CGS classroom visits in 2017

Marcy presents in front of full of lecture hall full of students

The Center for Genetics and Society receives numerous invitations to speak in person and via video link to high school, college, and university classes about gene editing and other related topics. Through these engagements, CGS shares a biopolitical framework that is grounded in social justice and the common good. Though we are not able to accept all requests, CGS welcomes these opportunities.

Below is a list of recent classroom presentations.

CGS Staffer University Class Title Department Date Instructor
Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director
Case Western Reserve University
Health Care Controversies
School of Law
February 1
Max Mehlman
Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director Swarthmore College Culture, Health, and Illness Department of Anthropology February 13 Christine Schuetze
Victoria Massie, Communications Coordinator University of Oregon Politics, Science, and Body Political Science March 2 Priscilla Yamin
Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director UC Berkeley The Life Sciences Since 1750 History April 21 Jon Alaniz
Leah Lowthorp, Program Manager Harvard University Fighting Monsters: Gothic Fiction as Social Critique Germanic languages and literatures October 5 Nicole Suetterlin
Katie Hasson, Program Director on Genetic Justice UC Berkeley Bioethics and Society Environmental Science, Policy, and Management October 18 Ken Worthy
Kayla Tolentino, Staff Associate San Francisco State University Senior Seminar   Women and Gender Studies November 1 Julietta Hua
Katie Hasson, Program Director on Genetic Justice Castilleja School Biotech and Bioethics A non-sectarian all-girls middle and high school December 1 Jane McConnell