Now in its 61st year, the annual ACUBE meeting gathers biology educators from colleges and universities across the country and beyond for a highly dynamic and interactive conference. In line with ACUBE’s mission, we come together to incubate new and innovative teaching ideas, to discuss strategies to involve student research in the biology curriculum, to improve advising and mentoring skills, to become informed about and contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning, and to develop and recognize excellence in teaching. The meeting’s program includes a keynote session, “When group work doesn’t work: Insights from students” by Dr. Peggy Brickman as well as round-tables, workshops, short presentations and poster sessions. Faculty present from the whole spectrum of sub-disciplines within biology. Come to be inspired and leave energized! If you are interested in submitting an abstract, you will need to submit your abstract at the time of registration. We hope you will join us for this exciting and highly collaborative gathering of colleagues dedicated to teaching excellence in biology.
You are invited to submit a proposal to present at the 61st Annual ACUBE meeting October 20th to 21st at Columbia College, Columbia, South Carolina. Your proposal can be on any topic related to college and university biology education. We also welcome student presentations on teaching and learning. Presenting at an ACUBE meeting provides a wonderful opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain experience presenting at a national meeting.
View more information on proposals and the types of presentations you can present at the following link: 61st Annual Meeting Call for Proposals