Personal Genetics Education Project

New Decade Resolution

At the start of 2020, pgEd made the New Decade Resolution to visit all 50 states in the USA. Our 2019 travels (e.g. to host or participate in teacher workshops, participate in various conferences, and meet with hundreds of students) inspired us to draw “pgEd’s 50-State Tour Map”. Our New Decade Resolution is to color all states green in the upcoming years.

Will you help us achieve our goal of visiting all 50 states (and beyond!)?

Contact us at pged@pged.med.harvard.edu if you’re interested in working with pgEd.

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As pgEd's calendar starts filling up for 2020, let's have a look at some highlights from last year's events. ... See MoreSee Less

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A behind the scenes peek of the movie ANYA!

pgEd collaborated with the filmmakers to provide insights on ethical issues related to genetics. We're excited for the film to promote conversations about genetic technologies.
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Thanks for sharing! We're scheduling free Skype Q&As all day 2/20/20 in celebration of ANTHRODAY. And have a discount code as well.

Three great options to celebrate #AnthroDay2020 (2/20/20) with ANYA, a modern science and fiction drama grounded in genetics and anthropology. Option 1: Watch ANYA for 20% off between 2/18-2/25 at vimeo.com/ondemand/anyamovie with coupon code ANYA2020. Option 2: Join in the online discussion at 2/18-2/25 athttps://www.facebook.com/events/165431928023472/ Option 3: Schedule a free Skype Q&A anytime 2/20/20 with ANYA's co-creator, anthropologist Carylanna Taylor. Great for a classroom discussions! Message us or email info@1efilms.com to schedule.

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