Eugenie Scott

Physical Anthropologist, Former Executive Director of the National Center for Science Education

Eugenie Scott, a former university professor, served as the executive director of National Center for Science Education (NSCE) from 1987 to 2014. She has been both a researcher and an activist in the creationism/evolution controversy for over twenty-five years, and can address many components of this controversy, including educational, legal, scientific, religious, and social issues. She holds nine honorary degrees, from McGill, Rutgers, Mt. Holyoke, the University of New Mexico, Ohio State, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Colorado College, the University of Missouri-Columbia, and Chapman University. Scott is the author of "Evolution vs. Creationism: An Introduction" and co-editor, with Glenn Branch, of "Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design Is Wrong for Our Schools."