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Global Health for STEM Classrooms

SEP partnered with the Washington Global Health Alliance (WGHA) STEM Global program to create a collection of instructional materials for middle and high school educators to bring global health into their STEM classrooms. Other partners include the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), PATH,  Pacific Science Center, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR), and the Gates Foundation. 

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DNA Illustration with title A Twist on DNA Extraction

The Science Teacher

We are excited to announce that an article co-authored by SEP staff and SEP teachers Wendy Crocker, Krystal Bass, and Debbie LaZerte has been published in The Science Teacher, the publication for high school science teachers from the National Science Teachers Association. The article, A New Twist on DNA Extraction, focuses on a new way to teach about DNA extraction that emphasizes opportunities for student argumentation and protocol design. ACCESS SEP LESSON and accompanying resources.   

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SEP on KNKX Radio

The feature highlights the experience of two teachers from our summer 2018 cohort, Blaine Alvarez and Selamawit Bariamicheal, as they worked with mentor Alicia Morales from Dr. Edus Warren's lab at Fred Hutch. 

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High school students in the lab

SEP on King5

This feature highlights Fred Hutch's teen program to inspire teens interested in science. This two-week immersion offers students a unique experience inside a world-class cancer research center.

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Lessons from the lab have a long reach

Lessons from the lab have a long reach

Science Education Partnership teachers pay it forward — to their students and beyond
Hutch News - October 20, 2021
Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Science Education Partnership’s free, open-source curriculum units help high schoolers separate bias from biology
Hutch News - September 20, 2021