- Human Evolution Research
- Climate and Human Evolution
- Anthropocene: The Age of Humans
- Asian Research Projects
- East African Research Projects
- Human Origins Program Team
- What's Hot In Human Origins?
- Fossil Forensics: Interactive
- E. A. Mammal Dentition Database
- Human Evolution Evidence
- 3D Collection
- Human Fossils
- Human Family Tree
- Timeline Interactive
- Human Characteristics
- About Us
Below is a listing of Human Origins Initiative events. Find details about event location, time, and cost (if any) by clicking on that particular event.
We will be updating this event listing about every three months: in March, June, September, and December.
We currently have three regularly scheduled events every month: two Scientist is In programs and one HOT Topic program. Please check the schedule of individual events to see how holidays may impact these events. In addition to these regularly scheduled events, we have occasional lectures, panel discussions, and other public events.
THE SCIENTIST IS IN: Thursdays, bi-weekly (usually the 1st and 3rd week of the month from 12-2pm). This program focuses on informal interaction between scientists and museum visitors, facilitated by human evolution-related objects.
HOT (Human Origins Today) TOPICS: Fridays, monthly, 12-1pm (usually the last or second-to-last Friday of the month; alternating between science and science/society discussions). This program is an informal discussion among experts and museum visitors.
PLEASE CHECK BACK REGULARLY AS THE DETAILS, DATES, AND TIMES OF OUR PROGRAMS OCCASIONALLY CHANGE DUE TO THE AVAILABILITY OF PARTICIPANTS AND OTHER UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES.