Marnie will be a co-presenter for a workshop titled "Engaging Different Audiences in the Importance of Genetics and Genomics", organized by Maurice Godfrey.
Marnie will give a 1-hour presentation followed by discussion with future rabbis on "A basic understanding of genetics". She was invited to this conversation by Geoff Mitelman of Sinai & Synpases, as part of a series on scientific literacy (supported by AAAS DoSER Science for Seminaries program).
Teaching the Genome Generation (TtGG) is designed to provide high school teachers the content knowledge, teaching strategies, and resources needed to enhance student learning in genetics, genomics, and personalized medicine. In TtGG™, students conduct classroom experiments, collect and analyze real data, and discuss of the ethical complexities at the intersection of human genomics, research and […]
pgEd has been invited back to the Annual K-12 Summer Institute, organized by Dr. Robin Fuchs-Young and her colleagues at the MENTORS Project at the Texas A&M College of Medicine. We will present a one-day workshop with Texas teachers as a part of this virtual event.
The Association of Professors of Human and Medical Genetics (APHMG) are hosting pgEd for a webinar on Language Matters: Practical tools and tips for learner engagement on the personal and social impacts of genetics. We will be sharing pgEd’s work with genetics educators who are training the next generation of healthcare professionals. In this session, […]
pgEd has been invited to present our work at the New England Regional Genetics Group’s 45th annual educational conference. NERGG was formed in order to serve as a consortium of genetics service providers, public health planners, consumer groups, and general and state maternal and child health personnel in New England.
pgEd has been invited by Sinai & Synapses Founding Director, Rabbi Geoff Mitelman, to be a guest lecturer on genetics and genetic engineering in his course entitled "Scientifically Grounded Judaism" through Judaism Unbound.
Rob and Marnie will be presenting virtually in the monthly Stanford Science Policy Series, hosted by Scientists Speak Up and the Stanford Science Policy Group. We will be talking about best practices for science engagement on topics that intersect with identity, values, and worldview (including faith). In addition, we will discuss pgEd’s experiences in hosting […]
Gill will introduce pgEd’s work to fellow STEM enthusiasts and advocates. She will deliver a brief presentation about pgEd’s Science on State Street Genome Editing and the Environment exhibit during MSEN's Quarterly Meeting.
Marnie and Nadine are excited to have been invited to lead a workshop at the 2023 conference from the Association of Science Communicators. Our workshop "Finding our Common Thread through Conversation" aims to equip and mobilize participants to engage in two-way conversations with the public on the scientific, personal, and social dimensions of genetics. We […]