I'm designing a website that's nested within a much larger organization's site, and I've run into a problem with designing the navigation.
The parent site's nav has the links "research" "education" "translational" and "about" respectively. Each of these links to pages that describe what the overall organization does.
The nav for the sub-site also has its own specific "research," "education," "policy-making," and "about" sections.
So I'm ending up with a redundant header that looks like this:
I'm not sure how to design this so that the audience knows that each link in the sub-menu is specific to the sub-organization.