New Horizons in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Education. Call for proposals

New Horizons in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Education 

Conference Workshop proposals

The conference workshops will provide highly interactive sessions designed for participants
to leave with an outcome which they can take back to their home institution. The workshop
discussions will also provide a think-tank setting in which to draw up ideas to improve the
current approach to teaching these subjects, and generate ideas which will feed in to the
conference recommendations which will be shared with the educational community.

A limited number of these 2 hour workshop slots are available during the conference. The
Workshop proposals, if accepted, will be partially supported.

We invite workshop submissions in the following themes.

  • New technologies in education
  • New methods in education
  • Student engagement
  • Scholarship of learning and teaching
  • Research and career skills
  • Assessment of undergraduate education curriculum

Workshop proposals in other areas will also be considered.

Proposals should include the following information:

Contact details:

  • name(s) of the workshop facilitator(s)
  • Institutional affiliations
  • Email/contact information;

Title of the workshop

Workshop theme

  • New technologies in education
  • New methods in education
  • Student engagement
  • Scholarship of learning and teaching
  • Research and career skills
  • Assessment in undergraduate education Curriculum
  • Other (Please specify)

Abstract (up to 200 words) which states the aims of the workshop

Proposal (up to 750 words) which:

  • discusses the significance of the workshop topic
  • covers the learning goals and outcomes for the workshop
  • provides a detailed description of the workshop
  • describes participants’ active engagement in the workshop

Facilitator(s) relevant experience for this workshop;

Facilities required:

  • Data projector
  • White board(s)
  • Tables and chairs
  • And more ….

Maximum number of participants in workshop

See website


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