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Many nursing programs (particularly those offering a two-year associate’s degree in nursing) are facing pressure to reduce or eliminate microbiology in their curriculum. We invite you to join ASM’s Task Committee on Microbiology in the Nursing Curriculum at the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) 2017 for a series of sessions on challenges facing microbiology in the nursing curriculum, ASM Curriculum Guidelines and a Toolkit to foster the inclusion of microbiology, and a community discussion surrounding these topics. 

Published in Teaching Microbiology

In 2012, Dr. Amy Briggs, an Assistant Professor of Biology at Beloit College attended the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) for the first time. “That conference was transformational for me; it was the most friendly, fun, inspiring, and engaging conference I had ever attended, and it made me want to become a part of that community and get further involved,” she says.

Published in Teaching Microbiology

What do March Madness and the human microbiome have in common? Both are elements of a lab activity for an upper-division microbiology course.

Published in Teaching Microbiology

Planning is underway for the 2017 ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE), and applications are now being accepted for the ASMCUE Textbook Travel Award. We recently checked in with past award winners, who shared their current teaching and research activities as well as tips for fellow faculty.

Published in Teaching Microbiology

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