The 2019 Undergraduate Biology Education Research Gordon Research Conference (UBER GRC), titled “Achieving Widespread Improvement in Undergraduate Education,” brought together a diverse group of researchers and practitioners working to identify, promote, and understand widespread adoption of evidence-based teaching, learning, and success strategies in undergraduate biology.
The first Gordon Research Seminar immediately preceded the GRC and was designed as a platform to increase participation of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who represent the future of research in the discipline. The GRS featured four talk sessions and two poster sessions, all presented by early-career researchers.
AACR/CREATE's own Megan Shiroda presented at the conference; her work was mentioned in the summary of the event. Congratulations, Megan!
For the full Conference Report, click here.