Waukee APEX is joining the push to mitigate one of the most critical public health crises facing the world: antibiotic resistance. Dr. Holly Showalter, Waukee APEX instructor, recently attended the Tiny Earth Partner Instructor Training.
Adam Kleinschmit, associate professor of biology at the University of Dubuque, recently attended a week-long training to become a partner instructor in the Tiny Earth network. He is joining the push to mitigate one of the most critical public-health crises facing the world — antibiotic resistance.
The competition is a form of activism to inform others of the global antibiotic crisis. Winners have been announced from the 77 total submissions from students around the world.
Carol F. Probstfeld, president of State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota, weighs in on the importance and impact of Tiny Earth and instructor Eric Warrick at SCF.
From UWGB: Students from across the state of Wisconsin came together on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 at Lambeau Field to give presentations about their findings regarding antibiotic resistance.
A team from Tiny Earth will study new ways of enhancing mentor networks among partner instructors and their students in a five-year project funded by NIH.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Kristin Labby, along with student volunteers and volunteers with the Upward Bound program, will be offering science-fair style exhibits with hands-on demonstrations titled “Beloit College Featuring Tiny Earth” at the 2019 Wisconsin Science Festival.
UT Dallas microbiologists are on the front lines of an arms race that threatens the entire human race. Tiny Earth is teaching undergraduates the investigative skills that might just lead to the next new antibiotic.