Hands on experience with anatomical form and function of several animal species. Discussions in round table format centering on:
- comparative anatomy and evolution biology.
- advantages of multidiciplinary scientific collaboration.
- understanding research techniques and applications of behavioral ecology & comparative anatomy
- importance of evolutionary biology and relationships of ancestral and extant species
Participants will spend the weekend in a small group setting assembling comparing, and analyzing form and function of skulls and skeletal structures of several animal species under the guidance of the instructors.
Lunch, snacks,and beverages provided. See “FAQ” for more information.
There is no academic prerequisite to this workshop.
- Participants with a science background or attending a university will benefit from the depth of content.
- See “Requirements” for more information.