Voices from the Field

The impact of the ABE program has been profound, aiding teachers in bringing cutting-edge content to their classrooms and inspiring students to be empowered through biotechnology, catalyzing some students to pursue careers in the sciences.

Explore our blog posts and stories about the people who make ABE what it is and those who have been impacted by their ABE experiences.
 

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One way to broaden participation in STEM at the classroom level is to focus more intentionally on the variety of ways language is used with...
In this new blog series, the Program Office will highlight strategies different program sites are using to scale for depth, spread, shift, and...
I was nervous, as the biology world is new for me,” she says, “but I learned that it’s OK to try and mess up and still have fun and learn something...

ABE Impact and Career Pathways Stories

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Amgen Tampa
"I've come a long way from where I originally started; I actually got my initial degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Florida," says...
Amgen Thousand Oaks
As a business performance lead in the U.S. sales and marketing team at Amgen in Thousand Oaks, Hillary McLoughlin works with people in many different...
Amgen Rhode Island
Michael Cavacas spent his childhood playing baseball never giving much thought to science. In high school, though, he had an AP chemistry teacher who...
Total Student Participation
~850k
Teacher Participation in a Typical School Year
1,500