with a doctorate degree (doctoral range: $44,650-$58,730). Benefits include fully paid hospital-surgical-medical, dental, and optical insurance for employee and eligible dependents; term life, disability, and long-term care insurance for employee; sick leave provisions; and personal business days. Employees are part of the Michigan Public School Employees' Retirement System or may choose the Optional Retirement Plan offered through TIAA-CREF. Duties and Responsibilities Qualifications Academic Preparation Professional Experience Preference will be given to candidates with recent experience teaching micro lecture and laboratory at the community college level. Consideration will also be given to candidates demonstrating effective teaching experience in general biology curricula.
Extractions: Table of contents Next section Previous section CELS home page Faculty members collaborate with colleagues in a variety of ways to improve teaching throughout their careers. Professional societies can promote colloquia on pedagogy, mentoring programs for new faculty, and formal preparation of future faculty members in the scholarship of teaching. Representative examples of mentoring programs supported by professional societies are described below. Dr. Susan Cook (left), past chair of the educational council of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology and the education director at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution (Fort Pierce, Fla.), is shown collecting and observing marine organisms with Dr. Diane Nelson, professor of Biological Sciences at East Tennessee State University (Johnson City, Tenn.). Dr. Nelson teaches summer courses for undergraduate students at Harbor Branch. The American Physiological Society is administering "
Extractions: Table of contents Next section Previous section CELS home page The annual meetings of scientific societies in the life sciences provide an opportunity for members to exchange scientific knowledge and engage in the scholarly dissemination of research. In recent years, many of these societies have also instituted education sessions that include workshops, posters, papers, lectures, roundtable discussions, and exhibits. The sampling of activities described herein illustrates the rich variety of offerings. Annual meetings reflect the nature of the societies' membership; some are evenly balanced among research, teaching, and public service, while others emphasize only one aspect of scholarly activity. Several societies devoted primarily to undergraduate biology education, for example, program their annual meetings for sharing expertise, philosophies, and resources germane to teaching undergraduate students. A number of societies offer travel grants to encourage faculty to participate in the national meetings, particularly in the education sessions. The
Trevor Bryant's Personal Page and I have been invited to teach courses in My research activities are divided betweenpersonal and My personal research involves computers and microbiology. http://www.som.soton.ac.uk/staff/tnb/
Extractions: My undergraduate training was as a Biochemist at the University of Bristol. I stayed on to undertake a PhD in Protein Crystallography and it was the computational side of the training that lead me into computing. I moved to the University of Surrey and providing computer support for the Department of Biological Sciences and working closely with John Smith, Professor of Microbiology. In 1984 I moved to Southampton to take up the Lectureship in Biocomputation and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1996. I currently Chair the Department of Medical Computing, having previously headed up the Medical Statistics and Computing group from 1997-1999. Teaching takes up the major part of my activities. I teach aspects of Information Technology and Research Methods to a variety of groups including 1st and 4th year medical students, MSc and PhD students across the School and Faculty. I am course co-ordinator for the MSc/Diploma/Certificates, programme for Research Methods in Health which has developed from a single certificate into a part-time MSc course. My teaching activities extend beyond Southampton and I have been invited to teach courses in Singapore (1997, 1999, 2000) and South Africa (1999). My research activities are divided between personal and collaborative research.
