Monday, August 25, 2008

Welcome, Evolution class of Fall 2008!

dragonflies in loveHere we go again! Actually, I guess its just me going again - but all you new students of BIOL 105 are embarking on a brand new journey through Evolution, right? I hope you are excited! Especially since you are the first class of the Sesquicentennial Year of Natural Selection!


This blog will be our secondary channel of communication (the classroom being the primary one). I use this medium to share any cool evolutionary discoveries I read about, outside of the textbook. There are also bits of not entirely relevant, but hopefully enjoyable fluff scattered about. And you students too will have opportunities to share your own readings and writings through this blog during the course of this semester. Feel free to poke around here, look through the archives, and see what your predecessors in this class wrote about.


Welcome back to the new academic year! I'll see you in class soon.



1 comments:

Scott Hatfield . . . . August 26, 2008 at 1:04 PM  

Welcome indeed! Those of us in the public schools who are committed to teaching evolutionary biology....like me!....are looking forward to this coming academic year, in which we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Darwin's birth.

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