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The ELT students and faculty are involved with many different academic and co-cirricular activities every year. This is a gallery of images from the Spring Semester 2006. If you want to see what we were up to in the fall, go to our Fall Semester 2005 page.
In Colloquium, ELT freshman use the technique of cladistics to infer the evolutionary history of the Solanicephala (better known as "potato heads").
Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History, March 11, 2006
ELT freshman visit the National Museum of Natural History to get a better understanding of the modern and ancient world (and to visit the ELT mascot, Cooperaceras texanum!).
CPS-Life Sciences and ELT students and faculty team up with Geology senior Sandra Grabowski and graduate student Kathleen Scheiderich to help remove trash from Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on Maryland's Eastern Shore, and see something of the local habitat and its inhabitants. The latter include the desctructive invasive rodent species Myocastor coypus (the nutria).
As part of the annual Scholars in New York trip, ELT freshmen and sophomores explore the halls the American Museum of Natural History. And once again see our mascot, Cooperaceras texanum!
ELT freshmen explore the geographic distribution of their ancestors over the last two thousand years.
The culmniation of four semesters of classes and work! ELT sophomores present their individual research, volunteership, and internship projects at the annual Scholars Academic Showcase. Great work, guys!!
ELT freshmen (and ELT almnus Rhyan Maditz) team up as part of the annual "Step Up to Bat For Kids" Charity Softball Tournament. This year's ELT team claimed Third Place!! Cheer on the ELT Blue!
Thanks for the great year, everybody!!