The Darwin Day Roadshow is a way for scientists and educators from NESCent (The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center) to share their enthusiasm for evolutionary science with students, teachers and the general public across the United States each year, on the occasion of Charles Darwin’s birthday (February 12th).
At this website, you can learn more about the Roadshow, see pictures and read stories by and about past participants and find out how you can apply to have your community be considered for a future stop on the Roadshow.
CONGRATULATIONS to the schools and teachers that were selected as participants in the 2013 Darwin Day Roadshow (see below). We once again had a huge number of applications. To those that were not selected…we’re sorry! We wish we could visit all of you, but please apply again next year!
The teachers that were selected as 2013 Darwin Day Scholars are:
- Randa Flinn, Northeast High School, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Richard Huey, The Pine School, Hobe Sound, FL
- Jack O’Donnell, Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical High School, Palmer, MA
- Gail Loughnane, Scituate High School, Scituate, MA
- David Upegui, Central Falls High School, Central Falls, RI
- Bianca McKeen, Rutland Middle School, Rutland, VT
- Amy Clapp, Salisbury Community School, Salisbury, VT
- Valerie Clarke, Washington High School, Washington, IN
- Jamie Beach, Presentation Academy, Louisville, KY
- Amanda Clapp, Cullowhee Valley School, Cullowhee, NC
- Alyssa Fuller, Hibriten High School, Lenoir, NC