What is it?

Transforming cutting-edge laboratory research into activities that can effectively teach undergraduates can be a gargantuan task. Developing strong course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs), however, is essential for those who seek careers focused on teaching. These experiences can be hard to find at many institutions. The MALT program seeks to establish mentor-mentee relationships in which people at all career levels and institutional types can learn from experienced teachers how to develop effective and engaging CUREs.

What does ASCB Offer?

Option 1

Sign up to be paired in an informal mentoring relationship. Getting the opportunity to develop and implement active learning techniques over a sustained period is essential for those who seek careers focused on teaching. These experiences can be hard to find at many institutions. The MALT program seeks to establish mentor-mentee relationships in which people at all career levels and institutional types can learn from experienced teachers how to develop effective and engaging teaching practices.

Looking for a Mentor? Click here.

We will attempt to match by geography or other preference.

Are you able to Mentor? Click here.

We will attempt to match by geography or other preference.

Option 2

Apply for a more formal, funded fellowship to work with faculty who are experienced in using course-based undergraduate research experiences in their classes. More Info
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