Spring 2013 Workshop Announcement

USM NanoDiscovery Labs / Department of Applied Medical Sciences
 National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award
 
Spring 2013 Program for K-12 Teachers
and Pre-service Teachers
Microbes, Microscopy, Molecules, and More
 
NANOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE
 
(Introducing Frontiers of Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology and classroom nanotechnology resources)

 

Saturdays, 9:00AM–11:30AM

(March 2, 9, 16, 23)

 
Discussions in Science Building Room 007
Laboratory Sessions in Science Room 072, USM Portland Campus

For information and enrollment contact Gail Fletcher, gfletcher@usm.maine.edu, (207) 780-4377

 
Participants Receive (at no cost):

CEU credit* (1.0 CEUs for full participation)

Access to collaborative classroom/laboratory support

Course nanotechnology readings

                  *Inquire if interested in an option of USM, Department of Applied Medical Sciences course (AMS 633) credit
 
SEPA FACULTY AND STAFF:

S. Monroe Duboise, Ph. D., Associate Professor, Applied Medical Sciences, USM

Gail Fletcher, Ph. D., Microbiology Educator

Karen Moulton, M.S., Electron Microscopy and Virology Lab Manager

Victor Serio, M.S., Coordinator of Outreach Programs SEPA Micro- and Nano-space Explorations of Health and Disease

 

Sponsored by National Institutes of Health, Science Education Partnership Award (NIH, R25 OD 010937).  Micro- and Nano-space Explorations of Health and Disease. Project director, S. Monroe Duboise, USM Applied Medical Sciences, duboise@usm.maine.edu