He was theological consultant to the Lambeth Conference and has been a member of advisory groups on both Theology and Medical Ethics for the Archbishop of Canterbury. Professor Gingerich's research interests have ranged from the recomputation of an ancient Babylonian mathematical table to the interpretation of stellar spectra. In the past three decades Professor Gingerich has become a leading authority on Johannes Keplar and on Nicholas Copernicus. His annotated census of 16th century copies of De revolutionibus by Copernicus has now been published as a monograph.
Besides over technical or educational articles and reviews, Professor Gingerich has written more popularly on astronomy and two anthologies of his essays have appeared. He has been the recipient of many awards, including the AAS Doggett prize for his contributions to the history of astronomy, the Polish Order of Merit and an asteroid has been named in his honour. He has. He has a BSc in mathematics, MA in philosophy and PhD in theoretical physics from Queen's University Belfast where he also worked as a post-doctoral research associate before joining Ulster University in His current research is in the areas of Bayesian and explanatory reasoning, knowledge discovery, and the mathematical and computational modelling of complex systems.
This work is multidisciplinary in nature, involving research in artificial intelligence, mathematics and philosophy of science, and finding application in a range of areas. Dr Golshani studied for his doctorate at. Dr Golshani studied for his doctorate at the University of California at Berkeley before returning to Tehran to pursue his academic career. Previously he was Chairman of the Dept.
For several years he was principal of Edwardes college in the University of Peshawar but has recently returned to Cambridge University where he teaches ecology. He was Spalding Fellow at Clare Hall. Monica Grady is Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences at the Open University, where she studies comets and asteroids, in order to understand the origin and evolution of the Sun and planets. Monica is also a practising Catholic. In her lecture, she will talk about her work, and how she balances her beliefs with her research.
She will also discuss potential moral and ethical issues that might arise if when? Joel B. In addition to earning. A member of Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, he has published 25 books and scores of essays in scholarly journals, academic symposia, and for the general church. Two of Dr. Green has pastored churches in Texas, Scotland, and Northern California.
In keeping with his interdisciplinary interests, Professor Green is currently working on projects related to the interface of biblical anthropology and the natural sciences and to theological interpretation of Scripture. He has edited What about the Soul? Gregersen b. From to , he was a leader of the Danish Science-Theology Forum.
He is a founding member and Executive Committee member of.
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David arrived in Croxley Green in the summer of , moving from Milton Keynes where he worked with. David arrived in Croxley Green in the summer of , moving from Milton Keynes where he worked with two churches since Before training as a Baptist Minister, with his wife Carolyn and their two children he lived in Bracknell where he was part of the leadership team of Easthampstead Baptist Church. He continues to take an interest in science, offering talks on connections between science and faith, as well as weather and climate change to schools, churches and community groups.
In his spare time, Dave takes an interest in history and different cultures, watching films and science fiction and reading an increasing diverse range of books from science fiction to ancient Roman detective stories. He enjoys travelling and hill walking especially in The Peak District. He dislikes gardening and has given up trying to learn to play the guitar, but enjoys singing! Nidhal Guessoum is an Algerian astrophysicist who received his M. For the past decade or so, he has been at the American University of Sharjah United Arab Emirates , where he chaired the Physics Department for a few years and presided over the Faculty Senate.
In addition to his technical papers, he has published dozens of articles on general science issues, edited a conference proceedings volume, and co-authored two general public books, The Determination of Lunar Crescent Months and the Islamic Calendar two editions and The Story of the Universe three editions , both in Arabic. Lately, Prof. Guessoum has been active in the area of the Islam-Science interface. He has recently finished a book on Islam, modern science, and Western thought. Professor Guessoum has been at the forefront of astrophysical research on the electron-positron annihilation process in the Galaxy, the emission coming mainly from the central regions.
In parallel to this, Guessoum has pioneered the study of nuclear gamma-ray lines produced outside of the solar system, an emission which is undetectable at our present technological capacity but which could be within grasp of the next generation of instruments. Finally, he has lately ventured in the gamma-ray burst domain, which in the past decade or more has become one of the most stunning phenomena of the cosmos and has yet to be explained in a satisfactory manner.
Professor Guessoum has long had an interest in the questions at the interface between science and religion in general, and science and Islam in particular. Tauris He is an expert in the theory of galaxy formation that provides the framework for understanding distant galaxies observed as they were in the first ages of the universe.
