Presentation: Dinosaurs In Living Color

Date
2011-03-25
Authors
Environmental Science Institute
Clarke, Julia
Wilson, John A.
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Environmental Science Institute
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Professor Julia Clarke will bring the study of dinosaurs to life and explore questions of where birds fit in the paleontological record. Clarke will present recent research and discoveries that enable scientists to paint a vibrant picture of what these animals looked like, compare them with living ancestors, and explain how everything you knew about dinosaurs may be wrong. Note: New venue for this program at the LBJ Auditorium. For directions to this facility, click here. Join National Geographic filmmaker Jenny Kubo for a screening and discussion of the making of her film Dinomorphosis at 6:00 pm. Teachers can receive professional development credits for attending Kubo's discussion. Teachers can RSVP to attend by clicking here. Join The Center for Inquiry for a free discussion about the presentation topic after the lecture. Interested parties should meet in the lobby after the presentation to walk to the Student Activities Center building located at the U.T. campus for this lively discussion. More information and location by clicking here.
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