Revisit Biology 101 at Lunch & Learn
Can you tell a plant from an animal? Are you sure? The Dalton State Foundation offers the opportunity to revisit freshman biology in a Lunch & Learn program Friday, October 21, on the Dalton State campus in The James E. Brown Center, room 105. Lunch is included in the cost.
Dr. James Adams, Professor of Biology, will present “Biology 101: The Difference between Plants and Animals.”
“Come and enjoy a whirlwind tour through representative plant and animal structures,” said Dr. Adams. “I promise – nothing gross!” In his lunchtime presentation, Dr. Adams will invite audience members to share their understanding of the difference between plant and animal kingdoms. “You will learn more in 20 minutes than you probably remember from all of your earlier biology classes,” he assures. “You’ll at least get to resurrect foggy memories!”
The program begins at 12 noon at the Brown Center on the north end of the Dalton State campus. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 706-272-2473. Cost is $8 for Dalton State alumni; $10 for the general public; payment is required in advance.
The Dalton State Foundation offers Lunch & Learn programs as an opportunity for Dalton State faculty members to share their expertise with alumni and members of the community. Those wishing to know more are invited to contact Josh Wilson at 706-272-4473 or email@example.com.