HHMI's Beyond Bio-101 now on the net

Chuck Miller rellim at MAILHOST.TCS.TULANE.EDU
Thu Nov 14 10:57:20 EST 1996

The following announcement describes useful information for those who
advise undergraduates on career paths. It discusses pre-doctoral and
doctoral training in the sciences.

>HHMI's "Beyond Bio 101" is now on the Web!
>The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has published a new book
>"Beyond Bio 101: The Transformation of Undergraduate Biology
>Education." You will find "Beyond Bio 101" in its entirety on
>the Web at:
>The book is also available in a free, 88-page, full-color print version,
>which you can request online by using the convenient order form
>at this Web site. Both the print and online versions are filled with
>original reporting and lively graphics. They explore the many
>changes taking place in undergraduate biology education and offer
>a wide variety of useful ideas and contacts for biology educators.
>I hope you find "Beyond Bio 101" interesting and informative.
>Steffanie Lynch
>link2hhmi at drwebby.com
>(804) 739-0165 phone
>(804) 739-6059 fax
>Web outreach coordinator for "Beyond Bio 101"
>To order a free printed copy of "Beyond Bio 101," visit the Web site,
>http://www.hhmi.org/BeyondBio101, or send an e-mail request with
>your name, title, and mailing address to: commpub at hq.hhmi.org
>For a press release and other information on "Beyond Bio 101,"
>contact the editor, David Jarmul, at
>the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
>jarmuld at hq.hhmi.org
>(301) 215-8857

Dr. Charles A. Miller, rellim at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
Dept. Environmental Health Sciences, SL29
Room 374, Center for Bioenvironmental Research
Tulane Univ. School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
1430 Tulane Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70112

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