New Interactive DiY Apps to Supplement the Genome: Unlocking Life's Code DiY Panel Exhibition
Have you signed up for Genome: DiY Panel Exhibition? You may have noticed a password for an app in the Educator's Resource Guide. A brand new Genome: DiY App is now available on iPad and tablet devices. Navigate engaging interactives and supporting resources to enhance your DiY exhibition experience. Download your copy today.
Last Call for Applications to the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics Scholars Program
The Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics (ISCC-PEG) is a collaborative group aimed at improving healthcare provider genomics education. The new Scholars Program provides exposure to the broader genomics community and experts in the field, with the opportunity to work on a genetics/genomics-related education project under the mentorship of an ISCC-PEG member. The appointment is for two years. Each scholar will have their travel funded for the annual ISCC-PEG in-person meeting (typically held in January or February) and will be expected to provide a presentation on their project at the meeting. The application deadline is September 1st. Apply today!
Association for Women in Science Virtual Career Fair
The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Virtual Career Fair aims to connect AWIS members and all women in science with employers seeking top talent. Whether you're looking for a new career challenge, your first or next step into a leadership position, a transition from academia to industry, or simply want to keep your options open and see what opportunities may be available for you, there's something for everyone. This premier recruiting event will offer the opportunity to potentially have a dozen first-round interviews, all within three hours on August 26, from 1pm to 4pm ET. If your students are ready to begin their careers, encourage them to register today!
The National Museum of African American History and Culture Presents: Through the Window and Into the Mirror
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAACH) invites middle and high school students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Through the Window and into the Mirror is a video conversation series about the experiences of African American STEM professionals today. Through the Window and into the Mirror aims to inform, inspire, and be a starting point for students as they take steps towards having careers in STEM, but hurry this series ends August 28th!