Hillsboro School District 1J - Mousepad Winter 2001 To learn more about the Intel® teach to the Future program, check the website readup on science news, try doit-at-home microbiology activities, test their http://www.hsd.k12.or.us/district/cia/mousepad/mousepad-winter2001.htm
Extractions: WINTER 2001 In this issue: Getting the Kinks Out of Our Links [BACK TO TOP] Resolving Conflicts We appreciate your patience and suggest a few simple strategies to try when the network seems "cranky": Log off the computer. Turn off the computer. Restart the computer. Log on. If this does not work, wait 5 - 10 minutes and repeat the above steps. If you are still not able to sign on, call the Help Desk at 503-844-1513 or x5813 C-Net. [BACK TO TOP] Intel ® Teach to the Future "A playground for teachers." Thats how master teacher Deanna Crackel describes the sense of discovery and camaraderie that enlivened the class she recently instructed in the Intel® Teach to the Future program. Crackel is one of 10 Hillsboro School District master teachers showing fellow teachers how to incorporate technology into teaching through the program. Over the next three years, each master teacher will train
Untitled and coordinate all phases of the microbiology laboratory activities with complete reviseprocedures and techniques, conduct research, teach and make http://www.dscs.state.la.us/ClassPay/Jobspecs/117740.htm
Extractions: To provide diagnostic medical microbiology services in and for a large medical center, as well as teach at all levels in the medical center. Incumbents plan, schedule, supervise and coordinate all phases of the microbiology laboratory activities with complete technical and administrative independence and are expected to revise procedures and techniques, conduct research, teach and make appropriate personnel changes, subject to change only by the Laboratory Director. LEVEL OF WORK:
Resources For Life Science Teachers organization that supports research and education in microbiology. use of microorganismsto teach science in database of fieldtested activities for elementary http://www.microbeworld.org/htm/mam/teacherres.htm
Microbiology Faculty I currently coteach two courses the General microbiology modules that illustratebasic concepts of microbiology, to interactive activities presented on http://www.micro.cornell.edu/faculty.SMerkel.html
Extractions: E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org I currently co-teach two courses: the General Microbiology Lecture ( ) and Teaching Contemporary Biology (BioG410). The General Microbiology course is a lecture-style course with an enrollment of 150 to 200 students each semester. To help the students to better understand the complex, dynamic (and fascinating!) interactions within the realm of microbiology, we have developed a series of computer-based teaching tools, from stand alone, animated modules that illustrate basic concepts of microbiology, to interactive activities presented on our Web site: http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/biomi290/ This interest in developing and using computer-based teaching tools has led me into the realm of educational evaluation. Having developed these tools, we are studying ways to make them more effective. This is not an easy question to ask, and we continue to struggle, along with many others, to develop ways to assess the effectiveness of this new technology. Teaching Contemporary Biology (BioG410) is a unique experiential course that allows a small group of undergraduate students to experience, first-hand, the joys (and challenges!) of teaching. We teach microbiology labs to these undergraduate students, then help them develop teaching plans for a high school biology class. They then spend one week over Winter break in a class room in Rochester, NY, teaching their labs to high school biology students. The Cornell undergraduate students end up learning more about science and themselves than the high school students!
Microbiology Research the few in Australasia, to teach a specific Current research activities of theme groupsencompass multiple The Department of microbiology contains a number of http://microbes.otago.ac.nz/dept/RESEARCH/research.html
Extractions: Homepages for postgraduate students within the department Themes at Otago In order to provide formal recognition and support for outstanding research activity in the University, the Research Committee initiated a process for soliciting and reviewing submissions on areas of research strengths from staff in 1996. The Committee established two levels of recognition: Major Themes and Emerging Research Themes and Areas of Research Excellence. During 1999, all Theme groups participated in a self- and external review process and new applications for recognition were considered. Areas of Research Excellence were also reviewed and new submissions sought and considered. As a result of this process, the University currently extends recognition to
New York Hall Of Science - Education program enables participants to rent the microbiology Rental Kit. all grades StarlabEngage in creative activities designed to teach about rudimentary http://www.nyhallsci.org/nyhs-education/ed-education/ed-teacher.html
