What is SABER?
The Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) is a scientific community whose members develop theory and generate evidence with the goals of improving post-secondary biology education. SABER fosters discipline-based education research in biology and its dissemination.
Read more about SABER mission, goals, and history here.
Special Interest Groups
SABER Special Interest groups continue to have a web presence. Read about the Special Interest Groups and get involved here.
Other events of potential interest to SABER members
Dr. Paula Lemons, University of Georgia, wins Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Dr. Lemon's research is Biology Education Research and she has been a member of SABER from the beginning. Congratulations Paula!
Dr. Marilyne Stains, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wins Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Dr. Stains focuses on closing the gap between research and practice in science education. Congratulations Marilyne!
Deadline for SABER WEST CourseSource workshop is November 4. Learn more here.
SABER WEST 2020 is January 18-19. Learn more here.