The University of Nebraska at Lincoln is celebrating the 200th birth of Charles Darwin all spring long with a public lecture series, an art show and a three-day interdisciplinary symposium. The efforts are being organized by academic units across UNL’s natural science, social science and humanities divisions.
The Creationist Down the Hall — The Extent and Impact of Teaching Evolution and Creationism in Public Schools: Randy Moore of the University of Minnesota
Exploring the Secret Lives of Spiders — From Courtship to Cannibalism: Eileen Hebets of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Charles Darwin: The Secret Life of a Cautious Revolutionary: David Quammen of Montana State University
Animal coloration and the art of concealment: Martin Stevens of the University of Cambridge