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2009 NABT Professional Development Conference

Wednesday, November 11 – Saturday, November 14

Sheraton Denver • Denver, Colorado

2009 NABT Professional Development Conference

In this tough economic climate, the best investment is the one you make in yourself and NABT has the formula for success.

(1) Information + (1) Hands-on Experience + (1) Collaboration +(1) Inspiration=
(4) Days at the NABT Professional Development Conference.

Sheraton Denver • Denver, Colorado,
from Wednesday, November 11 – Saturday, November 14

Whether you’re interested in ecology or evolution, STEM Education or the Stem Cell Education Summit hosted in conjunction with the Genetics Policy Institute, the 2009 NABT Professional Development Conference offers something for every biology educator at every level.

Join us November 11-14 in Denver, CO for the only conference designed to address the unique topics, concepts, and methods required to teach biology and life science in the 21st century.

It’s time to interact with your fellow professionals and be encouraged by your friends. It’s time to invest in yourself as well as your students. It’s time to register for the 2009 NABT Professional Development Conference.

Register Today!

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  • John Moore says:

    Attention all of the undergraduate biology faculty reading this blog. This year NABT’s conference in Denver will be having a major focus on undergraduate biology education. At the national leadership has begun to address the needs of undergraduate biology, NABT is one of the key organizations to provide professional development and opportunity for networking of undergraduate biology faculty.
    Are you a two-year faculty, four-year faculty, undergraduate or graduate? This may be one of the best conference this year to attend to help understand where the nation is going in undergraduate biology education and how to become networked with those teachers who are at the cutting edge of biology education.

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