The DBBS Curriculum (Re)Vision

By Dr. Robyn Klein, Vice Provost & Associate Dean for Graduate Education Since its creation, the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS) at Washington University in St. Louis has been a leader in graduate education. Although the 21st century presents new challenges in Ph.D. training, I view these as new opportunities to innovate. With […]

DBBS To Lead Curriculum Workshop at AAMC GREAT Meeting in September, 2018

Based on work being conducted by the DBBS Curriculum Task Force, co-chairs Dr. Jessica Hutchins and Dr. Steve Mennerick have been selected to lead a workshop at the 2018 annual meeting of the Group on Research, Education, and Training (GREAT) convened by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). GREAT Group Professional Development Meeting September […]

Survey Data Shared with DBBS Programs & Student Affairs Committee (PSA)

This week Task Force co-chair Dr. Jessica Hutchins presented selected survey data to the DBBS Programs & Student Affairs Committee. Attendees included faculty Program Directors of DBBS graduate programs, DBBS administrative staff, and Associate Dean Dr. Robyn Klein. All surveys were conducted online via Qualtrics and distributed via email between September and November 2017. Questions […]

Data Collection on DBBS Curriculum is Underway

The DBBS Curriculum Task Force has launched surveys to collect input from Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Staff on their experience and expectations for graduate curriculum. These surveys will remain open through December 8, 2017. We invite you to respond by that date. Faculty Survey  Student Survey  Alumni Survey  Staff Survey We will disseminate survey data at upcoming town […]