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Monica Hughes on Myths about Evolutionary Theory

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed biologist Dr. Monica Hughes about "Myths about Evolutionary Theory" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

Many Americans are woefully ignorant of the basics of evolutionary theory, even while they criticize or reject it. Biologist Monica Hughes explained the basics of evolutionary theory, including some fascinating examples of evolution in action. Then she discussed and dispelled some common myths about it. 

Monica Hughes received her master's and PhD degrees in mycology and forest pathology at SUNY-ESF (State University of New York College of Environmental and Forest Biology). Since obtaining her PhD in 2008, Monica has worked as a biology professor in the Community College system of Colorado and at Regis University in Denver. 

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