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Harford Community College Students to be Part of Biomanufacturing Cooperative Educational Program

Harford Community College has partnered with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) on an Education Partnership Agreement (EPA) to formalize opportunities for biotechnology students enrolled at the College.

Harford Community College and DEVCOM CBC (formerly Edgewood Chemical Biological Center) signed their first Education Partnership Agreement in 2013 that encouraged collaboration between the two organizations in STEM disciplines. Harford Community College is expanding their biotechnology program through a recent National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grant for its “Building Interest and Opportunities Through Engagement and Collaborative (BIOTEC) Pathways” program.

For more information about Harford Community College’s biotechnology program, contact Professor Jackie Madden at

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