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SciTech IDEAS IN ACTION




Lecture Series

Forsyth Technical Community College


2009-2018







NCBW

Celebrating 50

more than
inspiring lectures

NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE BIOTECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE SciTech IDEAS IN ACTION


www.biotechworkforce.org INDEX 2009-2018
SciTech IDEAS IN ACTION



Speakers for Academic Year 2009 - 2010 Speakers for Academic Year 2014 - 2015
egenerative medicine is the next frontier of medicine for the Oct. 21, 2009: Amy Greeson Sep. 18, 2014: Ray Cadmore
21st century,” Dr. Anthony Atala, a leading doctor in the field, Nov. 12, 2009: Dr. Floyd “Ski” Chilton Oct. 16, 2014: Dr. David N. McNelis
told the SciTech Ideas In Action audience during his recent Nov. 20, 2014: NSF ATE Bioscience
‘Rpresentation. “And we are seeing the inflexion point right now, Feb. 25, 2010: Dr. Kevin Conley Industry Fellowship Group
it is really growing, really taking off. The future is bright.” Mar. 25, 2010: Chris Sowers
Making science come alive to wider and wider audiences, the SciTech April 22, 2010: Judith and Dr. Tom Ginn Jan. 22, 2015: Dr. Ana S. Iltis
Ideas in Action Series brings in-depth looks at scientific and technical Feb. 27, 2015: Dr. Anthony Atala
topics from the inside. They range from the Wake Forest Institute for Re- Speakers for Academic Year 2010 - 2011 Mar. 19, 2015: Jennifer Bryant
generative Medicine’s work by Dr. Atala and his team to regenerate tissue Sep. 29, 2010: Dr. Frank Torti
and organ function, to the advanced biotechnology in Jennifer Bryant’s Oct. 27, 2010: Dr. Mark Wainberg
Russ Read criminal forensics lab. From its earliest days - created and planned at an Speakers for Academic Year 2015 - 2016
NCBW Exec. Director Nov. 15, 2010: Steven Burke
informal faculty / staff weekly morning coffee in 2009 - Forsyth Tech’s Jan. 26, 2011: Dr. Anthony Atala Sept. 24, 2015: Dr. Barbara Pisani
innovative SciTech Ideas in Action lecture series has had over thirty speakers with over three thousand Oct. 15, 2015: Dr. Norma Quinones
attendees. Feb. 24, 2011: Dr. Frank Carver Nov. 19, 2015: Doug Edgeton
“Our SciTech team hosts accomplished scientific & technical experts who share their passions and Mar. 17, 2011: Dr. J. Donald deBethizy
projects in stimulating presentations, always free and open to the public,” says Russ Read, executive Jan. 26, 2016: Russ Read
director of the sponsoring National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW). Feb. 18, 2016: Roland Johnson

orsyth Tech’s SciTech Ideas In Action lecture series are held once a month during fall and Speakers for Academic Year 2011 - 2012 Mar.17, 2016: Dr. Travis Russell
spring terms to maximize attendance by students and include participants from the community Sep. 22, 2011: Nancy Johnston
Fand other colleges. “We want to give each person who attends a new set of facts, an expanded Oct. 20, 2011: Dr. Morris J. Clarke
knowledge of cutting-edge scientific research, and Nov. 17, 2011: Dr. Carol Strohecker Speakers for Academic Year 2016 - 2017
an experience of the latest discoveries in advanced Jan. 27, 2012: Dr. Tim Bertram
technology. It has become a known brand in the com- Feb. 23, 2012: Dr. Steven B. Mizel; Sept. 15, 2016: Dr. Ski Chilton
munity. Imagine the multiplier effect if every com- Bruce Kaylos Oct.13, 2016: Carolina Liquid Chemistries
munity college across the country was to hold their Nov. 17, 2016: Cook Medical
own SciTech series.” Mar.15, 2012: Jerry Barker Dec. 15, 2016: Alan Beard
This “flip book” publication presents materials, Jan. 19, 2017: Kim Westmoreland
information and links about the SciTech Ideas in Speakers for Academic Year 2012 -2013 Feb. 19, 2017: Dr. Gregory L.Kucera
Action program across the past nine years. Included Sep. 20, 2012: Doug Drabble Dr. Timothy S. Pardee
in the pages of this flip book are posters for all the Oct. 25, 2012: Charles Calkins Mar.16, 2017: Amy Greeson
speakers and topics presented. There are also links to Nov. 15, 2012: Dr. Adesanmi “Abel” Ojo
more in depth PDF reports as well as videos of the talks available on You Tube. Finally, we have includ- Mar. 21, 2013: Dr. Christy Shaffer
ed a mid - term write up which coincided with the college’s 50th anniversary in 2011.
This year the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce celebrates its 10th year of operation. Speakers for Academic Year 2017 - 2018
We are hopeful of another great year of lectures that will appeal to our community. We also want to Speakers for Academic Year 2013 - 2014 Sept.28, 2017: Aaron Larazus
thank our sponsors who have made the series possible and going forward these include the college, Sept.19, 2013: Dr. Eric Tomlinson Oct. 19, 2017: Analytical and Molecular
Math Science and Technology, Economic Workforce and Development, ForsythTech Foundation, Oct. 17, 2013: Dr. Roger Cubicciotti Skills Development Lab
BioNetwork and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. Jan. 16, 2014: Gwyn F. Riddick, M.B.A. Feb. 8. 2018: Laura Deming

I want to thank the staff of the NCBW for their diligent work in making SciTech a great success! Feb. 20, 2014: Dr. Stephen A. Hill Feb. 22, 2018: Dr. Michael Batalia
Lastly, we dedicate this isssue to Mona Cofer, our editor on SciTech since its inception, who has elect- Mar. 20, 2014: Dr. Paul Kortenaar Mar. 15, 2018: Norman Fraley
ed to retire after more than twenty years of service to the NCBW and the college. Thank you Mona. June 26, 2014: Dr. V. Celeste Carter April 5, 2018: Dr. Rohan Shirwaiker

NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE BIOTECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE SciTech IDEAS IN ACTION


www.biotechworkforce.org INDEX 2009-2018
SciTech IDEAS IN ACTION



Speakers for Academic Year 2009 - 2010 Speakers for Academic Year 2014 - 2015
egenerative medicine is the next frontier of medicine for the Oct. 21, 2009: Amy Greeson Sep. 18, 2014: Ray Cadmore
21st century,” Dr. Anthony Atala, a leading doctor in the field, Nov. 12, 2009: Dr. Floyd “Ski” Chilton Oct. 16, 2014: Dr. David N. McNelis
told the SciTech Ideas In Action audience during his recent Nov. 20, 2014: NSF ATE Bioscience
‘Rpresentation. “And we are seeing the inflexion point right now, Feb. 25, 2010: Dr. Kevin Conley Industry Fellowship Group
it is really growing, really taking off. The future is bright.” Mar. 25, 2010: Chris Sowers
Making science come alive to wider and wider audiences, the SciTech April 22, 2010: Judith and Dr. Tom Ginn Jan. 22, 2015: Dr. Ana S. Iltis
Ideas in Action Series brings in-depth looks at scientific and technical Feb. 27, 2015: Dr. Anthony Atala
topics from the inside. They range from the Wake Forest Institute for Re- Speakers for Academic Year 2010 - 2011 Mar. 19, 2015: Jennifer Bryant
generative Medicine’s work by Dr. Atala and his team to regenerate tissue Sep. 29, 2010: Dr. Frank Torti
and organ function, to the advanced biotechnology in Jennifer Bryant’s Oct. 27, 2010: Dr. Mark Wainberg
Russ Read criminal forensics lab. From its earliest days - created and planned at an Speakers for Academic Year 2015 - 2016
NCBW Exec. Director Nov. 15, 2010: Steven Burke
informal faculty / staff weekly morning coffee in 2009 - Forsyth Tech’s Jan. 26, 2011: Dr. Anthony Atala Sept. 24, 2015: Dr. Barbara Pisani
innovative SciTech Ideas in Action lecture series has had over thirty speakers with over three thousand Oct. 15, 2015: Dr. Norma Quinones
attendees. Feb. 24, 2011: Dr. Frank Carver Nov. 19, 2015: Doug Edgeton
“Our SciTech team hosts accomplished scientific & technical experts who share their passions and Mar. 17, 2011: Dr. J. Donald deBethizy
projects in stimulating presentations, always free and open to the public,” says Russ Read, executive Jan. 26, 2016: Russ Read
director of the sponsoring National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW). Feb. 18, 2016: Roland Johnson

