Fellow educators, please register for the upcoming Undergraduate Educator Network webinar “Don’t Sweat It…Three Dry Labs for Undergraduate Toxicology Programs.”
The webinar is scheduled for 12:00 pm (noon) EST Thursday, January 11, 2018, and is hosted by the Undergraduate Education Subcommittee. Your presence will be much appreciated. But more than that, you will learn practical cutting-edge ways to incorporate various aspects of this webinar into your toxicology courses.
The webinar topics involve pearls of wisdom regarding bioinformatics tools for protein function assessment (Dr. Kai Low, St. John’s University), statistical tools for “big” data set analyses (Dr. Vanessa Fitsanakis, Northeastern Ohio Medical University), and there also will be a lesson in coding for biological- and toxicological-based computational analyses (Dr. David Reif, North Carolina State University). This is going to be awesome! Please plan to attend. It’s about an hour, it’s free, and your toxicology pedagogy will shine throughout the New Year as you begin to incorporate these skills into your teaching. Indeed, simply put, this free webinar WILL help unlock the dry lab in you and you WILL become a better and brighter toxicologist for simply attending. Start off 2018 the right way. You’ll be glad you did.
This webinar is the ninth contribution to the series that provides teaching resources for undergraduate educators. Recordings of the previous webinars are linked from the UEN webinar page.