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Fall 2008
David Sloan WilsonBarbara OakleyBNP SymposiumRichard MichodMichael BellRandy OlsonWilliam RomeyChris ReiberSteven BrownBrian Boyd
Spring 2009
Dennis EmbryDavid HackerSteven PlatekSue MargulisSue Savage-RumbaughSteven NeubergHarvey WhitehouseThomas SeeleyGeorge LevineHelen Fisher
Video: "The Drive to Love and Who We Choose"
Fall 2009
Liza MoscoviceDiane M. Doran-SheehyKaren HollisPeter O. GrayChris KuzawaSteven SiegelRolf Quam
Rolf Quam 10/30/2009 EvoS Seminar Presentation
Bill JankowiakBaba BrinkmanPeter B. GrayMassimo Pigliucci
Massimo Pigliucci 12/4/2009 EvoS Seminar Presentation
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John GowdyDaniel LendeWilliam Harcourt-SmithTodd K. ShackelfordIain CouzinBruce HoodMelissa Emery ThompsonNancy EasterlinSteve NowickiJohn Marshall TownsendJoan Silk
Fall 2010
Josh BongardFred SmithDarryl de RuiterJay BelskyKari SegravesJulie SeamanLisa Karrer and David SimonsRick HarrisonRebecca SearTom LangenDaniel Kruger
Spring 2011
Steven C. HayesAndreas Duus PapeJessica LightMaryanne FisherGreg UrbanAndreas Koenig & Carola BorriesDaniel NettleDeane BowersCharles T. Snowdon
Fall 2011
David Sloan WilsonDavid C. LahtiRichard R. ShakerSergio AlmécijaHugo MercierLeslie C. AielloMark E. RitchieAdam LaatsLinda IvanyRalph M. GarrutoAdam Siepel
Spring 2012
John RieffelDr. Linda S. RayorDan EisenbergKevin L. PolkAndrew C. GallupKevin M. KniffinDavid DobbsNicole CameronJonathan HaidtDr. Joseph L. Graves, Jr.
Fall 2012
Barry X. KuhleCraig Eric MorrisCarin PerillouxDavid Sloan WilsonEric AlaniJesse BeringEli BridgeJaak Panksepp
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John TeehanRobert HolahanJenny Kao-KniffinShara BaileyHod LipsonDominic JohnsonMatthew HareCraig Eric MorrisBrooks MinerMichael RoseDavid Sloan Wilson
Fall 2013
Steven BrownNina FeffermanJohn Gowdy and Lisi KrallWarren Douglas AllmonTrenton HollidayJonathan GottschallArnab RoyDavid SchafferMichele GelfandJames SobelPatrick RoosEvoS Food Panel
Spring 2014
Daniel O’BrienBruce RobertsonRobert S. FeranecHeather FiumeraLuther H. MartinBjorn GrindeSarah RadtkeAleksey KolmogorovKathleen Sterling & Sébastien LacombeDebate! Evolutionary Psychology vs. Feminist CritiqueEducation Brown Bag
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Gad SaadT. Joel WadeNelson G. Hairston, Jr.Francis J. YammarinoDerek TurnerMatthew M. GervaisBernd BlosseyRolf QuamKelsey DancauseSharon Street
Spring 2015
Debra LiebermanMichael BerkmanDavid Sloan WilsonJason Munshi-SouthMa’ikwe Schaub LudwigJustin GarsonRéginald AugerDavid DaviesPatrica WrightCraig Eric MorrisMeredith E Coles
Fall 2015
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Graduate Courses

Key Courses

Evolution and Human Affairs (BIOL 570)

4 credits. Offered each fall. Recommended introduction to graduate evolutionary studies.

This course introduces evolutionary theory and its wide-ranging implications for human affairs to graduate students from all departments. It is taught once a week (Tuesday) in the evening to maximize the opportunity for participation. The first few weeks will be devoted to the basic principles of evolution and why they provide a theoretical framework for all biological and human-related subjects. Then students will explore their own areas of interest and will learn about evolutionary research taking place on campus through guest lectures by EvoS faculty, advanced BU graduate students, and advanced graduate students from other institutions . By the end of the course, students will have a good idea of how evolutionary theory can contribute to their own professional development (depth) and how it also provides a common language for transdisciplinary interactions (breadth).

Current Topics in EvoS (BIOL 680S)

2 credits. Offered each semester in association with the EvoS seminar series. Required at least twice for the graduate certificate.

This course is built upon the EvoS seminar series, which brings distinguished speakers to campus at roughly biweekly intervals. The course consists of reading one or more articles in preparation for each speaker, writing a short response to the article(s), attending the seminar, and meeting with each speaker after the seminar for an extended discussion over food. This is a superb way to engage in interdisciplinary interactions with other members of EvoS and with some of the most distinguished scientists and scholars of our day. The course can be taken multiple times.

All Courses

Course numbers may change from year to year. Courses that are in bold are being offered fall 2014.

Anthropology Department

  • ANTH 515 Evolutionary Theory
  • ANTH 541 Biology of Primates
  • ANTH 543 Human Biological Variation
  • ANTH 546 Human Paleontology
  • ANTH 547 Anthropological Genetics
  • ANTH 549 Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 550 Coevolution of humans and pathogens
  • ANTH 570S Evolution of Language
  • ANTH 572B Methods in Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 572M Molecular Anthropology
  • ANTH 572N Molecular Anthropology (Laboratory)
  • ANTH 572T Darwinian Medicine
  • ANTH 572W Evolution and Women’s Health

Biology Department

  • BIOL 501 Molecular Genetics
  • BIOL 503 Molecular Biology Lab
  • BIOL 505 Functional Genomics and Proteomics
  • BIOL 532 Conceptual foundations in ecology, evolution and behavior
  • BIOL 533 Advanced Studies in EEB I
  • BIOL 534X Advanced Studies in EEB II
  • BIOL 535 Principles of evolutionary biology
  • BIOL 563 Tropical ecology and conservation
  • BIOL 564 Sociobiology
  • BIOL 568 Behavioral ecology of primates
  • BIOL 570 Evolution and Human Affairs
  • BIOL 602Q Discussion in ecology, evolution and behavior
  • BIOL 680L Becoming an Everyday Scientist
  • BIOL 680Q Behavior & Disease
  • BIOL 680R Behavior & Disease
  • BIOL 680S Current topics in EvoS
  • BIOL 680T Becoming an Everyday Scientist

Biomedical Engineering

  • BME 515X Complexity in Biological Systems
  • BME 524 Graduate Seminar in Complex Systems Science
  • BME 555 Innovation and Entrepreneurship

English

  • ENG 572L Neuroaesthetics
  • ENG 572L Affect Theory in Humanities
  • ENG 593C New Humanities: Evolution & Culture

Geography Department

  • GEOG 509 Natural Resource Convservation
  • GEOG 522 Biogeography

Psychology Department

  • PSYC 509 Conditioning and Learning
  • PSYC 577 Human Neuropsychology
  • PSYC 609B Sex Differences in the Brain

Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department

  • SSIE 523 Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems
  • SSIE 519  Applied Soft Computing
  • SSIE 616 Advanced Topics in Applied Soft Computing

Please send suggestions for additions or revisions to this list to evos@binghamton.edu.


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