Outreach and Communication of Sociogenomics Work Clarence E. Dammon Dean Academic Year 2023 Accepted sociology, ethics, genetics This project will focus on the outreach and communication of sociogenomics research and results. Sociogenomics focuses on finding the areas of the human genome that are correlated with outcomes like education or sexuality, and then demonstrating how these effects differ across environments. This area of research requires a firm investment in ethics and communication, and the student assistant for this project will contribute to these areas specifically. Robbee Wedow Robbee Wedow The intern will write Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for research projects, be included on publications, help draft op-eds, and help circulate the research to the broader public. robbeewedow.com Great writing skills and a desire to learn about this new area 0 8 (estimated)