- Celeste Carter, National Science Foundation: Vision and Change in Undergraduate Education

- William Galey, Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians

- Kristin Jenkins, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center and Member of the Organizing Committee: NESCENT Programs Promoting Evolutionary Thinking

- Mark Schwartz, New York University: Evolutionary Medicine in Biology and Pre-Med Courses

Discussion and Questions

3:15 PM Auditorium

Who Are the Audiences We Are Trying to Reach with this Initiative?

- Cynthia Beall, moderator

3:45 PM Auditorium

How Can Evolutionary Thinking Help Address the Controversies Surrounding the Teaching of Evolution?: A Faculty Forum

- Betty Carvellas, National Academies Teacher Advisory Council

- David Hillis, University of Texas, Austin

- Paul Strode, Fairview High School (Boulder, CO)

- Marlene Zuk, University of California, Riverside

4:30 PM Breakout Rooms

First Breakout Sessions: Exploring the Issues In Greater Depth

The colored dot on your name badge indicates the breakout session to which you have been assigned. Each of these breakout sessions will contain a mix of people with different kinds of expertise. The goal of each



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