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SEPGuides: Science Education Partnership: Kit Signup Day

SEPGuides is the go-to place for all SEP kit protocols and activities, as well as the posting area for announcements and program updates. If something is missing or you have an idea to contribute, please e-mail us at

Kit Signup Day: Saturday, September 21, 9am-2pm

You will not want to miss this year's Kit SignUp Day from 9am-2pm on Saturday, September 21 (doors open at 8:30am).

We have an incredible speaker, Dr. Harmit Malik, who will present the scientific talk from 9:15am-10:30am: Paleovirology: ghosts and gifts of ancient viruses in our genome. Even if you don't need kits, you should come for the speaker. When he presented to the Fred Hutch non-scientific staff, he blew us all away! Your science teacher colleagues are welcome to attend the talk.

New This Year: Quick shares and Kit Deep Dives:

Quick shares: Do you have something you'd like to share with other SEP teachers? Or are you looking for partners to discuss an idea with? We will pilot 2-minute "quick shares" this year. Optional: you can also submit 2 slides to go along with your share. Please RSVP with your topic to let us know if you'd like to do this (so we can get a sense of how much time to reserve).

Kit Deep Dive: From 2:30-3:30, Jessica Youmans will take interested folks into a "deep dive" into the SEP Transformation Kit. Unpack the kit contents, discuss classroom implementation, and get your questions answered! Please RSVP.

Demographic Survey Link

Join us at Kit Signup Day!



KSD 2019 Follow-up

Paleovirology: ghosts and gifts of ancient viruses in our genome by Dr. Harmit Malik. If you missed or would like to watch Dr Harmit Malik's talk again, this is a link for his Fred Hutch's Science for Staff Lecture

Please fill out Stars & Wishes through our online survey:


KSD 2019


Note: Some of the materials are from 2018-2019. New files will be posted shortly.

2018 Resources