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C-MĀIKI IS DEDICATED TO INTEGRATING MICROBES INTO EDUCATION

Across campus and communities we offer numerous classes, workshops and other educational opportunities 

For everyone:

Monthly Manoa Microbiome Meeting (M4) This is a brownbag lunch meeting that focuses on topical presentations, workshops and discussions for microbiome scientists primarily at UH Manoa. Undergraduates, Graduate Students, Postdocs, Staff and Faculty are welcome. To join our listserv contact Nicole Hynson (nhynson [at] hawaii.edu

For Undergrads:

1.

Introduction to Systems Biology (OEST 103): A non-majors course integrating micro- and macrobiology with a focus on Hawaiian biomes and from a kanaka world view - Offered Every Fall Semester.

2.

Upper division course in microbiomes: Learn about the diversity and function of microbiota across habitats. This course will be offered Spring 2019

3.

HHMI course in systems biology: through a grant to Dr. Margaret McFall-Ngai from the Howard Hughes Medical Institution we are developing a systems biology course for STEM majors. This course will be offered Fall & Spring 2020-2021

4.

Global & Environmental Science (GES) Undergraduate Track in Earth's Microbiome: we are currently developing this track, stay tuned!

For Grads:

1.

Graduate course in Microbial Symbiosis (BOT 612): learn the current methods and theory applied to microbial systems. Generally offered in even-year Spring semesters.

2.

Microbiome Bootcamp (BOT 662): High throughput sequencing approaches to microbial ecology and evolution. Generally offered in odd-year Spring semesters.

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