The ETSU Natural History Museum is holding its annual Darwin Day celebration Saturday, February 7th.
Darwin Day includes several lectures as well as activities for children. Darwin Day is an international celebration of science that occurs around February 12th, which is the birthday of Charles Darwin, who was born in in 1809. The mission of Darwin Day is to celebrate the scientific accomplishment of Darwin and his description of evolution through natural selection as well as to explain the far-reaching impact of evolutionary science.
The ETSU Natural History Museum Darwin Day is dedicated to providing the public with scientific information based on empirical evidence regarding evolution and other topics in a thought-provoking and informal setting.
The schedule for Darwin Day is still being finalized. Check back soon for more information!
For more information, call the ETSU Natural History Museum at (423) 439-3659 or email firstname.lastname@example.org