orsyth Tech’s SciTech Ideas In Action lecture series are held once a month during fall and Speakers for Academic Year 2011 - 2012 Mar.17, 2016: Dr. Travis Russell
spring terms to maximize attendance by students and include participants from the community Sep. 22, 2011: Nancy Johnston
Fand other colleges. “We want to give each person who attends a new set of facts, an expanded Oct. 20, 2011: Dr. Morris J. Clarke
knowledge of cutting-edge scientific research, and Nov. 17, 2011: Dr. Carol Strohecker Speakers for Academic Year 2016 - 2017
an experience of the latest discoveries in advanced Jan. 27, 2012: Dr. Tim Bertram
technology. It has become a known brand in the com- Feb. 23, 2012: Dr. Steven B. Mizel; Sept. 15, 2016: Dr. Ski Chilton
munity. Imagine the multiplier effect if every com- Bruce Kaylos Oct.13, 2016: Carolina Liquid Chemistries
munity college across the country was to hold their Nov. 17, 2016: Cook Medical
own SciTech series.” Mar.15, 2012: Jerry Barker Dec. 15, 2016: Alan Beard
This “flip book” publication presents materials, Jan. 19, 2017: Kim Westmoreland
information and links about the SciTech Ideas in Speakers for Academic Year 2012 -2013 Feb. 19, 2017: Dr. Gregory L.Kucera
Action program across the past nine years. Included Sep. 20, 2012: Doug Drabble Dr. Timothy S. Pardee
in the pages of this flip book are posters for all the Oct. 25, 2012: Charles Calkins Mar.16, 2017: Amy Greeson
speakers and topics presented. There are also links to Nov. 15, 2012: Dr. Adesanmi “Abel” Ojo
more in depth PDF reports as well as videos of the talks available on You Tube. Finally, we have includ- Mar. 21, 2013: Dr. Christy Shaffer
ed a mid - term write up which coincided with the college’s 50th anniversary in 2011.
This year the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce celebrates its 10th year of operation. Speakers for Academic Year 2017 - 2018
We are hopeful of another great year of lectures that will appeal to our community. We also want to Speakers for Academic Year 2013 - 2014 Sept.28, 2017: Aaron Larazus
thank our sponsors who have made the series possible and going forward these include the college, Sept.19, 2013: Dr. Eric Tomlinson Oct. 19, 2017: Analytical and Molecular
Math Science and Technology, Economic Workforce and Development, ForsythTech Foundation, Oct. 17, 2013: Dr. Roger Cubicciotti Skills Development Lab
BioNetwork and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. Jan. 16, 2014: Gwyn F. Riddick, M.B.A. Feb. 8. 2018: Laura Deming

I want to thank the staff of the NCBW for their diligent work in making SciTech a great success! Feb. 20, 2014: Dr. Stephen A. Hill Feb. 22, 2018: Dr. Michael Batalia
Lastly, we dedicate this isssue to Mona Cofer, our editor on SciTech since its inception, who has elect- Mar. 20, 2014: Dr. Paul Kortenaar Mar. 15, 2018: Norman Fraley
ed to retire after more than twenty years of service to the NCBW and the college. Thank you Mona. June 26, 2014: Dr. V. Celeste Carter April 5, 2018: Dr. Rohan Shirwaiker

content of the presentations were second to none. The support from our school and the community
was outstanding. I hope that we can use this year as a cornerstone for the future of the Series. ”

During the spring term 2010, three more SciTech lecture
In the beginning.... series were scheduled. Three of Forsyth Tech’s faculty
SciTech - Bringing Science & Technology to the Community! volunteered to talk about topics related to subject matter

that was of special interest to them or for which they had a
They say that many busi-
passion. Dr. Kevin Conley, founder of our Nanotechnology
ness deals are sealed on
Associate Degree Program, gave a highly interactive over-
the golf course. Well this
view of the world of nanoscience with a special emphasis
is not the case with the
on its application to biotechnology. Forsyth Tech biology
SciTech Lecture Series at
instructor Chris Sowers (pictured) introduced his master’s
Forsyth Technical Com-
thesis research and data on a rare plant species indigenous
munity College in Win-
Chris Sowers to the southeast as he posed questions about our future on
ston-Salem. It was created
a sustainable Earth. Judith Ginn, Forsyth Tech biology in-
and planned at an informal
structor, and Dr. Tom Ginn, Judith’s husband, talked about
faculty and staff weekly
their health care work in rural Kenya. It is interesting to note that all of these programs were adver-
morning coffee. Not know-
tised and open to the general public free of charge.
ing how popular the series
would be, the Forsyth Tech
October 2010 will bring a new semester, new students and a new opportunity for the SciTech speak-
team began in earnest the task of putting together two trial
er’s series. During the semester, we will have a highly honored guest speaker, Dr. Mark Wainberg,
SciTech speaker events that would capture the imagination and
a Canadian AIDS researcher and activist. He is the Director of the McGill
bring in the work and passion of others to a college community.
University AIDS Centre at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital and Pro-
fessor of Medicine and of Microbiology at McGill University. In 2008, Dr.
During the initial planning process the thought was to develop
Wainberg was named a Chevalier de Légion d’honneur, the highest honor
a platform where our instructors could speak to a broad-based
given by the country of France. In 2001, he was made an Officer of the
audience, interested in science and technology, about their work
Order of Canada, which is Canada’s highest civilian honor, for his “ma-
at the college. The lectures would be held once a month during
jor contributions to the study and treatment of HIV/AIDS.” In 2005, he
the fall and spring terms to maximize the attendance of students
was made an Officer of the National Order of Quebec, an order of merit
and to include other participants from the community and other
bestowed by the government of the Province of Quebec. In 2000, he was
colleges.
made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
To gauge the interest levels within the educational institution,
Russ H. Read explains, “Having a SciTech speaker like Dr. Mark Wainberg
the SciTech steering committee brought into the college two
gives us the opportunity to hear about the technology associated with the
guest speakers. One was Amy Greeson (pictured), a pharmacist,
race to treat HIV. The space race gave us LEDs and light weight comput- Dr. Mark Wainberg
educator, lecturer, writer and world traveler and the producer
ers. The technology of the war against HIV has given us rapid PCR, drugs
and host of Healing Seekers. Her topic, “Searching for a Cure,”
that effect DNA polymerase and protease inhibitors, viral cultures and
gave our audience a look at the crossroads between medicine
clinical trials and a whole new set of guidelines on drug development. All of this science and tech-
and the healing tradition of indigenous cultures. The other was
nology contributed to a bench and clinical science revolution in biotechnology.” Read added, “Dr.
Dr. Ski Chilton, the founder of Gene Smart, a wellness and pre-
Wainberg is one of the best in the world to describe this phenomenon.”
vention company. His topic of discussion was obesity, chronic
inflammatory diseases in America and malnurtition and other
Imagine the multiplier effect if every community college across the country was to hold their own
urgen issues affecting children in Africa.
SciTech series. To date we have reached over 350 people in only five lectures. If all the colleges
across the country embraced a SciTech program we could reach thousands. What is really great
Both events were hugely successful for a number of reasons.
about the program is that it is carried out with internal resources, so the costs of running it are mini-
Attendance at both events was between 70-90 people. The
mal. SciTech gets people excited about science and technology and demonstrates what a great talent
feedback received after each event was extremely positive and it
resource we have within our faculty and our community of contacts.
was during these two presentations that many of our faculty saw
the advantage and opportunity to showcase their talents in their
teaching field. Dr. Dwaine Davis, Department Chair of Physical
Sciences is quoted as saying, “I could not be more pleased with
the results of this year’s SciTech Lecture Series the quality and

content of the presentations were second to none. The support from our school and the community
was outstanding. I hope that we can use this year as a cornerstone for the future of the Series. ”

