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Sun, February 9, 2014
12:00 PM

Downtown Reno Library Auditorium
301 S. Center Street
Reno, Nevada


The 4th Annual Reno Darwin Day Celebration will feature presentations and exhibits by local educators, researchers, students and science enthusiasts on a wide range of subjects including the life and works of Charles Darwin; biological evolution; the contributions and benefits of scientific discovery to humanity; science education; psychology; and current affairs related to science and technology.

This year, we are excited to also provide a forum for students and research associates to share their projects through the presentation of scientific research briefs.


Contact: info@RenoSkeptics.org  or 775.335.5505

What: 4th Annual Reno Darwin Day Celebration of Science

Where: Downtown Reno Library Auditorium, 301 S. Center Street, Reno, Nevada

When: Doors open at 12:00 noon. Program begins: 12:30 pm

Who: Open to the Public

Cost: Free


Presentations Include:


Darwin, Wallace, and the Theory of Evolution

Chris Webster, MS, RPA, President of Digital Technologies in Archaeological Consulting LLC

NCLab – STEM Is More Fun Than You May Think

Dr. Pavel Solin, PhD, Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics

How Does Free Will Evolve Over Time – The Evolution of Self-Control and Agency

Devin Bray

Caves on Mars, Bikes on the Moon, and Telescopes in the Stratosphere: Exploring New Frontiers for Science Education

Dan Ruby, Director of the Fleischmann Planetarium & Science Center, Reno, Nevada

The Spectrum of Gender & Identity

Dr. Tory Clark, DHS, MPH, Clinical Sexologist

Nick Morehouse, Teaching Assistant