4/20/2012 The sixth annual NEEPS (Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Society) conference is just a week away! It’s not too late to register! And the day before the conference, the Feminist Evolutionary Psychology Society (FEPS) and Applied Evolutionary Psychology Society (AEPS) are holding special workshops. Registration is separate (but cheap!) for each of the three events (full details on respective websites)…try to make all three! April 26th-29th, 2012 at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire. And don’t miss a special performance by evolution-inspired rapper Baba Brinkman on April 26th!
2/12/2012 EvoS is pleased to announce the re-launch of the new and improved Evolution: This View of Life, an online magazine devoted to all things evolution! Its mission is to spread evolution education to the general public in the same way that the EvoS Consortium does for academia…check it out today, bookmark it, and go back often!
1/24/12 An exciting new initiative is underway to create an online database taxonomy of evolutionary psychological adaptations! The initiative already has the support of some major evolutionary psychologists and is currently seeking researchers to endorse and/or contribute to the project, as well as those with web expertise who can help with creation of the site. To learn more about the project, see Niruban Balachandran’s article on the taxonomy, and if you’re interested in joining the effort, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org!
12/21/11 The first articles of Volume 4, Issue 1 of the EvoS Journal have been posted! There’s a piece on sex-dependent characteristics of altruism by Thomas Butler and Dan Kruger and a review by Daniel Glass of an illustrated introductory guide to evolutionary psychology…check them out here!
11/29/11 Thank you!! In large part due to donations by many of you, our sister site This View of Life has met its fundraising goals and will now begin a redesign and relaunch process!
11/1/11 Our sister site This View of Life (the first online magazine designed specifically to communicate evolution to the public) is having a pledge drive to raise funds for an upcoming redesign and relaunch! The site looks amazing, and will look even better if we all pitch in to support its goal of bringing evolutionary science to a wider audience. If evolution education is important to you, please head over to Kickstarter.org and pledge! Every dollar helps! Click here now!
10/6/11 Congratulations to William Borchert (SUNY New Paltz, Class of 2010), one of the first from New Paltz to graduate with the EvoS Minor; William was recently accepted to the prestigious University of Tokyo as a master’s student in Global Health Policy in the Graduate School of Medicine, where he will be focusing on (among other things) evolutionary medicine!
9/18/11 EvoS is pleased to announce the launch of This View of Life, an online magazine devoted to all things evolution! Its mission is to spread evolution education to the general public in the same way that the EvoS Consortium does for academia…check it out today, bookmark it, and go back often!
9/6/11 The new issue of the EvoS Journal is up, starting with an article by Sarah Johnson & Marc Pratarelli on evolutionary psychology and ecological concerns, and Daniel Glass’s review of Francis Fukuyama’s book The Origins of Political Order.
– EVO 201 – Evolution and Human Health; Approved by the SUNY New Paltz curriculum committee! First course of its kind in the country (to our understanding). Hamilton Stapell (History/Evos) and Keith Kenney (Wellness and Rec.) will co-teach. First offering is this summer. The Evolution Revolution continues! http://faculty.newpaltz.edu/glenngeher/evolution-and-human-health-offered-this-summer/
– Big news from New Paltz- Glenn Geher will be teaching a completely online version of the Evo 301: Evolutionary Studies Seminar Series making it possible for anyone in the world to complete the EvoS Minor FULLY online! (March 2011)
– Just a reminder, on this website you can find dozens of videos of seminar speakers from EvoS New Paltz and EvoS Binghamton . Check back frequently for updates, or better yet, come see these amazing speakers in person! (January 2011)
– Congratulations to the University of Alabama for being the first institution in the south to receive the EvoS grant, and for their recent approval of the Evolutionary Studies minor! (October 2010)