Odum School of Ecology presents “Darwin, Odum, and Ecological Challenges for the 21st Century”

The Odum School of Ecology kicks off a celebration of its 10th anniversary—and the 50th of its precursor, the Institute of Ecology—with a lecture, discussion and pair of exhibitions Featured speakers include Betty Jean Craige, University Professor of Comparative Literature Emerita and Director Emerita of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts; David C. Coleman, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Ecology; and James W. Porter, Meigs Professor of Ecology Emeritus. The talks will be followed by a reception and book signing, and two related exhibitions will be on view in the library galleries. The event is free and open to the public. 

The Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia is committed to shaping the future of ecological inquiry and application to better understand our rapidly changing planet. Named for founder Eugene P. Odum, we are celebrating 50 years of innovative interdisciplinary research, public service, and educating the next generation of ecologists and citizens. For more information, see www.ecology.uga.edu.

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