KU CredTran Data For Oral Roberts University BIO, 310, microbiology, 3.00, MCRB, NB, microbiology, 3.00. HPE, 072, VARSITY BASEBALL,1.00, HSES, 0108, activities, 1.00. HPE, 083, PE/PRAC teach, 0.50, HSES, U, PE/PRACteach, http://lark.cc.ukans.edu/~irdata/transequiv/OK/006552.html
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SWBIC - Educational Games Window MicrobeWorld American Society for microbiology A guide world of microbes,including activities and games Wide Web game intended to teach students and http://www.swbic.org/links/220.127.116.11.php
Extractions: Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home Web Links Science Topics Advanced ... Frequently Asked Questions Find detailed information about thousands of materials for K-12 math and science. Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants. Use science topic words to find web sites with lesson plans and activities. Optics for kids
Extractions: National Technical University of Athens The academic staff of the Department teach a total of 27 courses of the Civil Engineering curriculum, some of which are addressed to all the students of the Faculty and others to those who follow the Hydraulic Engineering option, as well as 2 courses to the Faculty of Rural and Surveying Engineering of NTUA. In addition, they teach 25 postgraduate courses for the Interdisciplinary-Interdepartmental Postgraduate Programme on Water Resources Science and Technology, and additional courses for other postgraduate programmes. The staff also supervises final-year students carrying out diploma theses, postgraduate theses as well as PhD dissertations. Compulsory Elective All options Hydraulic engineering option Ecology for Engineers Introduction to Energy Technology Fluid Mechanics Environmental Technology Engineering Hydrology Applied Hydraulics Typical Hydraulic Works Maritime Hydraulics and Harbour Engineering Free Surface Flow Experimental Hydraulics Unsteady Flows Hydropower Works Coastal Engineering Sanitary Engineering Water Resources Systems Technology Irrigation Engineering Groundwater Stochastic Hydrology Treatment of Water and Industrial Waste Offshore Structures Treatment and Disposal of Domestic Liquid Waste Environmental Impacts of Hydraulic Projects Topics in Harbour Works Computational Hydraulics
Science Teacher On-line Resource Page Science Chemistry Biology Physics Physical Science microbiology AquaticEcology for science teaching information and activities to help teach); http://www.pwcs.edu/pwc/science/resource.htm
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QCC - Personnel teach microbiology. Knowledge of Medical microbiology as well as Microbiologicallaboratory procedures required. Participate in Departmental activities http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/Personnel/PVNs/biology_faculty_positions.htm
Extractions: QCC Site Links Academic Advisement Academic Affairs Department Academic Areas of Interest Academic Computing Center Alumni Relations Academic Departments Admissions Admissions - General Information Academic Preparation CUNY Skills Assessment Tests H.S. Equivalency Diploma (GED) Medical Exam Reqs Pre-Admission Counseling Required Immunizations Residence and Tuition Transfer Student Handbook Alumni Relations Athletics Basic Skills Learning Center Blackboard Bookstore Box Office Calendars Campus Tour Career Services Catalogs Child Care CISCO Training Class Schedule Clubs College Affiliates Art Gallery Holocaust Center Performing Arts Newman Center College Now Commencement Information Communique Continuing Education Corporate Services Counseling Course Descriptions by Area of Interest by Discipline CUNY CUNY Admissions Page CUNY WriteSite Dates Departmental Webs Directions to QCC Disabled Student Services Email Faculty Email Access Student Email Access Student Email FAQs Student Email Procedure Equal Opportunity Programs AMP CLIP College Discovery College Now CSTEP Homebound Honors Program Port of Entry Project Prize ESL Faculty Development Final Exam Schedule Financial Aid Food Court Giving to QCC Governance Committees Policies and Regulations Technology Plan Health Services High School Counselors Homebound Nominating Students Received by Faculty
Faculty Profiles activities Medical Pathology Course, teach in all Clinical Micro Educational activitiesCourse director aided instruction, automated microbiology Awards and http://www2.kumc.edu/pathology/pathweb/faculty profiles.htm
Extractions: click on physician names to view photographs Patricia Thomas, M.D., Professor and Interim Chairman of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Director of Cytopathology Education: M.D. New York University, 1986 AB Harvard University (Hardvard-Radcliffe Colleges), 1980 MA University of Kansas, 1982 Residency: Resident New York University, 1990 Board Certification: Anatomic Pathology, 1991 Cytopathology, 1994 Service Activities: Cytopathology, Surgical Pathology and Administration Educational Activities: Breast Pathology, Cytopathology, Fine Needle Aspiration, and General Surgical Pathology Research Interests: Cancer Biomarkers, Racial Disparities in Cancer Prevention and Control, Healthcare Research and Policy Awards and Honors: Teacher of the Year Nomination National Wenger Award Reviewer, Cancer Cytopathology Greater Kansas City Black Nurses Association Certificate of Recognition Reviewer, American Journal of Pathology Harrison Clarke Anderson, M.D.,
