Biotechnology, marine science, and environmental science are often intertwined. In this workshop, we will discover ways to teach students all three topics at once, while sparking their interest in important societal issues. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the effects of microplastics on marine mammals, waste management in marine aquaculture systems, living shorelines, algal growth, and human health risks from non-point and point-source water pollution. Join us this summer at BioNetwork’s 3-day, hands-on, intermediate workshop, Applied Biotechnology: Water Quality.
This workshop is designed for faculty with previous biotechnology experience. Alumni of our other programs are encouraged to attend.
Coastal Region - June 20-22, 2017
Carteret Community College in Morehead City, NC
Lead Instructor: Meg Rawls, M.S.
- go home with over $100 in supplies
- earn 2.4 CEUs
- receive copies of all workshop materials
- be provided lunch and refreshments daily
- be eligible for lodging assistance (subject to approval- please inquire at email@example.com)
$50 nonrefundable early registration fee (before May 15)
$75 nonrefundable late registration fee
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BioNetwork is part of the North Carolina Community College System and is hosted by community colleges throughout the state.
The mission of BioNetwork is to provide high quality economic and workforce development for biotechnology and life science industries across North Carolina through education, training, and laboratory resources.
For additional educational opportunities and resources, visit ncbionetwork.org.