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Darwin Days

We are planning two special events to celebrate Darwin's 210th birthday in the month of February. First is a series of short talks by the biology faculty at 7 pm on Thursday February 7 in room 192-106 of the Engineering IV building. Second is a "Darwin in the Garden: A walk through time" at 3 pm in the Leaning Pine Arboretum starting at the Cal Poly Plant Shop. Details are in the flyer below which you can download as a pdf at DarwinMonthflyer.

We have a new brochure that you can download: DarwinGardenBrochure. It is designed to be printed on both sides of 11x17 paper, flip on short side, and folded in half twice so that the picture of Darwin is on the front. It may be possible to print it on a smaller paper size if necessary.

the original 2009 bicentennial "Darwin in the Garden" posters are at DarwinGarden

details TBD

 

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