Becca Price presents at the annual conference for the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research


The Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) hosted its annual conference virtually this year, with meetings distributed throughout July. IAS faculty member Becca Price presented some of her research in poster format, first talking about the large collaborative Science Teaching Experience Program, an established part of which trains scholars who recently received Ph.D.s in the sciences how to teach, and a new component which offers similar training for graduate students.

Another poster, presented by Price's colleague Clark Coffman, talked about the ideas that have been covered in a feature they edit for CBE-Life Science Education. The feature introduces people new to biology education research about common methods in the field.  As a member SABER Anti-Racism Action Group, Price facilitated conversations about how race and gender intersect within the Society. She also served as a SABER buddy, a mentor to folks new to the meeting.

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