Quick links for your convenience: here is the Fall 2014 seminar series schedule. Want to register for the seminar course or join EvoS? Click here if you're an undergrad or click here if you're a grad student.
- RA position available for an undergraduate project on scientific code development
An undergraduate project on scientific code development is available in Prof. Aleksey Kolmogorov’s group. His research focuses on adapting bio-inspired algorithms to solving complex Physics problems. An evolutionary algorithm implemented in the group’s MAISE package has already led to prediction and discovery of new materials. The current goal is to implement a neural network formalism […]
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
ResearchConnection is a new online resource which benefits undergraduates looking to gain hands-on research experience. This platform allows for graduate students and principle investigators to post jobs (paid, course credit, or volunteer) to recruit the perfect research assistant! One can also search and find out all the great research happening at Binghamton University. http://researchconnection.com/
Monday, November 3, 2014
- Spring 2015 Undergraduate EvoS Course List
The complete list of EvoS courses can be found here. Undergraduate EvoS Courses Offered Spring 2015 Anthropology ANTH 168 Intro to Biological Anthro (L) TBD ANTH 248 Darwinian Medicine Christine Reiber ANTH 337 Human Biological Variation Jeffrey K Lum ANTH 342 Ice Age Europe Through Fiction Kathleen Sterling ANTH 480H Language & Popular Science David […]
Friday, October 31, 2014
- Happy National Fossil Day (Oct 15th 2014)
Celebrate by watching Binghamton University Anthropology Professor and EvoS Executive Committee member Rolf Quam give a talk titled “ Reconstructing hearing in human fossils: a new approach to the evolution of language?” Like Social Media? Then remember to #NFD2014 and #BUEvoS when you share the page and your thoughts!
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
- Interested in presenting your research at evo-group at Cornell?
Want to present your research to evo-group at Cornell? They are currently looking for people to present at evo-group for spring 2015. Evo-group seminars typically feature two speakers and each presentation is 20 minutes long. Seminars are held on the first Thursday of every month at 4:00pm and all students, staff, and faculty interested in evolutionary biology are welcome […]
Friday, August 22, 2014
- EvoS Alumni Mixer – Save the Date
Save the Date! EvoS Alumni Mixer on October 17th, 2014 from 4 – 6 p.m. in Science III Room 113. Come see how EvoS has evolved! Friends and alumni of the EvoS program are cordially invited to visit our new office and program space. Catch up with colleagues while learning about the many new directions […]
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
BU’s Evolutionary Studies Program teaches evolution in a truly integrated fashion, beginning with core principles and extending in all directions from the biological sciences to all aspects of humanity.
For BU students, we offer undergraduate and graduate courses and certificate programs, research opportunities, and last but not least, a seminar series that brings a diversity of distinguished speakers to campus every semester.
For BU faculty, we provide a framework for interdisciplinary research collaboration, especially in our capacity as an Institute for Advanced Studies. Our seminar series also provides an opportunity for you to co-host visiting experts in your field.
In conjunction with the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, we offer resources for people who want to start EvoS programs at other institutions. As a member of the EvoS Consortium, we are dedicated to transforming public understanding of evolution at all educational levels.