Hey, classes are over … aren’t I supposed to be lazing in a hammock, slacking off until September? Instead, it looks like I’m going to be prepping and giving lectures for the next couple of weeks. Here’s the schedule:
On 28-30 May, I’ll be attending IEDG 2008: Integrating Evolution, Development, and Genomics at Berkeley. Look at the schedule on this thing: there are some phenomenal speakers at this meeting, and I’m really looking forward to several days of solid science. I’m giving the last talk of the last day at this event.
On 2 June, at 7:00 pm, I’ll be doing a public lecture/discussion at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle for the Northwest Science Writers Association. Science writers are wonderful people, so I’ll be looking forward to meeting this bunch.
On 6 June, at 6:30 pm, I’l be speaking to the Seattle Society for Sensible Explanations. Seating is limited, so you’ll need to RSVP soon. A skeptics group in Seattle? Where were these people when I lived there?
I hope to see some of you there at this little tour. Later this summer I’ll be in Las Vegas, Denver, and Atlanta, too — I’m not exactly vacationing this year.