|Introduction: Dr. William LaCourse, Professor and Dean, College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, UMBC||0:00 - 2:11|
|Introduction: Dr. Robert O'Malley, Project Director, AAAS DoSER||2:32 - 5:17|
|Moderator: Dr. Stephen Freeland, Director, Interdisciplinary Studies Program, UMBC||5:23 - 8:15|
|Rabbi Geoff Mitelman, Founder and Director, Sinai and Synapses||8:15 - 17:14|
|Dr. Altaf Saadi, neurologist and fellow, University of California, Los Angeles||17:15 - 27:15|
|Dr. Pamela Payne-Foster, Deputy Director, Institute for Rural Health Research, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Regional Campus||27:16 - 40:51|
|Dr. Caitlin Schrein, strategic communications editor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute||40:52 - 56:15|
About the Presentation
Monday, March 25, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
University of Maryland - Baltimore County
As part of the Engaging Scientists project, the University of Maryland – Baltimore County and the AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) program hosted a series of short presentations and a panel discussion on science engagement with faith communities. The panel of science communicators, scientists and medical professionals shared insights drawn from their diverse backgrounds and interests.
Engaging Scientists Campus Events
This event was part of the Engaging Scientists project, organized by AAAS DoSER in consultation with the AAAS Center for Public Engagement. Six universities hosted speaker events to explore challenges, opportunities, and effective strategies for constructive dialogue about science by scientists with diverse (and particularly with religious/spiritual) publics.