During the spring term 2010, three more SciTech lecture
In the beginning.... series were scheduled. Three of Forsyth Tech’s faculty
SciTech - Bringing Science & Technology to the Community! volunteered to talk about topics related to subject matter

that was of special interest to them or for which they had a
They say that many busi-
passion. Dr. Kevin Conley, founder of our Nanotechnology
ness deals are sealed on
Associate Degree Program, gave a highly interactive over-
the golf course. Well this
view of the world of nanoscience with a special emphasis
is not the case with the
on its application to biotechnology. Forsyth Tech biology
SciTech Lecture Series at
instructor Chris Sowers (pictured) introduced his master’s
Forsyth Technical Com-
thesis research and data on a rare plant species indigenous
munity College in Win-
Chris Sowers to the southeast as he posed questions about our future on
ston-Salem. It was created
a sustainable Earth. Judith Ginn, Forsyth Tech biology in-
and planned at an informal
structor, and Dr. Tom Ginn, Judith’s husband, talked about
faculty and staff weekly
their health care work in rural Kenya. It is interesting to note that all of these programs were adver-
morning coffee. Not know-
tised and open to the general public free of charge.
ing how popular the series
would be, the Forsyth Tech
October 2010 will bring a new semester, new students and a new opportunity for the SciTech speak-
team began in earnest the task of putting together two trial
er’s series. During the semester, we will have a highly honored guest speaker, Dr. Mark Wainberg,
SciTech speaker events that would capture the imagination and
a Canadian AIDS researcher and activist. He is the Director of the McGill
bring in the work and passion of others to a college community.
University AIDS Centre at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital and Pro-
fessor of Medicine and of Microbiology at McGill University. In 2008, Dr.
During the initial planning process the thought was to develop
Wainberg was named a Chevalier de Légion d’honneur, the highest honor
a platform where our instructors could speak to a broad-based
given by the country of France. In 2001, he was made an Officer of the
audience, interested in science and technology, about their work
Order of Canada, which is Canada’s highest civilian honor, for his “ma-
at the college. The lectures would be held once a month during
jor contributions to the study and treatment of HIV/AIDS.” In 2005, he
the fall and spring terms to maximize the attendance of students
was made an Officer of the National Order of Quebec, an order of merit
and to include other participants from the community and other
bestowed by the government of the Province of Quebec. In 2000, he was
colleges.
made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
To gauge the interest levels within the educational institution,
Russ H. Read explains, “Having a SciTech speaker like Dr. Mark Wainberg
the SciTech steering committee brought into the college two
gives us the opportunity to hear about the technology associated with the
guest speakers. One was Amy Greeson (pictured), a pharmacist,
race to treat HIV. The space race gave us LEDs and light weight comput- Dr. Mark Wainberg
educator, lecturer, writer and world traveler and the producer
ers. The technology of the war against HIV has given us rapid PCR, drugs
and host of Healing Seekers. Her topic, “Searching for a Cure,”
that effect DNA polymerase and protease inhibitors, viral cultures and
gave our audience a look at the crossroads between medicine
clinical trials and a whole new set of guidelines on drug development. All of this science and tech-
and the healing tradition of indigenous cultures. The other was
nology contributed to a bench and clinical science revolution in biotechnology.” Read added, “Dr.
Dr. Ski Chilton, the founder of Gene Smart, a wellness and pre-
Wainberg is one of the best in the world to describe this phenomenon.”
vention company. His topic of discussion was obesity, chronic
inflammatory diseases in America and malnurtition and other
Imagine the multiplier effect if every community college across the country was to hold their own
urgen issues affecting children in Africa.
SciTech series. To date we have reached over 350 people in only five lectures. If all the colleges
across the country embraced a SciTech program we could reach thousands. What is really great
Both events were hugely successful for a number of reasons.
about the program is that it is carried out with internal resources, so the costs of running it are mini-
Attendance at both events was between 70-90 people. The
mal. SciTech gets people excited about science and technology and demonstrates what a great talent
feedback received after each event was extremely positive and it
resource we have within our faculty and our community of contacts.
was during these two presentations that many of our faculty saw
the advantage and opportunity to showcase their talents in their
teaching field. Dr. Dwaine Davis, Department Chair of Physical
Sciences is quoted as saying, “I could not be more pleased with
the results of this year’s SciTech Lecture Series the quality and

The World of Nanotechnology -
With Particular Emphasis on Applications
to Biotechnology
Learn more at...
SciTech
the new science series
Thursday, February 25, 2010
4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus
Forsyth Tech’s very own
Dr. Kevin Conley, founder
of our Nanotechnology Associate
Degree Program, will give a highly
interactive overview of the world of
nanoscience with a special emphasis
on its application to biotechnology.
Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for
SciTech, the new science series Your quest for
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
knowledge starts here…
09021C/2-10






Join the Forsyth Tech science faculty and staff for the new science
SciTech IDEAS speaker series: SciTech




IN ACTION Wednesday, October 21, 2009


4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in TEC 306


To RSVP call or email Mary Flournoy at 336-757-3812 or [email protected]



Lecture Series Meet Amy Greeson, a pharmacist, educator, lecturer, writer and
world traveler and the producer and host of Healing Seekers. She
describes herself as “most at home at the crossroads between

Academic Year medicine and the healing traditions of indigenous cultures”.



Why Conjurer’s Nut?
2009-2010




A Look at Reproductive Biology in Nestronia Please come along, learn about other cultures, medicines, healing and more...
www.forsythtech.edu

umbellula Rafinesque, a Rare Plant


Learn more at...




SciTech





the new science series

Thursday, March 25, 2010


4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus











Forsyth Tech biology instructor


Chris Sowers introduces his

master’s thesis research and data on

a rare species with burning questions
about our future on a sustainable

Earth.










Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for



SciTech, the new science series
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

09021D/2-10

The World of Nanotechnology -
With Particular Emphasis on Applications
to Biotechnology
Learn more at...
SciTech
the new science series
Thursday, February 25, 2010
4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus
Forsyth Tech’s very own
Dr. Kevin Conley, founder
of our Nanotechnology Associate
Degree Program, will give a highly
interactive overview of the world of
nanoscience with a special emphasis
on its application to biotechnology.
Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for
SciTech, the new science series Your quest for
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
knowledge starts here…
09021C/2-10






Join the Forsyth Tech science faculty and staff for the new science
SciTech IDEAS speaker series: SciTech




IN ACTION Wednesday, October 21, 2009


4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in TEC 306


To RSVP call or email Mary Flournoy at 336-757-3812 or [email protected]



Lecture Series Meet Amy Greeson, a pharmacist, educator, lecturer, writer and
world traveler and the producer and host of Healing Seekers. She
describes herself as “most at home at the crossroads between

Academic Year medicine and the healing traditions of indigenous cultures”.



