Eric A Smith
BIO A 590
Includes presentations by participants and guest lecturers of current literature and ongoing research in topics pertaining to human and nonhuman primate evolution, biology, anatomy, genetics variation, and behavior. Credit/no-credit only.
This incarnation of BIO A 590 is for graduate students who plan to faithfully attend the IPEM seminar series (http://depts.washington.edu/ipem/seminar/) during Winter Quarter, and read the readings recommended by each speaker in advance of the talks. Although the course is listed under the biocultural Anthropology, graduate students in other units with interest in evolutionary modeling and /or cultural adaptation are welcome to register as well. Send info to the instructor (easmith@u...) to request an entry code.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
Regular participation in weekly seminar; reading recommended articles prior to seminar.