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How can people strengthen their connections to natural world? That was the question addressed during this year’s December Dialogues, an event hosted by the Dialogue on Science Ethics, & Religion (DoSER) program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

DoSER has received the 2021 Expanded Reason Award in the teaching category for their work connecting religious leaders with the latest scientific research and promoting dialogue between and among religious and scientific communities.

On June 15, 2021, the AAAS DoSER program hosted a free virtual symposium on science’s impact on human life and society and how faith communities are engaging with forefront science.

Eight seminaries across the country will incorporate science into their coursework and campus life as participants in AAAS' Science for Seminaries project.

June 15, 2021 - Join us for DoSER's 25th anniversary celebration, a free virtual symposium entitled "Forward Together: Where Science, Ethics, & Religion Intersect in a Changing World" 

Join a virtual discussion on science, ethics, and faith in science fiction! This year’s holiday lecture will consider how works of science fiction can foster reflection, dialogue, and action to spur positive change for humanity. Speakers include Br. Guy Consolmagno and Nnedi Okorafor.