The 59th Annual Meeting
will be held on
October 23rd-25th, 2015
at Missouri Western State University
in St. Joseph's, Missouri
Online registration now open!
Contact Local Arrangements Chairperson:
Melissa Daggett, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Program Chair:
Kristen Walton, email@example.com
For information about graduate student support to
attend the Annual ACUBE Meeting,
see the Carlock Award
Want to know more about what goes on at our Annual Meeting?
Explore ACUBE's past programs and abstracts
Click HERE for information about
travel, hotels, and parking
EARLY BIRDS GET THE WORMS
Complete registration (including abstract submittal for those presenting)
by August 15th, 2015 is $150
Registration (or an incomplete registration for those presenting)
after August 15th, 2015 is $200
For students (graudate or undergraduate),
early bird registration is $50;
after August 15th is $75
This registration fee is includes access to all events and workshops,
dinner on Friday and Saturday night, lunch on Saturday,
and a continental style breakfast Saturday morning.
Click HERE for the
tentative meeting program
59th Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker - Mary Pat Wenderoth
Mary is a Principal Lecturer in the Biology Department at the University of Washington (UW) where she teaches animal physiology courses and conducts biology education research on how students learn biology. Her main research interests focus on assessing implementation of cognitive science principles in the classroom, particularly those associated with conceptual change, use of first principles in constructing conceptual frameworks and student metacognition. She received the UW Distinguished Teaching Award in 2001and has served as the co-director of the UW Teaching Academy. She is a co-founder of the UW Biology Education Research Group (UW BERG) and the national Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER). She served as a facilitator at the HHMI Summer Institute for Undergraduate Biology Education from 2007 -2011. Dr. Wenderoth earned her B.S. in Biology from the Catholic Univeristy of America in Washington D.C., a M.S. in Women’s Studies from George Washington University, a M.S. in Exercise Physiology from Purdue University and her Ph.D. in Physiology from Rush University in Chicago.
Learn more about Mary on her website