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Christopher Jensen
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Educator, writer, and scientist interested in cooperation, cultural evolution, and sustainability.
Educator, writer, and scientist interested in cooperation, cultural evolution, and sustainability.

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Alison Dell’s Moral Sense III cover art subjected a Richard Alexander figure to paper chromatography Next week, a variety of natural and social scientists will converge on Saint Francis for Moral Sense III, a one day colloquium exploring the human “moral…

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Book reviews are certainly not the most important or monumental works that I might hope to publish, but I still think that they are valuable. I am excited that my most recent book review has been published in the Quarterly Review of Biology. I reviewed an…

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One of the activities that I regularly have my students complete in my Evolution course is called “Future Evolution“. The activity sends students on what most evolutionary biologists consider a fool’s errand: to try to predict the future evolution of some…

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Although the final program and registration information are not yet solidified for the Moral Sense Colloquium III, what I do know is that I am going to be included as a speaker. My talk, “Dual Inheritance, Ecological Peril, & the Morality of Procreation”,…

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Image of the Pratt Horses 2011 event courtesy of Gateway Community Newsletter Every year, Pratt’s School of Art sponsors the “Horses on Campus” event. The horses come and graze on the lawns behind the Brooklyn Campus Library, giving students the chance to…

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At the end of every academic year, Pratt highlights the best work done by graduating students in its undergraduate and graduate programs. Much of this work used to be housed “under one roof” at a space in Manhattan, but in recent times the shows have…

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Like a lot of important policy these days, it all started with an early morning tweet from President Donald Trump: What did the tweet mean? Could it be possible that the Trump administration had a plan to deal with climate change? And what does climate…

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The discovery of a rare photographic artifact sent the Pratt Photography Department into hysterics of nostalgia “I was just smoking my usual mid-morning cigarette outside the door of the ARC Building — a full 25 feet away from the doors, mind you — when I…

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Pratt Institute’s Green Week, a celebration of sustainability, starts tomorrow! I am excited to be working with my colleague Andy Todd to bring Dr. Roland Kays, a wildlife biologist who specializes in the use of camera traps, to Pratt’s campus for Green…
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