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Arkansas Darwin Day opens registration for Student Research Competition

Arkansas Darwin Day Conference is announcing a call for student research poster submissions. The poster session is intended to showcase student work in the fields of general biology, geology, anthropology, paleontology, evolutionary biology, biochemistry, mathematics, computational biology, and other related disciplines. Poster presentations will take place Saturday, February 11, 2012 at the EIT Building at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock as a special conference session.

Support Arkansas Darwin Day

Dear friends of the Arkansas Darwin Day,

This year several universities and community organizations are coming together to organize a major science oriented event to build awareness and promote open discussion of evolutionary science; uphold science education and research; and advance science and evidence-based decision-making in all areas of life. This work will lay the foundation for a continuing tradition for an annual, science-focused, multidisciplinary event that will enrich life in Arkansas and reach out not only to scientific community, but also to the general public.

Arkansas Curriculum Conference Success

Arkansas Darwin Day had two successful days at the Arkansas Curriculum Conference making contacts and promoting the event. Big thanks to our volunteers Elaine Henderson, Josh Pyburn, and Roger Hall.

Arkansas Curriculum Conference

This morning the Arkansas Darwin Day team has set up the display and brochures at the Arkansas Curriculum Conference held at the Convention Center in Little Rock. This conference attracts hundreds of Arkansas educators in language arts, math, science and social studies. The Conference, and the Darwin Day display, will last for two days, November 3-4.

We are looking for volunteers!

We are looking for volunteers!

We are planning to promote the Arkansas Darwin Day at the Arkansas Curriculum Conference on November 3-4 at the Statehouse Convention Center, Little Rock. This conference will bring together teachers in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Also, we are planning to have a display and brochures on the Darwin Day and Mid-America Science Museum available.

Announcement

The Arkansas Darwin Day planning committee is seeking nominations for Arkansas speakers for the Darwin Day Conference. We would really like to showcase local faculty members, scientists, and researchers. The planning committee will select four (4) local speakers to address a diverse range of subjects including, but not limited to general biology, geology, anthropology, paleontology, evolutionary biology, biochemistry, mathematics, computational biology, and other related disciplines.

Darwin Day Keynote Speaker Dr. Kevin Padian

Arkansas Darwin Day 2012 is proud to announce that Dr. Kevin Padian will be the Conference keynote speaker.

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Darwin Day 2012 is a joint effort of universities and community organizations to develop a science-oriented Darwin Day event that will take place in February 2012. The planning committee is working to develop a conference and a series of education and social events in Little Rock and across the state.

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