View this email in the browser 19 Mar 2019
From The IBS Desk

Dear Educators,

Hope you are doing well, and are geared up for the exam season.

Teaching Graduate Biology

To relieve some stress, opt for a casual read! We have compiled our articles pertaining to science education in this small booklet - we call it "Teaching Graduate Biology". Do explore, and let us know your opinion. Download your copy here.

We continue with articles on "teaching series" on our educators' page. We also covered the skill development of life science students towards employment in the biopharmceutical industry. We would continue to explore this theme in our upcoming articles.

Podcast - Crafting your career

Do encourage your students to listen to our podcast series on "Crafting Your Career" (CYC) - it orients a science graduate to the science ecosystem, and the vast number of career possibilities and paths therein.

Stay updated with the new in life science education - discuss with us and your peers here. Write to us at hello@indiabioscience.org. Stay in touch.

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Deadline: 25th March
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