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Employment History

Biology Professor

Community College of Aurora


Full Time Biology Professor

Community College of Aurora


Coordinator of Biotechnology Program

Community College of Aurora


Chair

State Faculty Advisory Council


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www.denverpost.com

But the number of adjuncts has been climbing as the schools try to keep costs down, said Todd Bergren, professor of biology at Community College of Aurora.
Even some neighboring states can offer enough to lure faculty away, Bergren said. "They say I can make more in Wyoming," he said.


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* Educator of the Year - Dr. Todd Bergren is the Chair of the State Faculty Advisory Council (SFAC) for the community college system of Colorado and also is a full time biology professor at the Community College of Aurora (CCA) where he has taught for the last 15 years.


www.denverpost.com

Instead of working on rote experiments where the outcome is known, students in the CCA classes often work on real projects, where results are unknown, said Todd Bergren, coordinator of CCA's biotechnology program.He teaches a class titled Nucleic Acid Techniques and Molecular Cloning.


www.bio-link.org

The program coordinator, Dr. Todd Bergren was there to greet and help.


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