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GSA e-News

Browse old issues of the GSA e-News by clicking on the links below. For more recent news from the Society, check out the latest edition of the GSA e-News or the Genes to Genomes blog. Between 2004 and 2014, GSA published the GENEtics newsletter, later renamed the GSA Reporter. See the GSA Reporter and GENEtics archives.

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2017 GSA e-News Archive

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Read the latest GSA news on the blog.

News

Congratulations to the 2020 Early Career Scientist Leadership Program cohort!

The Genetics Society of America (GSA) is excited to announce the latest cohort of student and postdoc leaders joining the Early Career Scientist Leadership Program.  Participants receive training and mentoring and serve on committees charged with understanding the needs, interests, concerns, and challenges of early career scientists members of the GSA. As part of this […]

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by Editorial Staff

Education

Want to teach eugenics history in your genetics class? Advice and resources to take the leap!

Guest post by Michele Markstein and Gregory Davis. A summary of the May 26, 2020 TAGC 2020 Online workshop, “Raising a Woke Generation of Geneticists: How and Why to Include Eugenics History in Genetics Classes.” In the wake of George Floyd’s murder by Minnesota police officers, the nation has been wrestling with how to identify and combat […]

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by Guest Author

Featured

Don’t close the borders to science

Our safety and prosperity are more dependent than ever on scientific breakthroughs. Medical advances like vaccines, rapid diagnostics, and new drugs all require a robust and innovative STEM workforce, as do other endeavors that hinge on genetic research, including agriculture, biotechnology, and conservation. The contributions of immigrant and visiting scientists in the US have substantially […]

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by Editorial Staff

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