Marnie and Rob are looking forward to a busy week of programs at The Allied Genetics Conference, organized by the Genetics Society of America (GSA). Up first, we will be hosting an informal conversion on Inclusive Science Learning at the Community, Connections, and Mentorship Meet-up.
Marnie and Rob are organizing a networking hotspot on Building an Inclusive Genetics Future at The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC). If you’re at TAGC, bring your lunch and join the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you and learning how the Genetics Society of America can serve you better.
Marnie and Rob will lead a workshop for exploring challenges, opportunities and best practices for public engagement on genetics and society. Participants will reflect on the need and impacts of multidirectional conversations with public audiences on scientific, personal, and societal dimensions of genetics and have opportunities to practice such conversations with peers. We will introduce […]
PGED is excited to be working with the leaders of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee of the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP), Dr. Vida Mingo (Columbia College) and Dr. Alma Rodriguez Estrada (Aurora University). Together, we will be co-presenting a workshop at The Allied Genetics Conference focused on challenges, opportunities, and experiences in integrating genetics-and-society […]
Marnie will be an invited panelist in a workshop on “Communicating Science” at The Allied Genetics Conference. This workshop is organized by the Genetics Society of America’s Public Communication and Engagement committee to empower GSA members to communicate with and engage the public on a variety of genetics-related topics. This session, moderated by Dr. E. […]
Rob will be busy at the AABA annual meeting! In addition to presenting a poster on PGED’s teaching resources, he will be participating in a public engagement event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, and has co-organized an art, culture and science exhibition for AABA attendees.