Latest Events

October 2016   The Johns Hopkins University Center For Talented Youth Family Academic Programs. Discovery Series. New Haven, CT.
The “Tree of Life” session.

March 2016    Phylogenetics and the tree of life. Advanced Placement Biology Class. Co-op Arts & Humanities High School. New Haven, CT.

March 2015    Phylogenetics and the tree of life. Advanced Placement Biology Class. Co-op Arts & Humanities High School. New Haven, CT.

January 2014    Phylogenetics and the tree of life. Advanced Placement Biology Class. Co-op Arts & Humanities High School. New Haven, CT.

June 2013    “Beatin’ Gettin’ Eaten: How Feeding Leads to Evolutionary Change”. John F. Kennedy Public Elementary School.

April 2013    Movie showing and discussion panel. “A thousand invisible cords. Connecting genes to ecosystems” (D. Boone).  Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.

March 2013    The Johns Hopkins University Center For Talented Youth Family Academic Programs. Discovery Series. New Haven, CT.
The “Tree of Life” session.

February 2013    Phylogenetics and the tree of life. Advanced Placement Biology Class. Co-op Arts & Humanities High School. New Haven, CT.

October 2012    After School Program. Common Ground, New Haven, CT.
“Beatin’ Gettin’ Eaten: How Feeding Leads to Evolutionary Change”

August 2012    Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History,  Summer Camp. New Haven, CT.
Environmental effect on the evolution of mouthparts.

July 2012    Animal Adventures Camp. Common Ground, New Haven, CT.
Talking about Evolution with Yale Scientists. Natural and sexual selection.

May 2012    Science Fair Sunday. The Children’s’ Museum. West Hartford, CT.

April 2012    Big Food exhibit: Health, Culture and the Evolution of Eating. Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, CT.
“Beatin’ Gettin’ Eaten: How Feeding Leads to Evolutionary Change” session.

April 2012    The Johns Hopkins University Center For Talented Youth Family Academic Programs. Discovery Series. New Haven, CT.
Entomology session.