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Call for ABE Board Nominations

January 13, 2021 10:26 PM | Karen Gottlieb (Administrator)

Dear ABE Members,  

Prior to the conference in May, elections will be held for Member-at-Large seats on the ABE Board of Directors.  The Board leads our organization in advancing its mission, which is to promote the critical foundational role of Biochemistry in healthcare education, to foster innovation in Biochemistry education, and to support the development and advancement of Biochemistry educators.  The Board considers all proposals for new initiatives and serves as the planning committee for ABE biennial conferences. Service on the Board provides not only a valuable contribution to biochemistry education but also a unique opportunity for professional development.  Board members gain professional recognition at the national level that may contribute to professional advancement.

The ABE Nominating Committee seeks nominations for a slate of candidates to fill three Member-at-Large vacancies on the Board of Directors.  The ABE Board of Directors consists of eleven voting members: President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Past-President, and six Members-at-Large. Members-at-Large are elected to serve four-year terms.  

The deadline for nominations is 12 noon EDT on Monday, February 1st.

For more details and to submit your nomination packet, visit the Board Nominations page.  

The slate of nominees will be posted on the ABE website by February 15th and the election will occur during the first two weeks of March.  

If you have any questions about service on the Board, please contact ABE Past-President, Susan Cline at 478-301-2231 or cline_sd@mercer.edu.     

We hope that you consider volunteering for a position on the ABE Board!  

Sincerely,

The ABE Nominating Committee

Robert Bateman, Susan Cline, and Danielle Cruthirds


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