Congratulations to the first group of BioTAP Scholars!!
We are thrilled to announce the first cohort of BioTAP Scholars. This group of 16 individuals will collaborate together over the next year, including meeting face-to-face prior to the ABLE conference in Madison, WI. They will enact a research project to collect and analyze data about GTA teaching professional development at their institution. We were truly honored to receive so many outstanding applications for the BioTAP Scholars program, and we are excited to see that interest in this program extends across the US and into Canada! We will be selecting five additional cohorts over the next three years, so please keep your eyes open for future rounds of applications.
Cohort 1 of the BioTAP Scholars:
Linda Fuselier, University of Louisville
Christopher Trimby, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Iglika Pavlova, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Erica Szeyller, Ohio State University
Amy Marion, New Mexico State University
Alp Oran, University of Ottawa
Erin Shortlidge, Portland State University
Adam Chouinard, Oregon State University
Jeanetta Floyd, Georgia State University
Michelle Serreyn, Wayne State University
Nancy Abney, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Star Lee, University of California, Riverside
Kari Nelson, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Jeffrey Olimpo, University of Texas, El Paso
Samiksha (Sami) Raut, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Heather Vance-Chalcraft, East Carolina University
We will keep the listserv up to date on the activities of this Cohort, and we hope you are as excited as we are to see the research that emerges from this initiative!