pgEd is leading a movement to expand conversation about the personal and social impacts of genetics, so we all feel empowered to ask questions, make informed decisions, and advocate for ourselves and our communities.
With the latest additions to our team, pgEd has expanded beyond Massachusetts. We also have offices in Connecticut, Maryland, and southern California. Contact us to ask about an in-person or virtual visit with your community.
Thank you to the Social Impact Entertainment (SIE) Society, the Association of Science Communicators, Science on State Street organizers (Framingham, MA), Azusa Pacific University (Azusa, CA), Foster High School (Tukwila, WA), and others for hosting pgEd this spring. Find out how pgEd is collaborating with leaders in many spaces to meet people where they are.
Robin had a great time sharing curricula with health teachers at the SHAPE America conference this spring. Our lessons are also being used in biology, social studies, and outside the classroom. Download our free curricula.
Join us May 11th for the final webinar in our series on Exploring Difference in the Biology Classroom, presented in collaboration with the Center for ELSI Resources and Analysis (CERA). Register for this program and check out videos from our first three webinars.
On June 27th, pgEd will be joining the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) for a Teacher Tip Tuesday webinar on inclusive pedigree nomenclature. Check out this program and additional offerings for teachers.
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Genetics is moving quickly, so pgEd is expanding. Donations to pgEd help advance our mission by supporting curriculum development, teacher workshops, community programming, and more. We are grateful for any contribution you wish to make. Make a gift to support our work.
pgEd is based in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. 15% of all donations to pgEd go to support the university’s administrative costs.