He has also written more than 60 papers and book contributions on current issues in Islam. His main expertise encompasses issues such as Islamic spirituality and epistemology, science and religion, and reflection on the presence of Islam in the West. From to , he was the Principal Investigator of an international Research Program on Science and Religion in Islam , with proceedings published in Com Jordan.
He also serves in the Boards of Advisors of several international institutions. When elected to serve as a Member of Parliament his ministerial career began with his appointment as a Conservative Whip and then as an Employment Minister. He has had sixteen years of ministerial experience - one of only five people in the last years who have held so long a tenure. He played a vital part in the negotiations for the Uruguay whilst chairing the Council of Agriculture Ministers.
He was instrumental in bringing environmental considerations to the heart of British Agricultural policy and then to the wider European CAP. Friends of the Earth called him the best Environment Secretary they had ever had. He is the only Government Minister to have ever received this award. John Gummer is first and foremost a constituency MP and much enjoys that part of Parliamentary life. In that role he is campaigning against plans to reduce the level of coastal protection along our 74 miles of coast.
At the centre of his concern at the moment is the improvement of NHS services in Suffolk. John writes regularly for the Catholic Herald, Country Life , Estates Gazette and other magazines with a pronounced emphasis on environmental issues. He has written pieces on social issues, politics and religion.
Richard D. Professor of philosophy at Princeton University. He has written extensively on the foundations of quantum physics, philosophy of science, and. He has written extensively on the foundations of quantum physics, philosophy of science, and the relationship between science and theology, with articles appearing in the Journal of Mathematical Physics, Physical Review, The British Journal for Philosophy of Science, and The European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, among others.
Pam Hanley is currently undertaking a part-time PhD which looks at the inter-relationship of science and religion in school, focusing. Pam Hanley is currently undertaking a part-time PhD which looks at the inter-relationship of science and religion in school, focusing on the teaching of the origin of life. She is also involved in a systematic review of research into effective science programmes.
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Previously, she worked on an evaluation of 21st Century Science at the University of Southampton, and also conducted assessments of teacher professional development for the Science Learning Centre South East. Before that she worked in a variety of jobs, including as a researcher for the Co-op and the television regulator, and as a journalist on Which? He writes on the pre-modern and early modern history of science and religion. He has also contributed to various academic journals.
Hardin holds an M. His numerous research articles focus on the genetic regulation of cell movement and cell adhesion during embryonic development, which has broad implications for understanding human birth defects and cancer. He is also a nationally and internationally recognized biology educator, and the senior author of a widely used cell biology textbook, The World of the Cell Pearson.
Hardin is the only scientist in the Religious Studies program at the University of Wisconsin-Madision, where he is the director of the Isthmus Society, which is committed to promoting dialogue between science and religion. Originally trained as a sociologist, I am a scientist, academic and public engagement researcher who studies how new.
Originally trained as a sociologist, I am a scientist, academic and public engagement researcher who studies how new technologies shape us and how we in turn shape our technologies - in the space that is often known as Human Computer Interaction or HCI.
I have founded and jointly led start-up companies with clients as diverse as Vodafone, Hewlett Packard and StoraEnso. I invent as well as do research, and have filed 26 patents on a variety of new concepts including, for example, mobile communication apps, wearable security systems and family life appliances. I regularly speak to the public, and to the research and business communities on all aspects of the Digital Society. I am currently a visiting Professor at the University of Swansea. His first degree and PhD at. His first degree and PhD at Cambridge were in earth sciences specifically mineral physics , but he soon moved into condensed matter physics, working at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford from to Exploring a call to ordained ministry, he studied theology at Oxford, and was then Chaplain at Oriel College, Oxford from to , where he also taught New Testament studies.
Here, he manages Edinburgh's MSc programme in Science and Religion, one of the world's few advanced programmes in the subject. Mark's current research interests explore the interface between science and biblical interpretation. He is the author of The Nature of Creation , Acumen Press , a theological investigation of the creation texts of the Bible in the light of modern science and critical biblical scholarship. He is also interested in the interpretation of miracles, especially in the idea of resurrection in Christianity, and in the way that scientific catastrophism has become an important driving force in popular interpretations of the Bible.
At the same time, as a physicist, Mark is interested in the ambiguous relationship between physics and religious belief, and he is working on a long-standing project on the question of scientific and theological views of ultimate reality and the laws of nature. He has published extensively in the field of intellectual history with a focus on the philosophical, scientific and religious thought of the early modern period, and has a particular interest in historical and contemporary relations between science and religion.
