55th Annual
NWBIO Conference
May 8-10, 2020

hosted by

Wenatchee Valley College

Wenatchee Valley College
1300 Fifth Street
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
http://www.wvc.edu

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Registration


Registration for the 2020 conference will open in 2020.


Accommodations


TBA




Parking

TBA


Abstract Submissions

Abstract submissions will be open soon. 

Deadline will be announced then.



Conference Program

TBA

 


Field Trips

TBA


Our sponsors will be listed here

What is NWBIO?

NWBIO (Northwest Biology Instructor's Organization) began in 1966 as a way to facilitate dialogue between faculty of Washington State community colleges, universities, and private four-year colleges, on pedagogical and scientific problems in the field of biology. Originally called WACBT (Washington Association of College Biology Teachers), NWBIO now includes additional faculty from British Columbia, Oregon, and Northern Idaho.

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Annual Conference Locations and Hosts:

2020

Wenatchee Valley College

2019

Chemeketa Community College--Yamhill Campus

2018

Portland Community College

2017

University of Washington, Tacoma & Tacoma CC

2016

Lane CC and University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

2015

University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC

2014

Bellevue Community College

2013

Pasco, Columbia Basin College

2012

Everett Community College

2011

Yakima Valley Community College

2010

Ocean Shores, Grays Harbor College

2009

Astoria, Clatsop Community College

2008

Salem, Chemeketa Community College

2007

Pack Forest, Edmonds Community College

2006

Bainbridge Island, Bellevue Community College

2005

Gresham, Mt Hood Community College

2004

Tacoma, Tacoma Community College and University of Washington-Tacoma

2003

Yakima, Yakima Valley Community College

2002

Bremerton, Olympic College? and North Seattle Community College

2001

Vancouver, WA, Clark College

2000

Vancouver, B.C., Langara College and the University of British Columbia

1999

Eugene, Lane Community College and the University of Oregon

1998

Seattle, Seattle Central CC and Seattle Pacific University

1997

Everett, Everett CC and University of Washington

1996

Aberdeen, Grays Harbor CC

1995

Portland, Mt Hood CC and Portland CC

1994

Spokane Falls, Spokane Falls CC and Washington State University

1993

Camp Waskowitz, North Seattle CC and Bellevue CC

1992

Ellensburg, Yakima Valley CC and Central Washington University

1991

Camp Casey, Shoreline CC and Skagit Valley CC

1990

Cispus, Lower Columbia CC

1989

Cheney, Eastern Washington University

1988

Abbotsford, B.C., Fraser Valley College

1987

Pack Forest, Seattle University

1986

Everett, Everett CC

1985

Moses Lake, Big Bend CC

1984

Castlegar, B.C., Selkirk College

1983

Lake Wilderness, University of Washington

1982

Sunquist Lab, Skagit Valley CC

1981

Fort Wright, Spokane CC

1980

Gwinwood, The Evergreen State College

1979

Camp Casey, Seattle Pacific University

1978

Cispus, Centralia College and Central Washington University

1977

Battelle Northwest, Columbia Basin CC

1976

Camp David, Peninsula CC

1975

Camp Seymour, Tacoma CC

1974

Gonzaga Retreat House, Spokane Falls CC

1973

Pack Forest, Highline CC

1972

Roche Harbor, Bellevue CC

1971

Lake Quinalt,Grays Harbor CC

1970

Camp Field, Wenatchee Valley College

1969

Hidden Valley Ranch, Green River CC

1968

Everett, Everett CC

1967

Stehekin, Shoreline CC

1966

Rosario Beach, Shoreline CC and Everett CC