Why Conjurer’s Nut?
2009-2010




A Look at Reproductive Biology in Nestronia Please come along, learn about other cultures, medicines, healing and more...
www.forsythtech.edu

umbellula Rafinesque, a Rare Plant


Learn more at...




SciTech





the new science series

Thursday, March 25, 2010


4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus











Forsyth Tech biology instructor


Chris Sowers introduces his

master’s thesis research and data on

a rare species with burning questions
about our future on a sustainable

Earth.










Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for



SciTech, the new science series
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

09021D/2-10

Weight loss, better


health by improving The World of Nanotechnology -


your and your fami- With Particular Emphasis on Applications


ly’s genes… Want to to Biotechnology


learn more?
Learn more at...




SciTech





the new science series

Join the Forsyth Tech science faculty and Thursday, February 25, 2010
staff for the new science speaker series: 4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus

SciTech



Thursday, November 12, 2009


4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in TEC-306 Forsyth Tech’s very own


Dr. Kevin Conley, founder
To RSVP call or email Mona Cofer at 734-7205 or [email protected]
forsythtech.edu of our Nanotechnology Associate
Hear from Dr. Floyd “Ski” Chilton, found- Degree Program, will give a highly

er of Gene Smart, a Wellness & Preven- interactive overview of the world of

tion Company… on subjects that are really nanoscience with a special emphasis

big issues – obesity & chronic inflamma-
tory diseases in America and malnutrition on its application to biotechnology.

and other urgent issues affecting children

in Africa.


Please come along and learn Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for

more….

SciTech, the new science series
www.forsythtech.edu To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]



09021C/2-10

Weight loss, better


health by improving The World of Nanotechnology -


your and your fami- With Particular Emphasis on Applications


ly’s genes… Want to to Biotechnology


learn more?
Learn more at...




SciTech





the new science series

Join the Forsyth Tech science faculty and Thursday, February 25, 2010
staff for the new science speaker series: 4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus

SciTech



Thursday, November 12, 2009


4:00 pm – 5:00 pm in TEC-306 Forsyth Tech’s very own


Dr. Kevin Conley, founder
To RSVP call or email Mona Cofer at 734-7205 or [email protected]
forsythtech.edu of our Nanotechnology Associate
Hear from Dr. Floyd “Ski” Chilton, found- Degree Program, will give a highly

er of Gene Smart, a Wellness & Preven- interactive overview of the world of

tion Company… on subjects that are really nanoscience with a special emphasis

big issues – obesity & chronic inflamma-
tory diseases in America and malnutrition on its application to biotechnology.

and other urgent issues affecting children

in Africa.


Please come along and learn Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for

more….

SciTech, the new science series
www.forsythtech.edu To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]



09021C/2-10

Why Conjurer’s Nut? Health Issues in





A Look at Reproductive Biology in Nestronia Rural Kenya


umbellula Rafinesque, a Rare Plant



Learn more at... Learn more at...




SciTech SciTech





the new science series the new science series


Thursday, March 25, 2010 Thursday, April 22, 2010

4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus 4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus







The SciTech Series Committee

would like to welcome

Forsyth Tech biology instructor Judith Ginn, Forsyth

Chris Sowers introduces his Tech biology instructor,

master’s thesis research and data on and Dr. Tom Ginn,

a rare species with burning questions Judith’s husband, to talk


about our future on a sustainable about their health care work
Earth. in rural Kenya.








Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for
Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for


SciTech, the new science series
SciTech, the new science series To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] 09021E/2-10

09021D/2-10

Why Conjurer’s Nut? Health Issues in





A Look at Reproductive Biology in Nestronia Rural Kenya


umbellula Rafinesque, a Rare Plant



Learn more at... Learn more at...




SciTech SciTech





the new science series the new science series


Thursday, March 25, 2010 Thursday, April 22, 2010

4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus 4-5 p.m. > Room 306 > Technology Building > Main Campus







The SciTech Series Committee

would like to welcome

Forsyth Tech biology instructor Judith Ginn, Forsyth

Chris Sowers introduces his Tech biology instructor,

master’s thesis research and data on and Dr. Tom Ginn,

a rare species with burning questions Judith’s husband, to talk


about our future on a sustainable about their health care work
Earth. in rural Kenya.








Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for
Join Forsyth Tech’s Science Faculty and Staff for


SciTech, the new science series
SciTech, the new science series To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve your place at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] 09021E/2-10

09021D/2-10

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Lecture Series FEATUR ING


FEATUR ING
Academic Year DR. FRank TORTi
DR. FRank CaRvER
Coordinator of Environmental Sciences at Forsyth Tech Wake Forest University Health Sciences
2010-2011
Comprehensive Cancer Center



the the

2010-2011 he SciTech Ideas In Action science lecture series
Thelped celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Forsyth 2010-2011
Tech in 2010. Anniversary events recognized the history
FORSYTH TECH and all the people who have contributed to the school’s
success.
In January the College’s Race Car Technology pro- FORSYTH TECH
speaking on:
gram honored Richard Childress, for whom it ‘s named.
S ci T ech In September the Forsyth Tech Alumni Oval was dedi-
“Environmental Health Science Curriculum
Development in Liberia, West Africa”
Lec T ure cated on the Main Campus. This structure serves as a S ci T ech speaking on:
Serie S gathering area for students; it features a water wall and “Advancing Cancer Treatment
4:00 pm, THURSDAY, FEb. 24, 2011
bricks inscribed with dedications that honor faculty, staff Lec T ure through Technology Innovation”
Ardmore Auditorium
and students, past and present. Serie S
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
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Forsyth Tech also attracted the national spotlight with
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a visit by President Barack Obama and his references to 4:00 pm, WEdNEsdAy, sEpT. 29, 2010
Ardmore Auditorium
the college in his State of the Union address. Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
“We realize this favorable attention did not come about 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
because of the efforts of any one person, but because of winston-sAlem nc 27103
National Center for the
Biotechnology
Forsyth Tech’s overall solid record of achievement,” said
Workforce
the college’s President Dr. Gary Green. He also empha-
sized the strong support of the community and the ded-
icated, inspired service of faculty and staff who work to National Center for the
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Biotechnology
help students succeed. Workforce
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
In keeping with the Anniversary’s “First 50 Years: Leg-
all lectures are free and open to the public.
acy of Learning” slogan, Dr. Green turned his attention
forward, advancing into the future of learning: “Forsyth To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Tech has been hailed as a national leader in finding new at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
ways to train a workforce for the technologically ad- all lectures are free and open to the public.
vanced, globalized economy. The workers of today and
tomorrow must be able to think creatively, solve prob-
lems and adjust to ever-changing realities.”

SciTech IdeaS
SciTech IDEAS
SciTech IdeaS In acTIon

IN ACTION
In acTIon



Lecture Series FEATUR ING


FEATUR ING
Academic Year DR. FRank TORTi
DR. FRank CaRvER
Coordinator of Environmental Sciences at Forsyth Tech Wake Forest University Health Sciences
2010-2011
Comprehensive Cancer Center



the the

2010-2011 he SciTech Ideas In Action science lecture series
Thelped celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Forsyth 2010-2011
Tech in 2010. Anniversary events recognized the history
FORSYTH TECH and all the people who have contributed to the school’s
success.
In January the College’s Race Car Technology pro- FORSYTH TECH
speaking on:
gram honored Richard Childress, for whom it ‘s named.
S ci T ech In September the Forsyth Tech Alumni Oval was dedi-
“Environmental Health Science Curriculum
Development in Liberia, West Africa”
Lec T ure cated on the Main Campus. This structure serves as a S ci T ech speaking on:
Serie S gathering area for students; it features a water wall and “Advancing Cancer Treatment
4:00 pm, THURSDAY, FEb. 24, 2011
bricks inscribed with dedications that honor faculty, staff Lec T ure through Technology Innovation”
Ardmore Auditorium
and students, past and present. Serie S
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
Forsyth Tech also attracted the national spotlight with
winston-sAlem nc 27103
a visit by President Barack Obama and his references to 4:00 pm, WEdNEsdAy, sEpT. 29, 2010
Ardmore Auditorium
the college in his State of the Union address. Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
“We realize this favorable attention did not come about 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
because of the efforts of any one person, but because of winston-sAlem nc 27103
National Center for the
Biotechnology
Forsyth Tech’s overall solid record of achievement,” said
Workforce
the college’s President Dr. Gary Green. He also empha-
sized the strong support of the community and the ded-
icated, inspired service of faculty and staff who work to National Center for the
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Biotechnology
help students succeed. Workforce
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
In keeping with the Anniversary’s “First 50 Years: Leg-
all lectures are free and open to the public.
acy of Learning” slogan, Dr. Green turned his attention
forward, advancing into the future of learning: “Forsyth To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Tech has been hailed as a national leader in finding new at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
ways to train a workforce for the technologically ad- all lectures are free and open to the public.
vanced, globalized economy. The workers of today and
tomorrow must be able to think creatively, solve prob-
lems and adjust to ever-changing realities.”

