PRODUCTS: A three hour 200 level undergraduate distance education course in html format that addresses trends and issues regarding agricultural biotechnology in today's society while teaching the basic biological sciences behind the technology was created and taught. The general purpose of the conference is to present new developments, trends and challenges related to insect pest management, both in the fields of agriculture and public health. Environmental and food safety issues associated with GE crops. On a scale of 1 to 4 the mean web page load time score was 3.67, the course layout was 3, the content accuracy 4, instructional strategies 4, assignments 3.5, and course interaction 3.5. Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Statistics), Ph.D. (Soil Science & Agriculture Chemistry), Diploma in Management Non Wood Forest Products, Diploma in Meat and Meat Products Technology, Diploma in Production of Value Added Products from Cereals, Pulses and Oilseeds (DPVCPO), Diploma in Value Added Products from Fruits and Vegetables (DVAPFV), Post Graduate Diploma in GIS and Remote Sensing, Post Graduate Diploma in Plantation Management (PGDPM), Post Graduate Diploma in Post Harvest Technology, Post Graduate Diploma in Regulations in Agricultural Biotechnology, Post Graduate Diploma Pulp & Paper Technology, Post Master's Diploma Natural Resource Management, Certificate Course in Bio-fertilizer Production, Certificate Course in Commercial Flower Production, Certificate Course in GIS and Remote Sensing Applications (CGRS), Certificate Course in Home Gardening (CCHG), Certificate Course in Home Scale Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables, Certificate Course in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CMAP), Certificate Course in Mushroom Production, Certificate Course in Mushroom Spawn Production and Cultivation, Certificate Course in Organic Farming (COF), Certificate Course in Raising of House Plant, Certificate Course in Vegetable Production, Certification Course in Fruit and Vegetable Processing Technology, Post Graduate Certificate in Agriculture Policy. Event: Agricultural Biotechnology Course Venue: Indepth Research Services, Nairobi, Kenya Event Date:14th - 18th May 2018 22–26 May 2017, Vienna, Austria. Forgot password?Submit your email address and we'll send you a link to reset your password. Dr. Char Farin plans to attend and present at the American Society of Animal Science meetings in Denver Colorado July 11-15th. Biochemistry / Ag. Dates: July 12-24, 2020Application deadline: June 31, 2020Program fee per participant: $2,500Download: Brochure (pdf)Download: Registration form (pdf). Educational research was conducted to compare the use of various instructional strategies to teach integrated topics in an on-line course using contextual learning. Since this course will be in an on-line format taught in multiple sections, thousands of students could potentially take the course in the next ten years. Agricultural Biotechnology or Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology is an undergraduate Agriculture course. (Extension Education & Rural Sociology), M.Sc. See http://www.icgeb.org/biosafety-2017.html or contact [email protected] for more information. Dr. Elizabeth Wilson and Kevin Curry plan to attend and submit a paper to the American Association for Agricultural Education to be held May 24-27, 2010 in Omaha Nebraska. Science majors will benefit from the course by learning scientific concepts in an interdisciplinary format. Deadline for applications is 22 January 2013. This technical meeting focuses on sharing national regulatory good practices and lessons learned in the food safety assessment process with a view to strengthening the capacities and understanding of less experienced countries with regard to GM food safety assessment. We also hope that by offering the course three times, instead of two times as originally proposed, more students will have the opportunity to take the course and lab. This requires an integrated approach towards the use and management of biotechnology so that science and regulations can co-evolve and society can benefit from modern biotechnology. This theoretical and practical course is organized by the National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) on behalf of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB). Worked examples and practical sessions will involve the evaluation of hypothetical case studies. In addition as planned in the original proposal Dr. Elizabeth Wilson, Dr. Chad Jordan and Dr. Char Farin plan to attend the NACTA convention next summer to report and disseminate findings and to attend the USDA principal investigator's meeting. Since the majority of the students who enrolled in this course have been agricultural education majors we believe that by using student centered teaching strategies we are modeling effective teaching for these future teachers.