Speaking about genetics to high school audiences can be challenging. The following can help you prepare for your presentation.
Tips for Scientists Making Presentations to High School Students
Understand Your Role in Science Education
Your knowledge, expertise and experience can bring life to high school science.
Passing on the Torch
Three compelling reasons for scientists to become involved in science education.
Guidelines for Great Presentations
Tips on presenting complex information to young audiences.
Speakers from the National Human Genome Research Institute
The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) welcomes the opportunity to provide speakers on a range of topics relevant to a national audience.
The NIH Office of Science Education Speakers Bureau
The NIH Office of Science Education (OSE) coordinates several volunteer services through which NIH and other federal employees can share their professional knowledge and expertise with the local community.
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Last Updated: January 23, 2013