SciTech IdeaS SciTech IdeaS



In acTIon In acTIon









FEATUR ING FEATUR ING

DR. MaRk WainbERg STEVEn bURkE

McGill University, Past President CEO, Biofuels Center of North Carolina
of the International AIDS Society





the the

2010-2011 2010-2011




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH



speaking on:
speaking on:
S ci T ech S ci T ech “Biofuels Across the Landscape:
“The Benefits of 25 Years of HIV Research
Lec T ure on Laboratory Technology and Human Health” LecTure Vision, Challenge, and Change”

Serie S SerieS
4:00 pm, WEdNEsdAy, OcT. 27, 2010 4:00 pm, mONdAy, NOV. 15, 2010
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
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at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]@forsythtech.edu.
all lectures are free and open to the public. all lectures are free and open to the public.tures are free and open to the public.
all lec

SciTech IdeaS SciTech IdeaS



In acTIon In acTIon









FEATUR ING FEATUR ING

DR. MaRk WainbERg STEVEn bURkE

McGill University, Past President CEO, Biofuels Center of North Carolina
of the International AIDS Society





the the

2010-2011 2010-2011




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH



speaking on:
speaking on:
S ci T ech S ci T ech “Biofuels Across the Landscape:
“The Benefits of 25 Years of HIV Research
Lec T ure on Laboratory Technology and Human Health” LecTure Vision, Challenge, and Change”

Serie S SerieS
4:00 pm, WEdNEsdAy, OcT. 27, 2010 4:00 pm, mONdAy, NOV. 15, 2010
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
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Biotechnology Biotechnology
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at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or mcof
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]@forsythtech.edu.
all lectures are free and open to the public. all lectures are free and open to the public.tures are free and open to the public.
all lec

SciTech IdeaS SciTech IdeaS



In acTIon In acTIon









FEATUR ING FEATUR ING


DR. AnTHOnY ATAlA DR. FRank CaRvER
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Coordinator of Environmental Sciences at Forsyth Tech






the the

2010-2011 2010-2011




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH



speaking on: speaking on:
S ci T ech “Regenerative Medicine: S ci T ech “Environmental Health Science Curriculum

Lec T ure New Approaches to Healthcare” Lec T ure Development in Liberia, West Africa”

Serie S Serie S 4:00 pm, THURSDAY, FEb. 24, 2011
4:00 pm, ThURsdAy, jAN. 26, 2011
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
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National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce




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at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
all lectures are free and open to the public. all lectures are free and open to the public.

SciTech IdeaS SciTech IdeaS



In acTIon In acTIon









FEATUR ING FEATUR ING


DR. AnTHOnY ATAlA DR. FRank CaRvER
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Coordinator of Environmental Sciences at Forsyth Tech






the the

2010-2011 2010-2011




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH



speaking on: speaking on:
S ci T ech “Regenerative Medicine: S ci T ech “Environmental Health Science Curriculum

Lec T ure New Approaches to Healthcare” Lec T ure Development in Liberia, West Africa”

Serie S Serie S 4:00 pm, THURSDAY, FEb. 24, 2011
4:00 pm, ThURsdAy, jAN. 26, 2011
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
winston-sAlem nc 27103 winston-sAlem nc 27103





National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce




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at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
all lectures are free and open to the public. all lectures are free and open to the public.

SciTech IdeaS www.biotechworkforce.org



In acTIon The SciTech Science Lecture Series




Echoing the sounds of Washington, DC across the
campus twice within the past decade with visits by
FEATUR ING two sitting Presidents is no small feat for a
community college. However, that is the history

DR. J. DOnalD deBETHizY revolving around Forsyth Technical Community
College who hosted President George W. Bush in
CEO & President, Targacept 2003 and President Barack Obama in December

2010. As the national spotlight beamed on the
college, the reputation and notoriety of its students
and faculty were exposed to the whole country and US President Barack Obama during his visit to
the beyond, creating a “Sputnik Moment.” This “Sputnik the Biotech Labs at Forsyth Tech
th
Moment” was just one of the showcases celebrating the college’s 50 Anniversary and the
2010-2011 beginning of several events throughout the year.

With the tagline of “The First Fifty Years: A Legacy of Learning,” the challenge was ever present
FORSYTH TECH to produce a showcase of events of common interest for the student body, faculty and
community. Needless to say, the Presidential visit would always loom as the event that brought
national attention to the college and particularly with the
speaking on:
S ci T ech “The Targacept Story: President inviting one of our graduating Biotechnology students to
Washington for the State of the Union Address. However, the
Lec T ure From the Bench to the Clinic” showcasing of the college had begun much earlier in the year with

Serie S a faculty brainstorming session searching for innovative ideas to
th
4:00 pm, ThURsdAy, mARch 17, 2011 celebrate the college’s 50 Anniversary. From this discussion, the
Ardmore Auditorium SciTech Science Lecture Series was born with a goal of featuring a
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus series of high-profile speakers
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy who would visit the college and
winston-sAlem nc 27103 present on their area of
Dr. Frank Torti explaining the advances of
cancer treatment during September’s lecture knowledge and expertise.

As the search for speakers began, the question arose as to
which area of science to spotlight. Having the good fortune
of living in the Piedmont Triad area with its many medical,
research and technology facilities, the pool of candidates
was nearly endless. The SciTech Team was able to tap into a
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer resource of very prominent, high profile people from the Forsyth Tech’s President, Dr. Gary Green, with
October’s guest speaker, Dr. Mark Wainberg
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] community, as well as local colleges and abroad.
all lectures are free and open to the public.
To begin the new academic year, the first lecture was scheduled in September 2010 with Dr.
Frank Torti, Director of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center’s Comprehensive Cancer
Center, who began the series with the topic of better approaches in treating cancer and

SciTech IdeaS www.biotechworkforce.org



In acTIon The SciTech Science Lecture Series




Echoing the sounds of Washington, DC across the
campus twice within the past decade with visits by
FEATUR ING two sitting Presidents is no small feat for a
community college. However, that is the history

DR. J. DOnalD deBETHizY revolving around Forsyth Technical Community
College who hosted President George W. Bush in
CEO & President, Targacept 2003 and President Barack Obama in December

2010. As the national spotlight beamed on the
college, the reputation and notoriety of its students
and faculty were exposed to the whole country and US President Barack Obama during his visit to
the beyond, creating a “Sputnik Moment.” This “Sputnik the Biotech Labs at Forsyth Tech
th
Moment” was just one of the showcases celebrating the college’s 50 Anniversary and the
2010-2011 beginning of several events throughout the year.

