Identity, Genetics and History: Professional Development Workshop, Sioux Falls, SD
July 25 - July 27
This summer, pgEd is excited to hold a three-day professional development workshop at Sanford Research Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This interdisciplinary workshop will explore the ethical and social issues of genetics that affect individuals, families and society.
Topics will include: Introduction to personal genetics; American eugenics movement; ethics and gene editing; athletics and genetics; race, ancestry and genetics
Who should attend? Workshop content is especially relevant for teachers of life science, health, social studies, law, genetics, psychology, biotechnology, physical education or bioethics. Teachers and non-educators are welcome to apply.
Stipends, travel scholarships, and graduate credit available.
Online application will be available by March 1, 2018. Visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ARCContact to join our contact list.
This workshop is organized in partnership with the Sanford PROMISE science exploration program at Sanford Research.