This tuition-free NSF Chautauqua short course for college and university faculty in all disciplines will be held in midtown Manhattan on June 19-21. It will be led by the distinguished geneticist and historian of science, Elof Carlson of Stony Brook University and will examine the controversial issues associated with this topic from the early 20th century to the present. Applications for the 2006 program will be available soon on the Chautauqua web site, www.chautauqua.pitt.edu, but details will be sent to persons requesting them now. Graduate students may also participate in this course.
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