Nobel Conference speaker Curtis Marean is Rydell Professor

March 11, 2009 at 79 p.m.Calendar Icon

TimeMarch 11, 2009 at 79 p.m.

Gustavus Adolphus College in partnership with the Science Museum of Minnesota invites you to a public lecture. Rydell Professor Curtis Marean, Ph.D., noted anthropologist and research professor at the Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University, Tempe will be the speaker. His presentation is titled "The African Evidence for the Origins of Modern Human Behavior. eThe Drs. Robert E. and Susan T. Rydell Professor at Gustavus Adolphus College, is a program designed to bring Nobel laureates and similarly distinguished scholars to the campus as a catalyst for enhancing student learning and teaching. Dr. Marean was a featured lecturer at the 2008 Nobel Conference: "Who Were the First Humans? e/p>

The lecture is open to the public without charge. Seating is limited however, so advance reservations are requested. Electronic ticketing is not available for this event so please call the Science Museum of Minnesota for reservations at 651-221-9444 and ask for the Curtis Marean lecture on March 11, 2009.

TicketsScience Museum of Minnesota for reservations at 651-221-9444
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