He is the author of over articles and book chapters, including The Territories of Science and Religion Chicago, , winner of the Aldersgate Prize. Glynn Harrison is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Bristol where he was also a practicing consultant psychiatrist and Chair. Glynn Harrison is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Bristol where he was also a practicing consultant psychiatrist and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry.
Professionally, his main areas of academic research were in schizophrenia and associated psychotic illness, health service evaluation and epidemiology. His clinical passion was for early intervention and prevention of psychotic disorder. Left untreated, these can be among the most devastating and potentially long term disorders in the field of psychiatry. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society,. He is a certified transmitter of the Qur'an and Hadith, and has made numerous international media appearances.
Her doctoral project explores the work of a 13th century Ash'ari theologian, Sayf al-Din al-Amidi d. Her research involves using theoretical physics approaches to shed light on problems in biology, including cell movement and polarisation, the cytoskeleton, and protein allostery. Rhoda is a keen fell runner, on the Christians in Science committee and a member of St Timothy's church, Sheffield. Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist whose research focuses on understanding what climate change means for people and the places.
Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist whose research focuses on understanding what climate change means for people and the places where we live. Joseph Straus Springer Heidelberg. Heller is a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. His current research is concerned with the singularity problem in general relativity and the use of noncommutative geometry in seeking the unification of general relativity and quantum mechanics. He has published nearly scientific papers not only in general relativity and relativistic cosmology, but also in philosophy and the history of science and science and theology and is the author of more than 20 books.
In his volume, Is Physics an Art? Biblos, , he writes about mathematics as the language of science and also explores such humanistic issues as beauty as a criterion of truth, creativity, and transcendence. She and Steph.
She and Steph Bryant Youth and Schools Programme Co-Director are available to provide lessons, workshops and talks on the interactions of science and faith for children, young people and students of all ages in a variety of classroom, school society and other contexts. She has a strong interest in the communication and public understanding of the interactions of science and faith and has participated in formal and informal discussion of the science-faith dialogue for many years. Lizzie has worked with children and young people in a variety of contexts for many years and has informal experience in a wide range of educational contexts.
These sessions have reached a wide range of schools including state and independently-funded, and those with a variety of religious characters or none. Lizzie has been involved in developing a variety of teaching resources and offering formal and informal training to teachers in presenting interdisciplinary topics on themes of science-faith interactions.
She is also involved in a consultation capacity with several collaborative projects working to develop new, inter-disciplinary approaches to education on the basis of research findings and experience in teaching about science-faith interactions in schools. Church of England priest, he serves as.
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Benedict, Collegeville, Minnesota. Richard S. Hess is Earl S. Hess has authored seven volumes, edited twelve books, contributed to five Bible translations, published more than one hundred research articles, and written several hundred book reviews and dictionary articles. Hess is writing commentaries on the biblical books of Genesis, Joshua, 1 and 2 Kings, and Job. He is also working on a graduate level Old Testament introduction and editing several studies on War in the Bible, Early Israel, and the history of Israel.
In preparation for publication are also studies on Late Bronze Age ethnic geography of Canaan, literacy in ancient Israel, Luwian hieroglyphic texts, Amarna cuneiform texts, and the biblical accounts of Solomon's Temple. Hess has evaluated research proposals and manuscripts for the Israel Science Foundation, the American Schools of Oriental Research, the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, and Science and Christian Belief, as well as numerous biblical studies journals and publishers.
His work in science has focused on the archaeology of the ancient Near East with special attention to written artifacts such as the West Semitic archives of the Late Bronze Age, and on the relationship of these texts to the Bible especially Genesis and early Israel. She studied at the Universities of Exeter. Edmund's College. Her main research interests are the history of the philosophy of religion, and science and religion.
Further projects underway include a monograph on the history of the soul and a research project on natural theology and ecotheology. Rodney Holder read mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge, and researched for a. Following 14 years working for the UK Ministry of Defence, he returned to Oxford to study theology and was ordained in the Church of England in After several years of parish ministry he was appointed Course Director of the Faraday Institute from its inception until his retirement in January Rodney has explored ways in which science and faith complement each other in a number of books and is a regular speaker on the relationship between religion and science, especially cosmology.
