Come join us for a series of events February 10th-13th in celebration of Charles Darwin's birthday. The first talk will be Monday, Feb. 10th at 12:00pm in Science 147.
Dr. Jennifer Dechaine, from the CWU Department of Biological Sciences, will discuss Epigenetics: A New Dimension to Understanding Disease, Behavior, and All that Makes You, You.
Darwin Day 2014 is sponsored by the College of the Sciences, the Departments of Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Anthropology & Museum Studies, and the Museum of Culture & Environment.
For a full list of the events, please see: http://www.cwu.edu/biology/darwin-week-2014
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