The Evolution of Flight examines evidence from the fossil record, behavior, biomechanics and cladistic analysis to interpret the sequence of events that led to flight in the dinosaur lineage.
Students gather, organize and analyze data and then propose hypotheses about the evolution of flight in birds.
Mýa, who did some writing on her 1998 eponymous debut album, was heavily involved in the production of Fear of Flying, from writing and recording to producing, mixing, and mastering.
Fear of Flying, her second album, was released in 2000 and became a worldwide success, boosted by the success of its second single "Case of the Ex". Harrison's contribution to music has earned her many accolades in the fields of pop and R&B music categories. is one of three children, born to an Jamaican-American father and Italian-American mother. in Maryland with her two younger brothers Chaz and Nijel.
In 2002, Harrison won a Grammy Award in the category for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for her rendition of Labelle's 1975 hit "Lady Marmalade" alongside with P! Following a label change and a delay in her fourth studio album, Harrison went independent and recorded two exclusive albums for the Japanese music market, Sugar & Spice (2008) and K. In 2009, Billboard listed Mýa as one of their Hot 100 Artists of the 2000s; placing her in the 97th position. Her father Sherman, a musician and singer, performed with several bands in the area; her mother Theresa worked as an accountant. As a child, she imitated Michael Jackson in her mother's high-heeled boots, using a spoon as a make-believe microphone.
Her tap-dancing skills led to an opportunity to study with one of the best-known tap dancers in the country, Savion Glover of the Dance Theater of Harlem, when he came to Washington DC for a workshop.
Glover later chose Mýa for a solo spot in a dance performance at the Kennedy Center Mýa sometimes had to endure insensitive comments about her ethnic background, but her accomplishments as a dancer helped her make the transition into adolescence and deal with its peer pressure.
As she explained in an appearance on Canada's Much Music television show in January 2001: There was a time in my life when I wasn't popular and accepted by kids in school.