Come join us for a series of events February 10th-13th in celebration of Charles Darwin's birthday. The week long series finishes with two presentations on Thursday, Feb. 13th.
Dr. Dominic Klyve, CWU Department of Mathematics, will present on Darwin vs. Mendel: The Historical Grudge Match for the Soul of Biology. Please join us for this talk at 12:00pm in Science 147.
The final presentation of the series will be held at 5:30 in the lobby of Dean Hall. Dr. Lorenz, a biological anthropologist in the CWU Department of Anthropology & Museum Studies, will speak about Love in the Time of the Pleistocene, and the complicated and intimate relations between Neanderthals and early modern humans.
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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