We are happy to announce the Save the Date for EvoKE 2021 meeting that will be held from the 22nd to 24th of November 2021 in Barcelona, Spain. Venues: Espai Francesca Bonnemaison Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) The EvoKE 2021 meeting will be a great open-minded, innovative, interdisciplinary and inclusive opportunity to interact … Continue reading Save the Date! EvoKE 2021 meeting, November 22nd – 24th Barcelona, Spain
Dear EvoKE member, 2019 was a big year for EvoKE and for the inaugural EvoKE Electoral Committee! Thanks to your support and involvement, we were able to cross two important milestones: We conducted our first-ever EvoKE Board election and elected our inaugural EvoKE board. We adopted the EvoKE statutes and became a legally recognised entity. … Continue reading Electoral Committee – new call!
In these difficult times of lockdown and limited access to our everyday resources, it is important to have access to open, easy to use teaching materials for use in remote and online teaching. EvoKE community assembled a list of such resources, contributed by our members. Here: bit.ly/EvoKErepository you will find a database will all contributed resources. … Continue reading EvoKE online teaching resources
The EvoKE Electoral Committee is pleased to announce the results of our recently concluded inaugural EvoKE Board election. Meet our newly-elected board members (in random order): Olaf R.P. Bininda-Emonds Héloïse D. Dufour Tania Jenkins Evangelia Mavrikaki Teresa Nogueira Xana Sá Pinto James D. Williams The new board will be introduced to the community shortly at … Continue reading Newly elected Evoke 2021 Board
EvoKE is a community of scientists, educators, science communicators, policy makers and journalists, all united around the idea of making biological evolution and the science behind it more accessible and understandable to the society. EvoKE aims to build a collaborative, diverse, and dynamic network of people interested in promoting a greater scientific literacy in evolution. … Continue reading Call for EvoKE 2021 organisers!
The EvoKE Electoral Committee has launched the election voting system on September 17th. All members of the community should have now received e-mails from the Electionbuddy voting platform with their vote ticket. Make sure to check your spam folder if you can't see any such e-mail in your inbox. For more information about the candidates … Continue reading EvoKE Board elections are open!
Exceptional registration call for local and regional participants from the South East Europe region - apply until the 5th of September! To increase the participation of educators, science communicators and scientists from the region that hosts the next EvoKE conference, EvoKE 2019 announces an exceptional call for 10 additional participants at a reduced price coming … Continue reading EvoKE 2019 – exceptional call for applications!
To ensure the continued development of EvoKE, the Structure Group along with the Board has been working on having EvoKE become a legally recognised structure. Our EvoKE meeting in Split will see an important milestone towards achieving this goal - our first official election! The first steps have already been taken. We now have a … Continue reading Board candidates call & elections
Call for EvoKE National Representatives: Are you an educator, researcher, science communicator or policy advisor adviser interested in science outreach and evolution? Do you think evolution literacy is fundamental for decision making processes that affect personal and public well being? Do you want others to discover and understand the fascinating science of evolution? Become … Continue reading Call for EvoKE National Representatives
contributed by Graciela Escudero During the Evoke meeting (March 2017, Porto) we worked on the idea of developing an immersive game, in which the players would use critical thinking applying the rules of evolution and have fun with it. I took those fantastic ideas back home and tried to develop “the game” further with the … Continue reading Immersive Game goes to Spain!