He oversees. He oversees a Children's Home full time children , a School students and a network of eight Churches across Haiti. He is a wealth of knowledge and experience and has a heart to share his wisdom with others. Paul Hopkins has been working and teaching in various places from primary to HE and in various subjects from physics. Paul Hopkins has been working and teaching in various places from primary to HE and in various subjects from physics to religion for the last 15 or so years.
He believes we should be educating children into an open conversation with the universe in all its forms and asking why and how a lot more than what, who and when. Michael Hoskin started academic life in Classics, and switched to mathematics on entering London University. In he came to. Disillusioned in consequence with mathematics despite being elected a Research Fellow of Jesus College in , the following year he applied for a newly-established Lectureship in History of Science at Leicester, and was appointed despite knowing nothing about the subject.
Two years later he was appointed to the corresponding lectureship in Cambridge, and helped build up what is now the Department of History and Philosophy of Science. In he was invited to become a foundation Fellow of St Edmund's, and was for five minutes the only Fellow. In he was invited by Churchill College to build the proposed new Archives Centre. He returned to St Edmund's in on election as Emeritus Fellow. Michael Hoskin is primarily an historian of stellar astronomy with a particular interest in the Herschel family. In he founded the Journal for the History of Astronomy and has edited it ever since.
He also works in astronomy in prehistory, and has personally measured the orientations of some two thousand European and African dolmens. He has been a lecturer at Heythrop College since September He went on to read Islamic studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, before gaining his doctorate in contemporary Islamic thought from the University of Birmingham.
He has contributed to the work of the Holy See in Interreligious Dialogue and is a regular speaker and broadcaster. He writes for and is on the editorial committee of the British Jesuit on-line journal, Thinking Faith. Elaine Howard Ecklund is the Herbert S. Her current research addresses how individuals use race, gender, and religious identities to bring changes to religious and scientific institutions.
Her book, Science vs. Her research has been cited over 1, times by local, national, and international media. In , she received Rice University's Charles O. Julian C. Having qualified in Medicine from Bristol, he originally trained in General Practice. His writings and research focus mainly on philosophical and ethical issues raised in connection with ageing and dementia.
In , he was appointed a member of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics having served on its working party on dementia in ; and in he was appointed Deputy Chair of the Council. Mike Hulme is professor of human geography at the University of Cambridge. Recent Publications. Humphreys has received numerous honours and awards, most recently the Kelvin Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics ; award of an honorary D. Humphreys is also very involved in the public understanding of science, having served as Selby Fellow, Australian Academy of Science ; as Fellow in the Public Understanding of Physics, Institute of Physics ; and as President of the Physics Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science He publishes and lectures extensively in the field of science and religion, and has a particular interest in the application of scientific knowledge to the understanding of the historicity of the Biblical text.
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Cherryl Hunt was a molecular biologist for some years before completing a masters in theology and then working on a. The publications emerging from this project include a co-authored monograph D. Horrell, C. Hunt, C. Cherryl is currently engaged in a research project funded by Bible Society, to evaluate the progress and outcomes of their Pathfinder programme, which is itself designed to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Bible, resulting in growth in faith and a new level of cultural engagement.
She also has interests in other areas of Christian reflection on bioethics, including the status of the early human embryo, stem cell research and human enhancement. Ian H. He holds an M. In addition to over scientific journal articles, Dr. Hutchinson is widely known for his standard monograph: Principles of Plasma Diagnostics, whose second edition was published by Cambridge University Press in He has served on numerous national fusion review panels and editorial boards, and as editor in chief of the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion.
He has been married to Fran for 35 years, has two adult children, and is an enthusiastic choral singer, squash player, and fly-fisherman. His primary research interest is plasma physics, especially the magnetic confinement of plasmas ionized gases : seeking to enable fusion reactions, the energy source of the stars, to be used for practical energy production.
He and his MIT team designed, built and operate the Alcator C-Mod tokamak, an international experimental facility he directed for 15 years, whose magnetically confined plasmas, with temperatures reaching beyond 50 million degrees Celsius, are prototypical of a future fusion reactor. His personal scientific contributions span many areas of plasma physics, including pioneering experimental measurements of magnetohydrodynamic instabilities and radiation from energetic electrons, theoretical and computational investigations of plasma flow past embedded objects that establish how to measure plasma flow with probes, and observations of spontaneous toka- mak plasma rotation.
