The Darwin 150 Project
Darwin 150, a project of the Reading Odyssey, is a public science education initiative focused on celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" and bringing the important insights of Darwin and general science to mainstream adults, high schools, community colleges, universities, museums and other institutions in the U.S. and around the world
- Free four-part lecture series (phone, in-person, and in most cases, webcast) with some of the preeminent scientists and scholars working today, including Professors Everett Mendelsohn, Sean Carroll, and E.O. Wilson, and Pulitzer Prize-winner, Jonathan Weiner.
- Phone-based reading groups leading mainstream adults through the text of "On the Origin of Species"
- Darwin Facebook group with a goal of reaching 1 million members (250,000 people have already joined).
Find out more about The Darwin 150 Project's upcoming lectures and events.
The Reading Odyssey, the nonprofit that supports The Darwin 150 Project, is currently seeking 501c(3) status.