Quick links for your convenience: here is the Spring 2015 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.
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Monday, August 31, 2015
- Undergrad Opportunities at The EvoS Journal – Application due May 31, 2015
Undergraduate Opportunities at The EvoS Journal Editorial Review Board & Leadership Development Team Positions for both the Undergraduate Editorial Review Board (uERB) and the Leadership Development Team (LDT) suggest commitments for a one-year, extendable term, currently, June 2015-June 2016. Participation is volunteer-based, and students may spend between 2-10 hours per month varying over the academic […]
Thursday, May 21, 2015
- Fall 2015 Undergraduate EvoS Course List
The complete list of EvoS courses can be found here. Undergraduate EvoS Courses Offered Fall 2015 Anthropology ANTH 242 Biology, Culture & Lifestyles Gary James ANTH 280F / BIOL 105 Evolution for Everyone TBA N – Social Science ANTH 333 Human Genetics David A Merriwether ANTH 334 Comp Aspects Human Growth Michael Little S – Wellness […]
Friday, April 3, 2015
- Help research & get to know your body fat percentage
Hey all, Would you like to help a fellow student in practicing taking anthropometric measures? For Science? I and a undergraduate student assistant (Simona) need practice in taking skin fold caliper measures to asses body fat percentage. Bonus: you get to know your body fat percentage in addition to helping us out! This is a […]
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
- Darwin Day 2015
Graduate students, Faculty, Alumni, & Staff Please join us in the EvoS office (Science 3 113) today (2/12/2015) from 4:30 to 6 pm for a birthday party in honor of Darwin. Undergraduates, Graduate students, Faculty, Alumni, & Staff Find the table in the union and sign the Darwin poster! The EvoS Fund Support EvoS with […]
Thursday, February 12, 2015
- Destress December
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Binghamton University’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 Binghamton 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 Binghamton 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.