E.O. Wilson to speak at the 2012 DLIA Conference!

E.O. Wilson to speak at the 2012 DLIA Conference!

By todd - Posted on 27 September 2011

E.O. Wilson

World renowned biologist Dr. E.O. Wilson will give the keynote address at Discover Life in America's ATBI Conference 2012 on March 23, 2012!

Edward O. Wilson, recently called “one of the most important biological theorists since Darwin” by The New York Times, returns to East Tennessee for a special appearance at Discover Life in America’s ATBI Conference 2012.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama Wilson felt a fascination with nature from a young age and grew up to become one of the world’s leading environmentalists. In addition to winning two Pulitzer Prizes and numerous other awards, he was also called one of the “Top 25 most influential Americans” by Time Magazine.

E.O. Wilson's keynote address is part of the ATBI Conference.

There will also be a chance to see and hear Dr. Wilson on March 24, 2012 at 6 p.m.at the Knoxville Museum of Art with a "Special Evening with E.O. Wilson," which is a fundraiser for Discover Life in America.

Register here for an "Evening with E.O. Wilson" at the Knoxville Museum of Art, Saturday, March 24, 2012. $75.

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