Webcast highlights partnerships with school systems

September 11, 2006

By hammersmith

Paul Hanle, president of the Biotechnology Institute, and Scott May, vice president for Systems and Curriculum, appeared August 24 on BioLive, the webcasting service of the Biotechnology Industry Organization. The webcast focused on the Institute’s Systems and Curriculum Program and how it is working with a small number of interested communities to create sustained and systemic biotechnology education programs in their regions at the K through 12 and college levels. Hanle and May discussed how local biotechnology companies, nonprofit organizations and foundations, government agencies, school systems, and academic institutions can partner with the Institute to advance biotechnology education in their communities at the school system level.

To view the webcast, click here.