Consider mentoring a SEP high school intern in your lab this summer!
The Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) at UCSF is currently seeking mentors for our High School Intern Program. Through this program, rising seniors from San Francisco's public high schools are placed in UCSF laboratories to conduct research over the summer under the guidance of a lab mentor. Please see the attached flier for further details.
Two informational sessions will be held on on Monday, March 30th:
Mission Bay, Genentech Hall, S-201 from 12pm to 1pm (Lunch provided)
Parnassus, S-174 from 3pm to 4pm (Refreshments provided)
Come meet former mentors and interns and ask any questions you may have.
American Society for Cell Biology
American Society for Cell Biology's new mentoring program for future faculty, which focuses on active learning in the classroom.
ASCB members include some of the leaders in Life Science Education, and ASCB publishes the peer-reviewed journal LSE, Life Science Education.
If you are interested in potentially serving as a mentor for someone looking to gain a substantive experience in active learning or are looking to be mentored yourself, please visit http://ascb.org/mentoring-in-active-learning-and-teaching-malt/ and join the database. We hope to begin matching mentors and mentees together based on common interests, types of classes being taught, and geography. These mentorships may also be potentially be used to build to an application for financial support for mentorship activity through the ASCB MALT program.