Science Teacher Karen Walker Awarded 2012 Biotechnology Explorer Mini Grant

July 17, 2012 at 3:44 pm Leave a comment

The Canadian Biotechnologist and Bio-Rad Laboratories Canada congratulate Karen Walker, science teacher at the Earl of March Secondary School in Kanata, Ontario, on being awarded the 2012 Biotechnology Explorer Mini Grant.

In the words of her department head, Sherry Lee:

Ms. Walker is committed to stimulating student interest in genomic, is a leader in biotechnology education and has sought professional development opportunities and implemented innovative instructional strategies related to genomics since she became a staff member in 2004.

Ms Walker has been awarded $2000 worth of Bio-Rad products which she will be using to implement a Biotechnology course at the Earl of March Secondary School.

Check back with the Canadian Biotechnologist to learn how to participate in the next Biotechnology Explorer Mini Grant competition for the upcoming 2012/2013 school year.

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