CSUPERB seeds biotechnology innovation and educates a diverse, professional workforce for California and the global economy.
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The Call for Teams is open for both the 2019 Summer Sprint in San Diego (June 24-28) and the Fall Short Course (Sept. 2019 - Jan. 2020). The CSU I-Corps Teaching Team is also organizing a 3-day workshop at BIO 2019 in Philadelphia (June 2-5) for researchers underrepresented in biotechnology. Follow the "Learn More" link to read more about these NSF-supported, immersive entrepreneurship opportunities.
Deadline: March 11, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. pacific time
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AY 17-18 Annual Report includes PI profiles
Chancellor White approved 2018 - 2021 CSUPERB
2018 Howell-CSUPERB Scholars
2018 Fall Travel Grants to Students and Faculty
2018 CSUPERB 2018 Seed Grants
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Every year, nearly 100 CSU faculty members, deans and presidents at the 23 CSU campuses collaborate to carry out the work of CSUPERB.
CSUPERB believes the best way to engage and help all students embark on life sciences careers is to invest in and provide access to experiential learning opportunities in biotechnology research and entrepreneurship.
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