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Summer 2017

Evolving the Future of Broome County (EFBC) is a new initiative involving a group of Binghamton University faculty, students, and community members working toward a sustainable future for our region.

 

Looking for a new perspective this summer? Evolve your mind with one of these great courses—online or on campus. Course descriptions and instructor bios are here:

  • Evolution for Everyone, BIOL/EVOS 105 (Online-Term 1)
  • Cultural Evolutionary Theory, BIOL/EVOS 452 (Term 1)
  • Evolution & Human Behavior, BIOL/EVOS 456 (Term 2)
  • Science of the Paleo Diet, BIOL/EVOS 480Q (Term 1)
  • Current Topics in Evolutionary Studies, BIOL/EVOS 483R (Online- Term 2)

 

 

February 2017

Celebrate Darwin Day with us on Monday, February 13 at 5:15 pm in AA-G8 for an interdisciplinary panel discussion, "Darwin and Me: Evolution Across the Disciplines." All are welcome.

 

January 2017

The annual Biology Department Symposium will be held Friday, January 13 in ES 2008 in the ITC. Opening remarks at 8:50 am, closing remarks at 4:00 pm. Poster session from 1:00-1:50 pm in the Rotunda. all are welcome.

 

December 2016

Love writing? Love the sciences? EvoS is pleased to announce the Science Writing Cafe with alumnus, Lee A. Dugatkin, PhD '91 on December 5 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Alumni Lounge.

 

October 2016

The Writing Initiative and the Department of Biological Sciences announce

Writing for the Sciences: A Dean’s Speaker Series

This series of lectures, workshops and discussions over the 2016-2017 academic year highlights the importance, craft  and career options of writing about science for a broad audience.  It is directed at scientists and non-scientists, and especially our students—graduate and undergraduate—as they consider careers of public and scientific importance. The first of the series is October 21.

 

September 2016

EvoS invites the campus and local community to attend our Fall seminar series on Mondays at 5:15 pm in AA-G8 beginning September 26.

 

July 2016

Binghamton University invites area groups to participate in free workshop titled “PROSOCIAL: The Science of Working Better Together.”  The workshop will be held at Binghamton University’s Downtown Center on Wednesday, August 17, from 2– 5 p.m. The workshop is free but space is limited and reservations are required. Find out more here.

 

June 2016

Summer 2016 Binghamton Nutrition Study: To be part of a 12-week study to eat healthy and contribute to scientific knowledge, sign up here!

 

Summer 2016 Research Opportunity: The Binghamton Neighborhood Project (BNP) is HIRING! Find out more here.

 

April 2016 

EvoS student, Benjamin Seitz, shares his perspective: A Student Expresses the Value of an Evolutionary Education

 

July 2015

Check out the EvoS Illuminate to read interviews with faculty, students, alumni as well a coverage of all things EvoS. 

 

 

Related Groups and Events

Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (COCO) Research Group seminars

Department of Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies seminars

Fernand Braudel Center

Last Updated: 7/6/17