RI-INBRE Request for Curriculum Development Proposals: Enhanced Virtual Education, RESearch, and Training (EVEREST) Pilot Award – 2021

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BACKGROUND: The COVID-19 Pandemic has dramatically impacted how we deliver experiential/hands-on education and biomedical and health sciences training. This is a significant challenge for professors, instructors, and students who struggle to cope with new realities. In the current pandemic environment, in-person interactions with students are not always advised or possible, but student training must continue. The Rhode Island IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (RI-INBRE) is pleased to announce a request for pilot proposals on innovative curriculum development: The Enhanced Virtual Education, RESearch and Training (EVEREST) pilot award.

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