Grant Writing: A Toolkit-Based Approach to Starting a Biotechnology Program



March 9, 2017

"For more info, visit Interested in bringing biotechnology into your classroom? Whether you're planning to begin with a few laboratory exercises or planning to create a complete course in biotechnology, this webinar is the perfect place to start. Targeted for everyone from the novice to the experienced grant writer, this session will provide you with the tools you need to immediately start designing your program and apply for a grant, including the following: • a sample letter of support • a budget • a budget narrative • a completed proposal that models best practices and is suitable for grants in the $500–5,000 range for grades 6–14 Presenter: Stan Hitomi District Coordinator of Math & Science Principal, Alamo School San Ramon Valley USD Stan Hitomi has been involved in education for 30 years, with 24 years as a classroom teacher. He is the former executive director of the Edward Teller Education Center, UC Davis/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and also serves on the board of directors for the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning (CFTL). In 1996, he was named Teacher of the Year by the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Stan is also a Carnegie Scholar, a TeachEach Awardee by the Schwab Foundation, and currently serves as chair of the California Teacher Advisory Council and co-chair of the Task Force on Teaching & California's Future, and on the College of Natural Sciences Advisory Board at California State University, Chico."


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