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Announcing the Darwin Week 2012 Lineup

January 23, 2012

It’s that time of year again! Darwin Week 2012 is quickly approaching, and with it comes the best lineup of speakers that we’ve ever brought to UNI! Darwin Week will take place February 13th through the 16th in the Maucker Union CME. We will have three faculty talks every day, followed by a keynote speaker at 7:00 pm, and an after-party at Beck’s for wings, burgers, and one-on-one with the keynotes.

Darwin Week 2012

Monday, February 13th: Skepticism

- Dr. Joe Nickell, world renowned skeptical investigator of the paranormal

Tuesday, February 14th: Sexuality
- Dr. Clint Kelly, Professor of Biology studying behavioral and evolutionary ecology at Iowa State University

Wednesday, February 15th: Diversity
- Jamila Bey, NPR Journalist and secular activist in the diverse atheist movement

Thursday, February 16th: Origins
- Dr. Lawrence Krauss, MIT educated theoretical physicist and professor of physics at Arizona State University

Stay tuned for more information, as well as info on how YOU can help out with the best student event on UNI’s campus (ever!). Check out for more details.

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About the Author: Michael Dippold

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Michael Dippold is a junior at the University of Northern Iowa studying economics. He also serves as the Director of Finance for the University of Northern Iowa Freethinkers & Inquirers, and loves almost everything about the atheist movement.




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