2017 BIFP Brochure

BIFP Institutional Partners Laboratory Skills Boot Camp Alamance Commuinty College Forsyth Tech Community College Rowan Cabarrus Community College Capstone Center Wake Technical CC Natural Products Laboratory AB Tech CC BRITE North Carolina Central University Center for Design Innovation David H Murdock Research Institute Gateway University Research Park Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NC Biotechnology Center NC Research Campus NC State Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Frequently Asked Questions 1 How do you qualify to be a Fellow a Accomplished instructors educational professionals with strong leadership potential high impact an interest in learning sharing new insights in the bioscience industry b Currently in good standing with their home institution c Nominated by their administration d Fellows must exhibit a willingness to share data on the outcomes of this experience 2 How do I apply a Complete an application at https www surveymonkey com s 3VL2N32 b Submit a current resume and two letters of reference c Telephone interview with Selection Committee 3 Is there compensation for participants In addition to meals transportation and lodging a weekly training stipend of 350 will be awarded to Fellows who qualify NSF ATE DUE Grant 1304010 Gives a real feel of what is going on in the biotech industry BIFP Fellow 4 Is past training in the biosciences required No All disciplines are encouraged but an interest in science and laboratory applications is required 5 When and where will this Fellowship occur The Fellowship Project will be held in North Carolina from June 5th June 29th 2017 Fellows will participate in laboratory boot camps at 3 of NC s community colleges and visit multiple educational institutions and industry sites For more information Russ Read PI rread forsythtech edu Denise Schweizer Co PI denise schweizer rccc edu Allison Nestor Assistant anestor forsythtech edu Mary Flournoy Assistant m ournoy forsythtech edu www biotechworkforce org
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BIFP Leadership Russ H Read is the BIFP PI What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program The Biosciences Industrial Fellowship Program BIFP funded by The National Science Foundation through the Advanced Technological Education Program Grant 1304010 is a four week hands on and observational fellowship program for high impact instructors Fellows reside in Winston Salem North Carolina from June 5 29th 2017 During their stay Fellows will travel to multiple university educational program research park and NC Biosciences industrial facility laboratories to elucidate a further understanding of how their curricula translates in this expansive industry In addition to the observational site visits Fellows are immersed in a skills lab boot camp provided by three of NC community colleges covering a broad range of skills including but not limited to instrumentation sample preparation cell culture and transfection Fellows will also gain invaluable insight from industry leaders that provide first hand experience the application of concepts techniques and skills that students will need in order to successfully enter the bioscience workforce He has worked in the bio science industry for over thirty five years He served as an executive Burroughs Wellcome and Glaxo Wellcome companies Russ was heavily involved with the commercial development of antivirals like AZT and 3TC Russ was the CEO the Kucera Pharmaceutical Company a start up biopharmacuetical company He has recently led a national biotechnology workforce effort for twelve years called the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NCBW The NCBW focuses on achieving best practices for bioscience workforce training with its national partners such as the NSF Russ currently serves on the Advisory Committee for the NC Biotech Center s Piedmont Triad regional office and is a Director of NC BIO He also serves on the National Visitor s Committee on the NSF ATE national program called Bio Link and is an advisor to the NSF ATE NBC2 Program Denise Schweizer is the BIFP Co PI and is the Division Chair of Physical Sciences at Rowan Cabarrus Community College Denise graduated with a Master s degree from Ohio State University in Food Science and Nutrition Development and worked with Ross Laboratories Research and Development Denise has been an instructor with RCCC for the past 16 years and established the Analytical Chemistry lab to support the Biotechnology program on the North Carolina Research Campus When not working Denise takes care of her family s small farm In addition to Biotechnology she is interested in Water Quality issues The BIFP will Help instructors contextualize learning by providing real world exposure through hands on extern ships in bioscience industry organizational settings Demonstrate key competencies critical bioscience workforce skills to help prepare students for increasingly technical coursework geared to industry standards Make meaningful associations between classroom workplace by producing inquiry based curriculum materials that integrate valid bioscience concepts and processes Enable education professionals to generate a better prepared workforce and highlight new career opportunities What the Fellows have to say I can now answer with confidence the question why do I need to know this I am excited to share this experience and the new applications with both my students and colleagues It is definitely the best professional development I have done in my career The learning module allowed me to see how I can incorporate examples from biosciences into my developmental math classes
BIFP Leadership Russ H. Read is the BIFP PI.  What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program  The Biosciences Industrial...
