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EvoS Will Lead to (Good) Transformative, Lifelong Experiences

Maybe that’s a stretch, but I don’t think so. I just had to share this tweet the president of the UA EvoS Club sent out last week during the Sarah Tishkoff lecture. She just turned 21 last week, so maybe … Continue reading

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Baba does Bama

Hip hop evolutionist & playwright Baba Brinkman performed for the Bama ALLELE series last night. He got one of the best turnouts we’ve had, & I think it was one of our better efforts at promoting evolution education. Unlike many … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: 1st Annual Darwin Day Colloquium at University of Alabama

On February 12, 2013, the UA EvoS Club hosted its 1st annual Darwin Day Colloquium. ¬†Aside from helping out with ALLELE speakers for the past few years, this was the first major activity of the UA EvoS Club, & I … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Evolutionary Studies at the University of Alabama

From almost my first post I promised to let the students speak for themselves when it came to singing the praises of our EvoS program at the University of Alabama.¬† One of our first UA EvoS alumni is Emily Freeman, … Continue reading

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