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Signs of evolution

 
2008-11-12

More than 300 students will display posters they have designed in a new biology course offered at Queen's in the Biosciences Atrium from Monday, Nov. 17 to Friday, Nov. 21. The posters are a component of student projects that cover a wide range of topics dealing with the application of evolutionary thinking to human affairs.

The popular new course for third and fourth year undergraduates, titled Evolutionary Ecology of Humans, was developed by Professor Lonnie Aarssen. The course aims to explore how evolutionary thinking affects our understanding of our lives, our species and our ability to share the planet with other species.

For more information on the course, visit the 'news and events' section of the Biology Department website at http://biology.queensu.ca/

 

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