BIFP Leadership Russ H Read is the BIFP PI What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program The Biosciences Industrial Fellowship Program BIFP funded by The National Science Foundation through the Advanced Technological Education Program Grant 1304010 is a four week hands on and observational fellowship program for high impact instructors Fellows reside in Winston Salem North Carolina from June 5 29th 2017 During their stay Fellows will travel to multiple university educational program research park and NC Biosciences industrial facility laboratories to elucidate a further understanding of how their curricula translates in this expansive industry In addition to the observational site visits Fellows are immersed in a skills lab boot camp provided by three of NC community colleges covering a broad range of skills including but not limited to instrumentation sample preparation cell culture and transfection Fellows will also gain invaluable insight from industry leaders that provide first hand experience the application of concepts techniques and skills that students will need in order to successfully enter the bioscience workforce He has worked in the bio science industry for over thirty five years He served as an executive Burroughs Wellcome and Glaxo Wellcome companies Russ was heavily involved with the commercial development of antivirals like AZT and 3TC Russ was the CEO the Kucera Pharmaceutical Company a start up biopharmacuetical company He has recently led a national biotechnology workforce effort for twelve years called the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NCBW The NCBW focuses on achieving best practices for bioscience workforce training with its national partners such as the NSF Russ currently serves on the Advisory Committee for the NC Biotech Center s Piedmont Triad regional office and is a Director of NC BIO He also serves on the National Visitor s Committee on the NSF ATE national program called Bio Link and is an advisor to the NSF ATE NBC2 Program Denise Schweizer is the BIFP Co PI and is the Division Chair of Physical Sciences at Rowan Cabarrus Community College Denise graduated with a Master s degree from Ohio State University in Food Science and Nutrition Development and worked with Ross Laboratories Research and Development Denise has been an instructor with RCCC for the past 16 years and established the Analytical Chemistry lab to support the Biotechnology program on the North Carolina Research Campus When not working Denise takes care of her family s small farm In addition to Biotechnology she is interested in Water Quality issues The BIFP will Help instructors contextualize learning by providing real world exposure through hands on extern ships in bioscience industry organizational settings Demonstrate key competencies critical bioscience workforce skills to help prepare students for increasingly technical coursework geared to industry standards Make meaningful associations between classroom workplace by producing inquiry based curriculum materials that integrate valid bioscience concepts and processes Enable education professionals to generate a better prepared workforce and highlight new career opportunities What the Fellows have to say I can now answer with confidence the question why do I need to know this I am excited to share this experience and the new applications with both my students and colleagues It is definitely the best professional development I have done in my career The learning module allowed me to see how I can incorporate examples from biosciences into my developmental math classes
BIFP Leadership Russ H. Read is the BIFP PI.  What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program  The Biosciences Industrial...
BIFP Leadership Russ H Read is the BIFP PI What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program The Biosciences Industrial Fellowship Program BIFP funded by The National Science Foundation through the Advanced Technological Education Program Grant 1304010 is a four week hands on and observational fellowship program for high impact instructors Fellows reside in Winston Salem North Carolina from June 5 29th 2017 During their stay Fellows will travel to multiple university educational program research park and NC Biosciences industrial facility laboratories to elucidate a further understanding of how their curricula translates in this expansive industry In addition to the observational site visits Fellows are immersed in a skills lab boot camp provided by three of NC community colleges covering a broad range of skills including but not limited to instrumentation sample preparation cell culture and transfection Fellows will also gain invaluable insight from industry leaders that provide first hand experience the application of concepts techniques and skills that students will need in order to successfully enter the bioscience workforce He has worked in the bio science industry for over thirty five years He served as an executive Burroughs Wellcome and Glaxo Wellcome companies Russ was heavily involved with the commercial development of antivirals like AZT and 3TC Russ was the CEO the Kucera Pharmaceutical Company a start up biopharmacuetical company He has recently led a national biotechnology workforce effort for twelve years called the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NCBW The NCBW focuses on achieving best practices for bioscience workforce training with its national partners such as the NSF Russ currently serves on the Advisory Committee for the NC Biotech Center s Piedmont Triad regional office and is a Director of NC BIO He also serves on the National Visitor s Committee on the NSF ATE national program called Bio Link and is an advisor to the NSF ATE NBC2 Program Denise Schweizer is the BIFP Co PI and is the Division Chair of Physical Sciences at Rowan Cabarrus Community College Denise graduated with a Master s degree from Ohio State University in Food Science and Nutrition Development and worked with Ross Laboratories Research and Development Denise has been an instructor with RCCC for the past 16 years and established the Analytical Chemistry lab to support the Biotechnology program on the North Carolina Research Campus When not working Denise takes care of her family s small farm In addition to Biotechnology she is interested in Water Quality issues The BIFP will Help instructors contextualize learning by providing real world exposure through hands on extern ships in bioscience industry organizational settings Demonstrate key competencies critical bioscience workforce skills to help prepare students for increasingly technical coursework geared to industry standards Make meaningful associations between classroom workplace by producing inquiry based curriculum materials that integrate valid bioscience concepts and processes Enable education professionals to generate a better prepared workforce and highlight new career opportunities What the Fellows have to say I can now answer with confidence the question why do I need to know this I am excited to share this experience and the new applications with both my students and colleagues It is definitely the best professional development I have done in my career The learning module allowed me to see how I can incorporate examples from biosciences into my developmental math classes
BIFP Leadership Russ H. Read is the BIFP PI.  What is the Biosciences Industry Fellows Program  The Biosciences Industrial...
