Darwin’s Legacy: Evolution’s Impact on Science and Culture

I fly to Wilmington, North Carolina on Wednesday (via SLC and Atlanta) to attend and present a paper at the Evolution Learning Community’s multidisciplinary student conference, Darwin’s Legacy: Evolution’s Impact on Science and Culture (March 19-21). I am excited for this trip for several reasons: first conference paper, first time traveling out of the west coast and Rocky Mountain region, and only my second time flying. I present on the first day of presentations (Friday) at the earliest time  (10:30 am), so it will be nice to sit back and enjoy the rest of the conference. I will attempt to live-blog some of the sessions if possible.

Abstracts for the student papers (undergraduate and graduate) have been made available online [PDF]. Check them out, and if you are attending the conference, let me know!

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