He has also made major contributions to the development of plasma measurement and control techniques. Throughout his professional science career, Dr. Hutchinson has been active in speaking to university and church groups on the relationship of science and Christianity, providing leadership in student and faculty conferences under the auspices of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, and the Veritas Forum. He founded the Faith of Great Scientists Seminar at MIT, which examines how the Christian faith of so many great scientists of history influenced their science and how their science influenced their faith.
He has recently completed a book-length study of scientism, its influence in the academy and society, and its role in the faith-science discussion. He is a fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation. Selected Science and Faith Publications I. Hastings, I. He has published a number of articles on early modern history and the history of science, and has written the Very Short Introduction to Newton Oxford University Press Iliffe's main research interests include: the history of science ; the role of science and technology in the 'Rise of the West'; techno-scientific and other roots of the current environmental crisis; historical interactions between science and religion; the theological and scientific work of Isaac Newton; and the implications for academic work posed by the increasing digitisation of the scholarly infrastructure.
He is well known for his work on. He is well known for his work on quantum gravity and on interdisciplinary studies in the area of science and religion. Dr Jaeger holds a permanent lectureship and is academic dean at Nogent Bible Institute IBN in Nogent-sur-Marne, an interdenominational evangelical Bible college situated near Paris which trains pastors and other Church workers at an undergraduate level, and lay people in extension programs. She holds a permanent lectureship and is academic dean at the Institut Biblique de Nogent-sur-Marne, an interdenominational Evangelical Bible college near Paris which trains pastors and other Church workers at an undergraduate level, and lay people in extension programs.
Since , Lydia Jaeger has had several short study leaves in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge Great Britain , where she is also an associate member of St. Since she has been coordinating a joint project with the French branch of IFES GBU to develop evangelical science-faith resources for the francophone world. Her current research interests are natural order, the epistemological and ethical implications of the doctrine of creation, the theology of science and our understanding of humankind in the light of evolutionary biology, neuroscience and philosophy.
She is the author of seven books and several articles on the relationship between Christianity and the natural sciences. She is Vice. She was founding editor of The Curriculum Journal and serves, or has served, on the editorial or boards of Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability and Assessment in Education. This was stimulated by her ten years experience teaching RE, English and social studies in secondary schools.
Erin Joakim is an adjunct lecturer and post-doctoral researcher in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo. Erin Joakim is an adjunct lecturer and post-doctoral researcher in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo Waterloo, Canada. She received her B. Her research has focused on long-term disaster recovery, including community based disaster reconstruction programming. Recent research has particularly focused on the role of religion, including individual faith, religious leadership, and institutional responses, in facilitating recovery after major disasters.
Vicky is a residentiary Canon at Ely Cathedral. Prior to that she was parish priest in Manchester. She has a. She has a PhD in Biochemistry, and worked as a Cancer Research Scientist at the University of Manchester before training for ordination and switching to theology, studying at Cambridge and Yale universities. Vicky is a member of the Mission Theology Advisory group, and Mission and Public Affairs Council of the Church of England and is currently engaged in conversations with Bishops and religious leaders on the communication of science in the life of the church, as well as planning a science festival at Ely Cathedral.
He holds the degrees of DSc and MD, for his publications in neuroscience and bioethics respectively. His current research interests span a number of areas of bioethics, approached from the perspective of a biomedical scientist, with particular interests in embryology and neuroscience. As a result all his bioethical writings are informed by his science, especially as they relate to the dead human body, the uses to which human tissue and human material may be put, including plastination.
Core issues include the moral status of the blastocyst, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis PGD , policy issues surrounding research using human embryos and the extraction of embryonic stem cells, the concepts of brain birth and brain death, notions of biomedical enhancement, and the interplay of genetic and environmental factors in ethical assessment. Interests in the science-religion field overlap these bioethical interests.
Over the last ten years. Over the last ten years he has been deeply involved in Urban Regeneration.
For four years he chaired the New Deal for Communities programme in Liverpool Kensington Regeneration and championed community led regeneration in lectures, newspaper articles and broadcasts. It is the first Academy to take the environment as its specialism and opened in September which was declared by the United Nations as the beginning of the decade of education for Sustainable Development.
The Bishop also chairs the North West Constitutional Convention which is addressing the issue of regional governance. He believes that regional and local government needs to be coherent, accountable and transparent and that decisions about the future of communities need to be taken at the most local level. He lectures widely and broadcasts regularly on 'Thought for the Day'. Working in partnership with a number of agencies including the Regional Development Agency for the North West he has set up Operation EDEN which is an organisation working across the faith communities engaging local people in the holistic transformation of their local environment.
