Darwin Day 2018
8:00 am-12:30 pm
Washington University, Danforth Campus, Life Sciences 202
Wish Darwin a happy birthday! Meet world-renowned scientists! Win beautiful fossils and books!
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.
The Institute for School Partnership will host this event with support from David and Marilyn Kirk.
Resevations are closed for this event.