With the tagline of “The First Fifty Years: A Legacy of Learning,” the challenge was ever present
FORSYTH TECH to produce a showcase of events of common interest for the student body, faculty and
community. Needless to say, the Presidential visit would always loom as the event that brought
national attention to the college and particularly with the
speaking on:
S ci T ech “The Targacept Story: President inviting one of our graduating Biotechnology students to
Washington for the State of the Union Address. However, the
Lec T ure From the Bench to the Clinic” showcasing of the college had begun much earlier in the year with

Serie S a faculty brainstorming session searching for innovative ideas to
th
4:00 pm, ThURsdAy, mARch 17, 2011 celebrate the college’s 50 Anniversary. From this discussion, the
Ardmore Auditorium SciTech Science Lecture Series was born with a goal of featuring a
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus series of high-profile speakers
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy who would visit the college and
winston-sAlem nc 27103 present on their area of
Dr. Frank Torti explaining the advances of
cancer treatment during September’s lecture knowledge and expertise.

As the search for speakers began, the question arose as to
which area of science to spotlight. Having the good fortune
of living in the Piedmont Triad area with its many medical,
research and technology facilities, the pool of candidates
was nearly endless. The SciTech Team was able to tap into a
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer resource of very prominent, high profile people from the Forsyth Tech’s President, Dr. Gary Green, with
October’s guest speaker, Dr. Mark Wainberg
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] community, as well as local colleges and abroad.
all lectures are free and open to the public.
To begin the new academic year, the first lecture was scheduled in September 2010 with Dr.
Frank Torti, Director of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center’s Comprehensive Cancer
Center, who began the series with the topic of better approaches in treating cancer and





FEATUR ING

NANCY JOHNSTON
Executive Director of the NC Biotechnology Center’s
Piedmont Triad Regional Office






the
SciTech IDEAS 2011-2012




IN ACTION FORSYTH TECH
FEATUR ING

NANCY JOHNSTON
Executive Director of the NC Biotechnology Center’s speaking on:
Piedmont Triad Regional Office S ci T ech “Catalyzing Regional Strengths to
Lecture Series Lec T ure Support Bioscience Job Growth”

Serie S
the 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, sEpTEmbER 22, 2011
Ardmore Auditorium
Academic Year 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
2011-2012 Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus

winston-sAlem nc 27103
2011-2012 Click here for PDF Report
FORSYTH TECH


speaking on: National Center for the
S ci T ech “Catalyzing Regional Strengths to Biotechnology
Workforce
Lec T ure Support Bioscience Job Growth”

Serie S
4:00 pm ThURsdAy, sEpTEmbER 22, 2011 To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy All lectures are free and open to the public.
winston-sAlem nc 27103




National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING

NANCY JOHNSTON
Executive Director of the NC Biotechnology Center’s
Piedmont Triad Regional Office






the
SciTech IDEAS 2011-2012




IN ACTION FORSYTH TECH
FEATUR ING

NANCY JOHNSTON
Executive Director of the NC Biotechnology Center’s speaking on:
Piedmont Triad Regional Office S ci T ech “Catalyzing Regional Strengths to
Lecture Series Lec T ure Support Bioscience Job Growth”

Serie S
the 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, sEpTEmbER 22, 2011
Ardmore Auditorium
Academic Year 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
2011-2012 Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus

winston-sAlem nc 27103
2011-2012 Click here for PDF Report
FORSYTH TECH


speaking on: National Center for the
S ci T ech “Catalyzing Regional Strengths to Biotechnology
Workforce
Lec T ure Support Bioscience Job Growth”

Serie S
4:00 pm ThURsdAy, sEpTEmbER 22, 2011 To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy All lectures are free and open to the public.
winston-sAlem nc 27103




National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING FEATUR ING
MORRIS J. CLARKE, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences, CAROL STROHECKER
Winston-Salem State University Director of the Center for Design Innovation







the the

2011-2012 2011-2012




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH


speaking on: speaking on:
S CI T ECH “From Mount Pharmacology S CI T ECH “The Importance of Design in the

LECTURE to the Shores of Biotechnology: LECTURE Winston-Salem Community”
A ‘Wellcome’ Experience”
SERIES SERIES 4:00 PM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011
4:00 PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011 ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
ARDMORE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
Click here for PDF Report


National Center for the National Center for the
Biotechnology Biotechnology
Workforce Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING FEATUR ING
MORRIS J. CLARKE, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences, CAROL STROHECKER
Winston-Salem State University Director of the Center for Design Innovation







the the

2011-2012 2011-2012




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH


speaking on: speaking on:
S CI T ECH “From Mount Pharmacology S CI T ECH “The Importance of Design in the

LECTURE to the Shores of Biotechnology: LECTURE Winston-Salem Community”
A ‘Wellcome’ Experience”
SERIES SERIES 4:00 PM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011
4:00 PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011 ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
ARDMORE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
Click here for PDF Report


National Center for the National Center for the
Biotechnology Biotechnology
Workforce Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING FEATUR ING

STEVEN B. MIZEL, PH.D
TIM BERTRAM, DVM, PhD Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology,
President, Research and Development and Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Chief Scientific Officer AND
BRUCE KAYLOS
Program Manager, NCBIO Biotech Manufacturers Forum

the the

2011-2012 2011-2012




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH




speaking on: S CI T ECH STEVEN B. MIZEL, PH.D BRUCE KAYLOS
S CI T ECH “Regenerative Medicine - Growing speaking on:

LECTURE Today, Tomorrow and the Future” LECTURE “Vaccines: Why and How”

SERIES SERIES
4:00 PM THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2012 4:00 PM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2012
ARDMORE AUDITORIUM ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
Click here for PDF Report

National Center for the
National Center for the Biotechnology
Biotechnology Workforce
Workforce


To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] All lectures are free and open to the public.
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING FEATUR ING

STEVEN B. MIZEL, PH.D
TIM BERTRAM, DVM, PhD Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology,
President, Research and Development and Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Chief Scientific Officer AND
BRUCE KAYLOS
Program Manager, NCBIO Biotech Manufacturers Forum

the the

2011-2012 2011-2012




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH




speaking on: S CI T ECH STEVEN B. MIZEL, PH.D BRUCE KAYLOS
S CI T ECH “Regenerative Medicine - Growing speaking on:

LECTURE Today, Tomorrow and the Future” LECTURE “Vaccines: Why and How”

SERIES SERIES
4:00 PM THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2012 4:00 PM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2012
ARDMORE AUDITORIUM ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
Click here for PDF Report

National Center for the
National Center for the Biotechnology
Biotechnology Workforce
Workforce


To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] All lectures are free and open to the public.
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING
SciTech IDEAS

FEATUR ING
JERRY BARKER IN ACTION
Founder and President of Ocular Systems, Inc.
DR. ADESANMI “ABEL” OJO





the
the
2011-2012 2012-2013 Lecture Series


Academic Year
FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH

speaking on:
2012-2013
speaking on: S ci T ech “From Forsyth Tech to
S CI T ECH
S ci T ech “An Eye Toward Innovation” Lec T ure Medical School and Beyond”
Lec T ure SIGNATUR E 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012
Serie S
4:00 pm ThURsdAy, mARch 15, 2012 LECTURE
Ardmore Auditorium
Serie S Ardmore Auditorium SER IES Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy winston-sAlem nc 27103
winston-sAlem nc 27103



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Click here for PDF Report Biotechnology
Workforce

National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING
SciTech IDEAS

FEATUR ING
JERRY BARKER IN ACTION
Founder and President of Ocular Systems, Inc.
DR. ADESANMI “ABEL” OJO





the
the
2011-2012 2012-2013 Lecture Series


Academic Year
FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH

speaking on:
2012-2013
speaking on: S ci T ech “From Forsyth Tech to
S CI T ECH
S ci T ech “An Eye Toward Innovation” Lec T ure Medical School and Beyond”
Lec T ure SIGNATUR E 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012
Serie S
4:00 pm ThURsdAy, mARch 15, 2012 LECTURE
Ardmore Auditorium
Serie S Ardmore Auditorium SER IES Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy winston-sAlem nc 27103
winston-sAlem nc 27103



