Bioscience

Pima Community College seeks summer high school biotech instructor

March 7, 2006

By Flinn Foundation

Pima Community College in Tucson is looking for an instructor for a summer biotechnology course for high school students. The instructor should have expertise in both biotechnology and teaching high school students. This is a great opportunity for post docs and senior graduate students. Through the Biotechnology Career Ladder Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Job Path, and Pima Community College will offer a Biotechnology Summer Institute for high school students. Students will take a course introducing them to the field of biotechnology for which they will receive 4 college credits and a stipend.

The dates and times for the course are May 30 – July 3, M-Th, Noon to 4 p.m. They plan to substitute the July 3 meeting with a Friday fieldtrip. Click here for the course outline. For more information, contact Lisa Werner, PhD, Biology Department, Pima Community College, West Campus, 520-206-6002.