He believes that there is a real tension between community led regeneration and programmes that are centrally driven. He feels that these tensions are often revealed in the language that is used. He is convinced that you cannot have mechanical solutions to organic problems and that those with the money and the power need to understand more fully how communities die and live again.
Although he believes and works well with professional regenerators he is a passionate advocate of enabling local people to shape their own destinies. James W. Jones holds earned doctorates in both Philosophy of Religion and in Psychology and an Honorary Doctorate. He is Distinguished Professor of Religion and Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University in the United States, where he has taught a variety of courses in religion and science for over forty years. He is the author of fifteen books and numerous professional papers and is the editor of several volumes of collected papers, dealing with Religion, Psychology and Science.
He serves on the editorial boards of several publications. He completed a M. Amsterdam , and moved to the. Amsterdam , and moved to the United Kingdom for an M. After studying Physics and Mathematics at the University of Keele. He obtained his doctorate in Neuroscience in at the University of Keele, supervised by Prof. Current research interests are in the neuroscience of vision, eye movement and accommodation of the eyes, and within that field, myopia and eye growth, the mechanism of accommodation, and the cause of presbyopia. Dr Judge has spoken at various science-religion Summer Schools on bioethics, Neuroscience, the Christian view of human nature and Miracles.
He is a member of Christians in Science. Fazlun Khalid has a world wide reputation as an indefatigable advocate of environmental protection rooted in religious traditions and is. Fazlun Khalid has a world wide reputation as an indefatigable advocate of environmental protection rooted in religious traditions and is now recognised as one of fifteen leading eco theologians in the world. Her first degree and PhD were obtained at the University of Cambridge UK where she became interested in specification of early cell fate decisions in the mammalian embryo.
She has worked in London, Copenhagen and for the last 18 years in Manchester. She has 25 years experience as a developmental biologist working on early development of mammalian embryos. She is also an established international expert on mammalian implantation with a research programme in this area since leading to over 40 papers. In the last 20 years, thirty of her almost papers address issues of establishment of the blastocyst and the inner cell mass ICM the source of embryonic stem cells as well as the first differentiation of the embryonic stem cell population to trophectoderm or later the primary embryonic precursor cells germ layers in both murine and human embryos.
Douglas Kindschi, now in his 40th year at Grand Valley State University, served in the position of dean for. Douglas Kindschi, now in his 40 th year at Grand Valley State University, served in the position of dean for 28 of those years. Douglas Kindschi Hall of Science recognizing his role in advancing the sciences at the university. In January, , he was appointed as the founding director of the Kaufman Interfaith Institute.
On the personal side, he has been married to his wife, Barbara, for 53 years and they have 4 children and 6 grandchildren. Together they enjoy cross-country skiing, reading, walking the Lake Michigan beach and travel especially since four of the grandchildren live with their oldest daughter and son-in-law in Germany. His work at the interface between basic science and applied research with an interest in societal implications of his work.
Other distinctions. Professor Kragh's academic research interests are in the history of modern physical sciences, including chemistry, astronomy, physics and cosmology; historical interactions between science and religion; philosophical aspects of science; and science-technology relations. In the science-religion field Professor Kragh is especially interested in cosmology and religion through the ages; thermodynamics and religion; the age of the Earth in relation to Biblical chronology; the scholastic synthesis of science and religion.
He has written several books, articles and lectures on these topics. When he was only nine years old, Satish Kumar renounced the world and joined the wandering brotherhood of Jain monks. Dissuaded from his path by an inner voice at the age of eighteen, he left the monastic order and became a campaigner for land reform, working to turn Gandhi's vision of a peaceful world into reality. Fired by the example of Bertrand Russell, he undertook an 8, mile peace pilgrimage, walking from India to America without any money, through deserts, mountains, storms and snow.
It was an adventure during which he was thrown into jail in France, faced a loaded gun in America - and delivered packets of 'peace tea' to the leaders of the four nuclear powers. In , he settled in England, taking the Editorship of Resurgence magazine. He is the guiding spirit behind a number of ecological, spiritual and educational ventures in Britain.
He founded the Small School in Hartland, a pioneering secondary school aged , which brings into its curriculum ecological and spiritual values. In , Schumacher College, a residential international centre for the study of ecological and spiritual values, was founded, of which he is a Visiting Fellow. Meeting old friends and making new ones along the way, this pilgrimage was a celebration of his love of life and nature.
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