Courses: Evolution (BIOLB236001)

Fall 2010

Class Number: 1156
A lecture/discussion course on the development of evolutionary thought, generally regarded as the most profound scientific event of the 19th century; its foundations in biology and geology; and the extent of its implications to many disciplines. Emphasis is placed on the nature of evolution in terms of process, product, patterns, historical de-velopment of the theory, and its applications to interpretations of organic history. Lecture three hours a week. Prerequisite: a 100-level science course or permission of instructors.
Enrollment Limit: 40; Enrollment Limit Criteria: Random; Cross
listed: ANTH-B236, BIOL-B236, GEOL-B236;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1156 Div: II


Biology (Web site)

Taught By

Gardiner,Stephen L.
Marenco,Pedro J.


Bryn Mawr, PK25

Meeting Times

TTH 10:00am-11:30am