The Association of College & University Biology Educators focuses on undergraduate and graduate biology education.
Members of ACUBE share their ideas, concerns, and course innovations; present their work at the annual meeting; publish their work in Bioscene; and participate in the friendly collegiality of the organization.
The Association of College & University Biology Educators was first established in 1957 as the Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers (AMCBT). In 1997 we changed our name to ACUBE to reflect our growing national membership.
The objectives of ACUBE are:
To further the teaching of the biological sciences at the college and university level;
To bring to light common problems involving biological curricula at the college level and by the free interchange of ideas; endeavor to resolve these problems;
To encourage active participation in biological research by teachers and students in the belief that such participation is an invaluable adjunct to effective teaching;
To create a voice which will be effective in bringing the collective views of the college and university teachers of the biological sciences to the attention of college and civil government administrations.
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