Updates and Information
24 June 2020 – ACUBE Conference Registration and Abstract Submission is not open
Attendees may register up to 12 pm on October 22nd. Abstract submissions must be submitted by 5 pm on September 1st. Visit https://www.acube.org/annual-meeting/ to register.
15 June 2020 – ACUBE 2020 Conference is Online
After careful deliberation, ACUBE governance has decided to hold the 64th annual meeting online. The event will be hosted on Zoom on Saturday October 24th through Sunday October 25th. Registration and abstract submission will open on Monday June 22nd. Attendees may register up to 12 pm on October 22nd. Abstract submissions must be submitted by 5 pm on September 1st. Please visit https://www.acube.org/annual-meeting/ for more details.
8 June 2020 – ABLE Conference cancellation
ACUBE has been asked to share the following message from ABLE:
Hello Fellow Biology Educator,
I would like to introduce you to the Association of Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE) (if you don’t already know about us). The organization hosts an annual conference in which hands-on biology labs are presented to faculty participants, as if they were students! You are invited to join ABLE, attend our annual conferences, peruse our peer-reviewed publication Advances in Biology Laboratory Education and teaching blog on our website, and present major and mini-workshops and/or posters at our annual conference.
Unfortunately, our June 2020 conference has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Next year, our 2021 conference will be held at the University of Victoria – British Columbia, June 22-25. Hosts: Kimberley Curry and Rossi Marx
Please see our website: http://www.ableweb.org for more information.
You can always contact me, Kathleen Nolan, at firstname.lastname@example.org for information also.
Publicity Committee, ABLE
5 November 2019 – NABT
If you are attending NABT, please check out this workshop: Strategies for a More Inclusive Biology Classroom
24 July 2018 – Bioscene
The May 2018 issue of Bioscene is now available on the website.