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Helping us spread the word can take as little or as much time as you can spare! We know how valuable your time is, so we've created a quick guide to getting involved based on the amount of time you have.

1) If you have 5-10 mins:

  • Join our Facebook Group.
  • Follow us on Twitter.
  • Sign up to receive our free email newsletter.
  • Register for one or more of our free events. Our next one is with world-renowned scientist and author, Professor Sean Carroll on "The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and the DNA Record of Evolution" on Wednesday 11/4 at 8pmET/7pmCST/5pmPST (live at University of Wisconsin or via live webcast or teleconference).

2) If you have 30 mins:

  • Post our link on your Facebook Wall. To do this, just copy and paste http://www.darwin150.com into your Facebook status and click the Share button.
  • Tweet about us and use #darwin150
  • Promote us in your Facebook status or Twitter feed. Here are a few to play with:


Lecture 3: "The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and the DNA Record of Evolution"
World-renowned scientist and author, Professor Sean Carroll, University of Wisconsin
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
8:00PM EST/5:00PM PST
Register here to participate for free: (live at Univ. of Wisconsin or via webcast or phone)

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3) If you have 1 hour:

  • Blog about us. (If you do, email us afterwards and we'll link back to you.)
  • Invite your Facebook friends to join our Facebook Group.
  • Email 5-10 people you think would be interested in finding out about what we're doing and invite them to register for one of our free events. 

4) If you have a few hours or more:
Please consider volunteering with us on an ongoing basis (no specific time commitment required) and help us get the word out about our events and mission. Become a Darwin150 representative at your campus, company, organization, or church! If you're interested, please contact pterry at readingodyssey dot com.

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