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ONLINE – Stanford workshop on the American Eugenics Movement

Dana and Marnie will be presenting a virtual workshop on the history of the American eugenics movement, as part of the week-long training course for incoming graduate students at the Department of Genetics at Stanford University.

ONLINE – The Learning Center for the Deaf (virtual course)

Marnie and Dana will be joining scientist Derek Braun and bioethicist Teresa Burke (both from Gallaudet University) to teach part of a course organized by Jeanne Reis and Rachel Boll, who run the Center for Research and Training at The Learning Center for the Deaf (TLC-CRT). Derek, Teresa, Dana, and Marnie will be presenting a two-week […]

ONLINE – Class for “Social Issues in Biology” course at Harvard

The pgEd team will be leading an online session at the “Social Issues in Biology” course at Harvard University titled “Engaging Diverse Publics on Issues in Genetics.” This is a discussion-based course focusing on controversial issues in biology and the social responsibility of scientists. Students in this class are drawn from PhD programs across biology-related […]

ONLINE – WorkWonder Deep Dive Internship

pgEd will be hosting a group of 20-25 interns this summer as part of the WorkWonder Deep Dive internship experience. Teams of interns will learn about specific ways in which personal genetics affects individuals and communities and then work to share what they have learned with a community they care about.

Teaching a class for “Social Issues in Biology” course at Harvard – Boston, MA

Nadine will be leading a session at the “Social Issues in Biology” course at Harvard University titled “Engaging Diverse Publics on Issues in Genetics.” This is a discussion-based course focusing on controversial issues in biology and the social responsibility of scientists. Students in this class are drawn from PhD programs across biology-related disciplines as well […]

Guest Lecture at Bowdoin College – Brunswick, ME

Dana will be teaching in Professor Alison Riley Miller's class, "Science Education", talking about designing curriculum that can address complex ethical issues in the science classroom.

Lecture at University of Maryland – College Park, MD

Dr. Leslie Pick has invited Marnie to visit the University of Maryland to discuss pgEd's work and her career path with undergraduate students studying genetics. Students are part of an Honors program that fosters academic pursuits as well as a strong service component.