Celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday with a FREE evolution education event for all K-12 area teachers. This year’s Darwin Day celebration will feature presentations by two highly regarded guest scientists on very different but equally exciting topics.
February 10, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM to 12:30PM
Where: Washington University Danforth Campus
Room: Life Sciences Buildings, Room #202
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Eugenie Scott
“What would Darwin say to today’s creationists?”
Former Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education. Internationally-known expert on the creationism and evolution controversy and science denialism.
Presenter: Dr. Carlos Botero
“Ecological and evolutionary responses to climate change.”
Assistant Biology Professor
Washington University in St. Louis
At this event, you can:
- Attend workshops
- Enter drawings for books and prizes
- Sign up for the monthly book club
- Network with other educators and scientists
- Take your picture with Darwin
- And enjoy some birthday cake
REGISTRATION DEADLINE (February 2). Register below.
The first 25 people to arrive for Darwin Day receive e a FREE copy of Improbable Destinies by Jonathan B. Losos.
Download Darwin Day Flyer
The Institute for School Partnership will host this event with support from David and Marilyn Kirk.