Important Dates 

November 30, 2017:
Session proposal deadline
February 1, 2018:
Registration opens
February 1, 2018:
Abstract submission opens
April 2, 2018:
Abstract submission closes
April 16, 2018:
Travel award application closes
May 21, 2018:
Advance registration deadline
June 1, 2018:
Exhibits and sponsorship deadline
June 21, 2018:
Final Registration deadline


ASMCUE 2017 Final Program 

Past Meeting Materials


Program Committee Chair
Jeffrey Olimpo, PhD

Program Committee Vice-Chair
Jaclyn Madden, MS

All Program Committee Members


Use #ASMCUE and follow @ASMicrobiology on Twitter and Facebook.

2018 ASMCUE AgarArtPlate square  

Agar Art by: Kimberly Payne, 
University of Pittsburgh 


"ASMCUE is my go–to group of like–minded instructors. ASMCUE challenges me and supported me as I improved and found new goals to strive for."
Phil Mixter, Washington State University

Exhibit, Sponsorship, and Ad Opportunities

More than 350 microbiology and biology educators attend the annual ASMCUE. The diverse audience includes a variety of institutions; educators who have just began their careers and educators who have been teaching for years, and a number of different primary student audiences being taught. 

  • Each year, approximately 40-50% of ASMCUE attendees are first-timers.
  • The institutions represented are usually 1/3 undergraduate, 1/3 community college and 1/3 doctoral-granting.
  • Attendees are not only teaching microbiology. Nearly 45% are responsible for the introductory biology course and may be teaching anatomy and physiology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, biotechnology, cancer biology, cell and molecular biology, ecology, immunology, virology, zoology and more!

View the 2018 Exhibitor Flyer.

The Exhibit and Sponsorship Prospectus for ASMCUE 2018 will be available December 2017. 

For questions; or to be added to the ASMCUE exhibitor mailing list, please e-mail asmcue@asmusa.org.

 

 

 

 

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