University Of Iowa - Microbiology - Graduate Studies of the fall semester, initiates the year's activities. I initially liked about microbiologywas studying how freely people exchange equipment, teach each other http://www.medicine.uiowa.edu/microbiology/educational/gradstudies2.html
Extractions: The course of graduate studies is designed so that after receiving their Ph.D., students will have expertise in research in a specific area of microbiology. The Department of Microbiology consists of 33 faculty members with strengths in bacterial genetics and physiology, animal virology, pathogenic bacteriology and virology, and immunology. Areas of research include Bioinformatics, Cellular Microbiology, Molecular Virology and Immunology, Bacterial Biochemistry and Physiology, Bioremediation, Bacterial and Viral pathogenesis, and Molecular Parasitology. By working in the laboratory of their Ph.D. adviser, students learn to define and experimentally investigate scientific questions and to conduct original research in preparation for positions in academia, government and industry. The first year of studies typically is devoted to course work and to rotations in three or four laboratories. These research experiences are designed to familiarize students with the range of research interests of the department faculty and to facilitate the selection of a Ph.D. adviser. The second year is spent partly in course work and partly on research in the adviser's laboratory. With guidance from their adviser, students also define their thesis research problem during this year. As course work is completed, students write and orally defend before their thesis committee a research proposal unrelated to their own research. Successful completion of this comprehensive examination results in advancement to candidacy for the Ph.D. Research and the successful defense of a dissertation complete the requirements for the Ph.D. in Microbiology.
University Of Iowa - Microbiology - Undergrad Studies Its faculty members teach and perform research in posts information on programs, activities,scholarships and The microbiology Honors Program requires 25 hours http://www.medicine.uiowa.edu/microbiology/educational/undergradstudies.html
Extractions: Microbiology is the branch of biology dealing with the smallest of living things: bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, and viruses. Immunology is the study of the response of higher organisms to foreign substances. Because of their rapid growth rate and relative simplicity, microbes are often the experimental subjects of choice for examining basic genetic and biological phenomena. A significant fraction of contemporary biochemical research employs microbiological and immunological methods. Some research areas in which practical and theoretical advances are occurring include: the study and evolution of microbial species pathogenic to animals, plants, and humans; the use of recombinant DNA methods to analyze basic biological processes and generate valuable products; the nature and occurrence of microbial life in extreme or unusual environments; the role of microbes in stabilization of the biosphere by recycling and detoxifying waste products; and the genetics and regulation of the immune response.
Classroom Activities in his teaching of Introductory microbiology and the in UNIX, conduct UMBC classes,teach the programming of MundoHispano for a number of activities related to http://www.uiowa.edu/~ddrhet/activities.htm
Extractions: Classroom Activities Amy Bruckman has used MOOs in her teaching since October of 1985. She is the founder of both MediaMOO, a MUD designed to be a professional community for media researchers, and MOOSE Crossing, a constructionist learning environment designed to get kids excited about reading, writing, and programming. For more information about her classroom activities, please see her homepage Michael Brundage has been using MOOs in his teaching of freshman-level multivariable calculus and geometry for about a year and a half. For the freshman calculus course, the MOO functioned as a fancy Web server, providing access to online copies of handouts given in class, answer keys (not usually available in class), test schedules, interactive worksheets (such as a partial differentiation drill), bulletin boards, and even a Mathematica graphing engine (which allowed students to enter a one, two, or three variable equation and then see its graph). Used in this capacity, the MOO was accessed over 1000 times each week. Jeff Cooper teaches English at Richmond High School. He has used MOOs to conference with students on-line and to introduce students to object oriented programming.