Personal Genetics Education Project

Map-Ed at the frontiers – thank you, Antarctica!

Map-Ed_AntarcticaThanks to the pioneers in Antarctica, Map-Ed now has pins from all three U.S. stations in Antarctica – McMurdo, Palmer, and Amundsen-Scott at the South Pole (see map below). In particular, pgEd is grateful to Andrea Loehr and her colleagues who helped bring Map-Ed to these new frontiers.

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Upcoming Events

Sep 14

National Society of Genetic Counselors annual conference

September 14
Columbus OH
United States
Sep 15

Duke panel on Orphan Black

September 15
Durham NC
United States
Nov 09

National Association of Biology Teachers annual conference

November 9 - November 12
Saint Louis MO
United States

In the News

As we finish up another week of Teaching the Genome Generation at the Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor Maine, teachers are excited to receive a copy of David Epstein's "The Sports Gene". pgEd loves leading the social and ethical dimension of this annual professional development course. Looking for some summer reading? Check out pged.org/book-corner/ ... See MoreSee Less

Posted by pgEd 7 days ago

As we finish up another week of Teaching the Genome Generation at the Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor Maine, teachers are excited to receive a copy of David Epsteins The Sports Gene. pgEd loves leading the social and ethical dimension of this annual professional development course.  Looking for some summer reading? Check out http://pged.org/book-corner/

What a wonderful three days at our Summer Institute! Thanks to our friends at Brockton High School for hosting us, and to all the teachers who came and shared their energy, passion and ideas. There will be lots for pgEd to get inspirations from as we develop our new unit of lessons on genetics and identity.
See everyone at our next workshop in Boston in less than two weeks!
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Posted by pgEd 3 weeks ago

What a wonderful three days at our Summer Institute! Thanks to our friends at Brockton High School for hosting us, and to all the teachers who came and shared their energy, passion and ideas. There will be lots for pgEd to get inspirations from as we develop our new unit of lessons on genetics and identity.
See everyone at our next workshop in Boston in less than two weeks!

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