FEMS Summer School on Microbiology Education - CANCELLED
The safety and welfare of our attendees and staff is our top priority. Consequently, FEMS has cancelled this year’s Summer School on Microbiology Education because of the SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 pandemic. We will be holding the event again in 2021.
The FEMS Summer School for microbiology teachers aims to expand the skills of those teaching academic microbiology; discuss and review new didactic approaches which have been developed and could be successfully used in microbiology education, and to examine the newest achievements in microbiology science.
Most of the workshops and lectures will cover approaches relevant to microbiology education and how they might be applied in practice and the necessary skills for it. Other lectures will be dedicated to studying the most significant recent developments in microbiology science. The event is intended to contribute to holistic continued professional development (CPD) of educators and will be most beneficial to early and mid-career educators. Participants will be asked to do some work in advance of the summer school, to prepare attendees and ensure the events are tailored to meet their requirements. The maximum number of attendees will be 25.