October 2018 Issue

STEM Research Symposium Highlights

STEM faculty, staff students and guests celebrated undergraduate research
across the STEM disciplines in Segerstrom Science Center on September 29.

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Faculty Feature

Dr. Alex Sumarsono

Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering & Computer Science

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Book for Thought:
Bible and Ecology: Rediscovering the Community of Creation

Bauckham sets on a biblical investigation into the relationship between human beings and the rest of creation. He describes a tradition of a “community of creation” in which human beings are fellow members with God’s other creatures. Bible and Ecology is reliable and engaging; an essential read for anyone looking for a Biblically grounded approach to ecology.
STEM Faculty : you have a chance to win an autographed copy of this book at Spatium!

STEM Faculty

Join us for our next Spatium
October 8th, @10:30AM Perry Lecture Hall

STEM Career Lab

Stop by Segerstrom Atrium for a few minutes to meet with a career consultant to get your resume or LinkedIn profile reviewed in our STEM Career Lab! No appointment needed, but feel free to RSVP so we have enough chairs for you all : )
The STAR Office is hosting a faith & science event at Fuller Seminary that is free and open to the public.
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We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2019 BioLogos Conference! Beyond Conflict: Science, Faith, and the Big Questions will be held at the waterfront Hyatt Regency in Baltimore’s picturesque Inner Harbor.

We’ve recently added a number of exciting speakers, including journalist and author Jonathan Merritt and astronomer Jennifer Wiseman, along with pastor John Ortberg, church historian Justo González, and many more.

Conference registration also includes attendance at a special BioLogos 10th Anniversary Banquet to close out the conference, where BioLogos founder Francis Collins and influential theologian Richard Mouw will reflect on the past and future of BioLogos and the science-faith dialogue.

We’re also adding a number of workshops, where you can interact with attendees in similar vocations, get a crash course in Evolution 101, and more. And be sure to sign up for our Night at the Aquarium, a BioLogos-exclusive after-hours exploration of the world-renowned National Aquarium!
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