National Center for the
Click here for PDF Report Biotechnology
Workforce

National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING




DOUG DRABBLE
Director of BioNetwork and Life Science Initiatives






the

2012-2013




FORSYTH TECH



speaking on:
S CI T ECH “Career Success in Life Science”

LECTURE
4:00 PM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
SERIES ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103


Click here for PDF Report You Tube Link
You Tube Link


National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING




DOUG DRABBLE
Director of BioNetwork and Life Science Initiatives






the

2012-2013




FORSYTH TECH



speaking on:
S CI T ECH “Career Success in Life Science”

LECTURE
4:00 PM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
SERIES ARDMORE AUDITORIUM
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103


Click here for PDF Report You Tube Link
You Tube Link


National Center for the
Biotechnology
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING
FEATUR ING


DR. ADESANMI “ABEL” OJO
DR. ADESAnmi “AbEl” OjO








the the
2012-2013 2012-2013




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH

speaking on:
speaking on:
“From Forsyth Tech to S ci T ech “From Forsyth Tech to
S ci T ech S CI T ECH Medical School and Beyond”
Lec T ure
Lec T ure Medical School and Beyond” SIGNATUR E
Serie S
Serie S 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012 LECTURE 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus SER IES Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
winston-sAlem nc 27103 winston-sAlem nc 27103



Click here for PDF Report You Tube Link

National Center for the
National Center for the Biotechnology
Biotechnology Workforce
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures are free and open to the public.

FEATUR ING
FEATUR ING


DR. ADESANMI “ABEL” OJO
DR. ADESAnmi “AbEl” OjO








the the
2012-2013 2012-2013




FORSYTH TECH FORSYTH TECH

speaking on:
speaking on:
“From Forsyth Tech to S ci T ech “From Forsyth Tech to
S ci T ech S CI T ECH Medical School and Beyond”
Lec T ure
Lec T ure Medical School and Beyond” SIGNATUR E
Serie S
Serie S 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012 LECTURE 4:00 pm ThURsdAy, NovEmbER 15, 2012
Ardmore Auditorium Ardmore Auditorium
Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus SER IES Forsyth tech mAin cAmpus
2100 silAs creek pArkwAy 2100 silAs creek pArkwAy
winston-sAlem nc 27103 winston-sAlem nc 27103



Click here for PDF Report You Tube Link

National Center for the
National Center for the Biotechnology
Biotechnology Workforce
Workforce



To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures are free and open to the public.

A 2013 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

“Biotech: Risk and Reward” “Building the New Hub for Innovation –



A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES A Winston-Salem Opportunity”
“Biotech: Risk and Reward”
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Biotech: Risk and Reward” FEATURING



FEATURING Eric Tomlinson, DSc, PhD

Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Chief Innovation Officer

SciTech IDEAS
President and Chief Executive Officer Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
FEATURING
Targacept President,
IN ACTION
FEATURING
Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Wake Forest Innovation Quarter
Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Targacept
4:00 PM THURSDAY
President and Chief Executive Officer
Targacept
February 20, 2014 4:00 PM THURSDAY
Lecture Series

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS SEPTEMBER 19, 2013
4:00 PM THURSDAY
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
February 20, 2014
Academic Year
4:00 PM THURSDAY
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
February 20, 2014
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
2013-2014
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer Click here for PDF Report
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Upcoming
DIRECTIONS:
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. SCITECH LECTURE
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek FEATURING
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Roger Cubicciotti, PhD
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
DIRECTIONS: President/CEO & Science Advisior, NanoMedica, Inc.
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
The Oak Gr
then turn right into the first drive.ove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
DIRECTIONS: OCTOBER 17 - 4:00 PM
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
then turn right into the first drive.
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive.

A 2013 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

“Biotech: Risk and Reward” “Building the New Hub for Innovation –



A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES A Winston-Salem Opportunity”
“Biotech: Risk and Reward”
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Biotech: Risk and Reward” FEATURING



FEATURING Eric Tomlinson, DSc, PhD

Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Chief Innovation Officer

SciTech IDEAS
President and Chief Executive Officer Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
FEATURING
Targacept President,
IN ACTION
FEATURING
Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Wake Forest Innovation Quarter
Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Targacept
4:00 PM THURSDAY
President and Chief Executive Officer
Targacept
February 20, 2014 4:00 PM THURSDAY
Lecture Series

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS SEPTEMBER 19, 2013
4:00 PM THURSDAY
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
February 20, 2014
Academic Year
4:00 PM THURSDAY
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
February 20, 2014
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
2013-2014
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer Click here for PDF Report
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Upcoming
DIRECTIONS:
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. SCITECH LECTURE
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek FEATURING
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Roger Cubicciotti, PhD
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
DIRECTIONS: President/CEO & Science Advisior, NanoMedica, Inc.
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
The Oak Gr
then turn right into the first drive.ove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
DIRECTIONS: OCTOBER 17 - 4:00 PM
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
then turn right into the first drive.
on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive.

A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2013 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

“The Chemistry of Teams” “A Race Against Time: How Biotechnology

is Transforming Our Largest Critical Industry”










FEATURING FEATURING

Roger Cubicciotti, PhD Gwyn F. Riddick, M.B.A.



President/CEO & Science Advisor, Executive Advisor, Strategic Development
NanoMedica, Inc. Agricultural Biotechnology Consultant






4:00 PM THURSDAY 4:00 PM THURSDAY

OCTOBER 17, 2013 JANUARY 16, 2014


OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.






Click here for PDF Report
Click here for PDF Report
DIRECTIONS: DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
on Miller Street and go to the end of the on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive. then turn right into the first drive.
You Tube Link You Tube Link

A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2013 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

“The Chemistry of Teams” “A Race Against Time: How Biotechnology

is Transforming Our Largest Critical Industry”










FEATURING FEATURING

Roger Cubicciotti, PhD Gwyn F. Riddick, M.B.A.



President/CEO & Science Advisor, Executive Advisor, Strategic Development
NanoMedica, Inc. Agricultural Biotechnology Consultant






4:00 PM THURSDAY 4:00 PM THURSDAY

OCTOBER 17, 2013 JANUARY 16, 2014


OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.






Click here for PDF Report
Click here for PDF Report
DIRECTIONS: DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
on Miller Street and go to the end of the on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive. then turn right into the first drive.
You Tube Link You Tube Link

A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Education for Innovation: Preparing Students and
“Biotech: Risk and Reward” Their Teachers to Work in a World of Technology Change”













FEATURING FEATURING

Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Paul Kortenaar, PhD



President and Chief Executive Officer Executive Director
Targacept SciWorks







4:00 PM THURSDAY 4:00 PM THURSDAY

February 20, 2014 March 20, 2014


OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


Photo credit: David Rolfe, Winston-Salem Journal


Click here for PDF Report Click here for PDF Report
DIRECTIONS: DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
on Miller Street and go to the end of the on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive. then turn right into the first drive.
You Tube Link You Tube Link

A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
A 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Education for Innovation: Preparing Students and
“Biotech: Risk and Reward” Their Teachers to Work in a World of Technology Change”













FEATURING FEATURING

Stephen A. Hill, B.M. B.Ch., M.A., F.R.C.S. Paul Kortenaar, PhD



President and Chief Executive Officer Executive Director
Targacept SciWorks







4:00 PM THURSDAY 4:00 PM THURSDAY

February 20, 2014 March 20, 2014


OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]


ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


Photo credit: David Rolfe, Winston-Salem Journal


Click here for PDF Report Click here for PDF Report
DIRECTIONS: DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth
Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Tech’s Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek
Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus Parkway in Winston-Salem. Enter campus
on Miller Street and go to the end of the on Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive. then turn right into the first drive.
You Tube Link You Tube Link

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES


2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”
2014 -2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES






SCITECH SPEAKER SERIES - SUMMER LECTURE “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”





“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”

“NSF - ATE Grants and Funding Opportunities” “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”


FEATURING

Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Dr. V. Celeste Carter, Ph.D Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University
Associate Professor of Philosophy

Program Director Associate Professor of Philosophy
SciTech IDEAS
National Science Foundation Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015


4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
IN ACTION
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY
June 26, 2014 To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

BIOTECH PLACE AUDITORIUM To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
INNOVATION QUARTER
575 N. PATTERSON AVE WINSTON-SALEM NC 27101 ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
Lecture Series

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
LECTURE IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Click here for NSF Information Academic Year
2014-2015
DIRECTIONS: Interstate 40 West
Entering Winston-Salem, take Exit 5D, Main Street. Turn right
onto Main Street and follow north several blocks before turning
right onto Sixth Street. The visitor parking lot for Wake Forest
Biotech Place will be on your right, 270 E. Sixth St., directly
across the street from the building.

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES


2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”
2014 -2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES






SCITECH SPEAKER SERIES - SUMMER LECTURE “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”





“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”

“NSF - ATE Grants and Funding Opportunities” “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”


FEATURING

Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
FEATURING Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Dr. V. Celeste Carter, Ph.D Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University
Associate Professor of Philosophy

Program Director Associate Professor of Philosophy
SciTech IDEAS
National Science Foundation Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015


4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
IN ACTION
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY
June 26, 2014 To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

BIOTECH PLACE AUDITORIUM To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
INNOVATION QUARTER
575 N. PATTERSON AVE WINSTON-SALEM NC 27101 ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
Lecture Series

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
LECTURE IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Click here for NSF Information Academic Year
2014-2015
DIRECTIONS: Interstate 40 West
Entering Winston-Salem, take Exit 5D, Main Street. Turn right
onto Main Street and follow north several blocks before turning
right onto Sixth Street. The visitor parking lot for Wake Forest
Biotech Place will be on your right, 270 E. Sixth St., directly
across the street from the building.

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



“The Future of Non-Renewable Energy Sources”











FEATURING
David N. McNelis, Ph.D.



Director, Center for Sustainable Energy, Environment and

Economic Development

Institute for the EnvironmentUniversity of North Carolina at

Chapel Hill
4:00 PM THURSDAY- October 16, 2014

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]





ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.




OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103


Click here for PDF Report











You Tube Link You Tube Link

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



“The Future of Non-Renewable Energy Sources”











FEATURING
David N. McNelis, Ph.D.



Director, Center for Sustainable Energy, Environment and

Economic Development

Institute for the EnvironmentUniversity of North Carolina at

Chapel Hill
4:00 PM THURSDAY- October 16, 2014

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]





ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.




OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103


Click here for PDF Report











You Tube Link You Tube Link

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



NSF ATE Bioscience Industry Fellowship Project: “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”



“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”
2014 Fellows Share their experiences





FEATURING FEATURING
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Ezekiel Barnes Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.


Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Daymond Lindell Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society

Associate Professor of Philosophy
Heather King Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Philosophy
Wake Forest University
Jude Okoyeh



4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015 4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY

November 20, 2014


To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]
2014 BIFP Fellows

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS

2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 Click here for Powerpoint Presentation
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.




DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth Tech’s
Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Parkway
in Winston–Salem. Enter campus on
Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive.
You Tube Link

2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES 2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



NSF ATE Bioscience Industry Fellowship Project: “Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”



“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”
2014 Fellows Share their experiences





FEATURING FEATURING
FEATURING
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Ezekiel Barnes Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.


Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society
Daymond Lindell Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society

Associate Professor of Philosophy
Heather King Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Philosophy
Wake Forest University
Jude Okoyeh



4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015 4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015
4:00 PM THURSDAY

November 20, 2014


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OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS

2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103 Click here for Powerpoint Presentation
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

at 336.734.7205 or [email protected] ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.




DIRECTIONS:
The Oak Grove Center is on Forsyth Tech’s
Main Campus at 2100 Silas Creek Parkway
in Winston–Salem. Enter campus on
Miller Street and go to the end of the
street. Turn left onto Oak Grove Road and
then turn right into the first drive.
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2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES 2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

In Conjunction with the 2015 National c3bc Meeting

“CSI IN THE REAL WORLD”
“Regenerative Medicine: Current Concepts and Changing Trends”







FEATURING
Anthony Atala, M.D. FEATURING


Jennifer Bryant
Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Chair of the Urology Department at WFU
Instructor Criminal Justice and
Latent Evidence at Forsyth Tech
FEBRUARY 27, 2015


FRIDAY @ 11:00 AM MARCH 19, 2015



THURSDAY @ 4:00 PM
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ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

Click here for PDF Report








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2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES 2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES

In Conjunction with the 2015 National c3bc Meeting

“CSI IN THE REAL WORLD”
“Regenerative Medicine: Current Concepts and Changing Trends”







FEATURING
Anthony Atala, M.D. FEATURING


Jennifer Bryant
Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Chair of the Urology Department at WFU
Instructor Criminal Justice and
Latent Evidence at Forsyth Tech
FEBRUARY 27, 2015


FRIDAY @ 11:00 AM MARCH 19, 2015



THURSDAY @ 4:00 PM
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

Click here for PDF Report








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“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”

2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2015-2016 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES


“Young at Heart”


2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks” FEATURING

Barbara A. Pisani, D.O.



SciTech IDEAS Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Professor of Cardiology,


FEATURING IN ACTION
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.


Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society 4:00 PM THURSDAY- September 24, 2015



Associate Professor of Philosophy

Wake Forest University

Lecture Series
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mica Welsh at 336.757.3381 or [email protected]
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015 OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

Academic Year




2015 - 2016
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In support of the Heart and Stroke Walk- October 17, 2015
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Consider joining the Forsyth Tech Team!!!

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Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society




















Associate Professor of Philosophy




















Wake Forest University





















































4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015










































































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ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.





























OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks”

2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2015-2016 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES


“Young at Heart”


2014 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES



“Identifying, Managing and Communicating Research Risks” FEATURING

Barbara A. Pisani, D.O.



SciTech IDEAS Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Professor of Cardiology,


FEATURING IN ACTION
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.


Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society 4:00 PM THURSDAY- September 24, 2015



Associate Professor of Philosophy

Wake Forest University

Lecture Series
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mica Welsh at 336.757.3381 or [email protected]
ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015 OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

Academic Year




2015 - 2016
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]



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ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103 FEATURING







In support of the Heart and Stroke Walk- October 17, 2015
Ana S. Iltis, Ph.D.
Consider joining the Forsyth Tech Team!!!

Consider





































Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society




















Associate Professor of Philosophy




















Wake Forest University





















































4:00 PM THURSDAY- January 22, 2015










































































To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or [email protected]





























































ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.





























OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103

2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
2015 SCITECH LECTURE SERIES
“My Journey from Higher Education into the “Healing, Fueling, and Feeding the World:


Biopharmaceutical Industry” The Triad’s Role”











FEATURING FEATURING
Dr. Norma V. Quiñones Doug Edgeton, MPH, MBA
President & CEO, NC Biotechnology Center

Learning Consultant for Global Quality

Training and Development at Biogen




4:00 PM THURSDAY- October 15, 2015 4:00 PM THURSDAY- November 19, 2015








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ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.



OAK GROVE AUDITORIUM - FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS, 2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27103
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