Colorado School of Mines

Can Science, Faith, and Atheism be reconciled to transform ourselves and the world?

March 10, 2017 at 7:00 PM / Metals Hall, Green Center


The Veritas Forum at Colorado School of Mines

Colorado School of Mines

This year's theme is the intersection of worldview and science, and how they co-exist in a multitude of backgrounds, ideologies, and religious beliefs. The goal for the evening is to present this topic by use of discussion questions (listed below) to the panel, and for the audience to get a "fly on the wall" perspective on the approach of these worldviews to scientific pursuits. There is a free ice cream social following the event. Photography provided by the Mines Photography Club, Videography provided by Filmmakers at Mines

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Presenters

Robert Amaro

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines

Christian Shorey

Assistant Department Head, Geology & Geological Engineering

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Mansur Ermila

Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering

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Gregory Jackson

Professor & Department Head of Mechanical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines

Derrick Hudson

Teaching Associate Professor of International Relations in the Division of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences

Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines