Workshops for Undergraduate Students
Evolution and the Nature of Science
Many Americans fail to distinguish between scientific research and other ways of knowing. The goal of these workshops is to help U-M undergraduates understand and express both the nature of science - as opposed to other kinds of inquiry - and how evolutionary biology fits into that picture.
Faculty and graduate student instructors may wish to encourage students to attend these important workshops by announcing them in class, offering extra credit for attendance, or offering the workshops as substitutes for appropriate class assignments (e.g. a homework problem set). Student attendance can be confirmed for the purposes of class credit. Pizza will be served.
Time: 5:30 to 7:30 pm on the dates listed below
Registration Procedure: log on to the following URL using your UM uniqname and Kerberos password to choose your top 2 dates; we will contact you by email to verify the workshop date. Space is filling quickly - please register as early as possible. We require at least one week advance registration.
Jo Kurdziel, EEB Lecturer IV and Assistant Research Scientist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Workshops will be offered on the following dates:
Monday, January 23
The Exhibit Museum of Natural History is located:
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