This minor includes two team-taught capstone courses that are integrated with the University’s Alabama Lecture’s on Life’s Evolution (ALLELE) series. Speakers for this series change annually, and a list of current and past speakers can be found here. This integration involves the interaction of students with invited speakers from various disciplines inside and outside the classroom, exposure intended to provide students with a vantage on post-baccalaureate opportunities for people with training in evolutionary studies.
EvoS is part of a worldwide consortium that includes 42 other institutions. This affiliation provides students access to additional resources outside UA, including an EvoS Journal, archived lectures by evolution experts, a newsletter, blogs, and links to student EvoS groups active at other institutions.
UA EvoS students get to meet with experts in evolution, who visit the UA campus through the ALLELE (Alabama Lectures on Life’s Evolution) series. Here students discuss human evolution with Dr. Mohamed Noor, Professor of Biology from Duke University, following his dynamic lecture “Evolution in Warp Drive: How could there be so many humanoid species in Star Trek?” November 29, 2018.
The EvoS Curriculum Committee
Anthony Buhr, Communicative Disorders, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Earley, Biological Sciences, email@example.com
William Evans, Journalism and Creative Media, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Eyer, Nursing, email@example.com
Deborah Keene, Geological Sciences, Blount Undergraduate Initiative, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Kocot, Biological Sciences, email@example.com
Erik Peterson, History, firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Reed, Biological Sciences, email@example.com