BIFP Institutional Partners Laboratory Skills Boot Camp Alamance Commuinty College Forsyth Tech Community College Rowan Cabarrus Community College Capstone Center Wake Technical CC Natural Products Laboratory AB Tech CC BRITE North Carolina Central University Center for Design Innovation David H Murdock Research Institute Gateway University Research Park Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NC Biotechnology Center NC Research Campus NC State Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Frequently Asked Questions 1 How do you qualify to be a Fellow a Accomplished instructors educational professionals with strong leadership potential high impact an interest in learning sharing new insights in the bioscience industry b Currently in good standing with their home institution c Nominated by their administration d Fellows must exhibit a willingness to share data on the outcomes of this experience 2 How do I apply a Complete an application at https www surveymonkey com s 3VL2N32 b Submit a current resume and two letters of reference c Telephone interview with Selection Committee 3 Is there compensation for participants In addition to meals transportation and lodging a weekly training stipend of 350 will be awarded to Fellows who qualify NSF ATE DUE Grant 1304010 Gives a real feel of what is going on in the biotech industry BIFP Fellow 4 Is past training in the biosciences required No All disciplines are encouraged but an interest in science and laboratory applications is required 5 When and where will this Fellowship occur The Fellowship Project will be held in North Carolina from June 5th June 29th 2017 Fellows will participate in laboratory boot camps at 3 of NC s community colleges and visit multiple educational institutions and industry sites For more information Russ Read PI rread forsythtech edu Denise Schweizer Co PI denise schweizer rccc edu Allison Nestor Assistant anestor forsythtech edu Mary Flournoy Assistant m ournoy forsythtech edu www biotechworkforce org
BIFP Institutional Partners Laboratory Skills Boot Camp     Alamance Commuinty College     Forsyth Tech Community College ...
BIFP Institutional Partners Laboratory Skills Boot Camp Alamance Commuinty College Forsyth Tech Community College Rowan Cabarrus Community College Capstone Center Wake Technical CC Natural Products Laboratory AB Tech CC BRITE North Carolina Central University Center for Design Innovation David H Murdock Research Institute Gateway University Research Park Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce NC Biotechnology Center NC Research Campus NC State Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Frequently Asked Questions 1 How do you qualify to be a Fellow a Accomplished instructors educational professionals with strong leadership potential high impact an interest in learning sharing new insights in the bioscience industry b Currently in good standing with their home institution c Nominated by their administration d Fellows must exhibit a willingness to share data on the outcomes of this experience 2 How do I apply a Complete an application at https www surveymonkey com s 3VL2N32 b Submit a current resume and two letters of reference c Telephone interview with Selection Committee 3 Is there compensation for participants In addition to meals transportation and lodging a weekly training stipend of 350 will be awarded to Fellows who qualify NSF ATE DUE Grant 1304010 Gives a real feel of what is going on in the biotech industry BIFP Fellow 4 Is past training in the biosciences required No All disciplines are encouraged but an interest in science and laboratory applications is required 5 When and where will this Fellowship occur The Fellowship Project will be held in North Carolina from June 5th June 29th 2017 Fellows will participate in laboratory boot camps at 3 of NC s community colleges and visit multiple educational institutions and industry sites For more information Russ Read PI rread forsythtech edu Denise Schweizer Co PI denise schweizer rccc edu Allison Nestor Assistant anestor forsythtech edu Mary Flournoy Assistant m ournoy forsythtech edu www biotechworkforce org
BIFP Institutional Partners Laboratory Skills Boot Camp     Alamance Commuinty College     Forsyth Tech Community College ...