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ASCB Member Benefit: One-on-One CV Review

Need some help with a cover letter, CV, resume, teaching philosophy, or other document for the next step in your career? Members of the ASCB Education Committee are willing to help. Just fill out a short form, and we’ll put you in touch with the right reviewer. Then the two of you can decide which digital collaboration tool to use (email, Google docs, Skype, Wikispaces, etc.)

Apply here for review.

Career Resources

Resources for Educators

New! Cell Biology Questions and Learning Objectives (PDF)

Using Scientific Teaching to Address NRC’s BIO2010


Members of the Education Committee have recently updated the BioEducate website, which contains resources for teachers and students at the K-12, undergraduate, and graduate levels.

View BioEDUCATE site.

Education Committee

Committee Chair
Susan M. Wick, University of Minnesota

Education Committee Mission and Goals

Vision: Students and cell biology professionals will engage in educational activities that promote the entry of future scientists into the many disciplines available to them for careers. Cell biology education will produce a scientifically literate citizenry able to participate in policy discussions and decisions for the United States and internationally re: science. The science education of the nation's youth is a critical responsibility accepted by the ASCB membership.

Goals: The ASCB Education Committee (EdComm) will: 1) promote biology education, science literacy, and career development in biology-related fields focused on K-12 students, undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty, and science professionals; 2) engage ASCB members in these activities at both ASCB meetings and home institutions; 3) collaborate with the Women in Cell Biology (WICB) Committee and Minorities Affairs Committee to support equity and access to education and these career opportunities; 4) promote EdComm member participation in one educational activity beyond their job requirements each year (a substantive classroom visit, an educational session at a professional meeting, a "town hall meeting" in their congressional district about science education, etc.; 5) encourage all ASCB members to support these goals.

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