AAAS Meeting

I’d like to share a few experiences from the AAAS meeting in San Diego last weekend.
First and foremost, and most relevant to this blog, was the DoSER (Dialog on Science, Ethics, and Religion) reception, held annually at these meetings. This is an AAAS sponsored program. At the reception, AAAS Vice President Al Teich and Francis Collins . . . → Read More: AAAS Meeting

Welcome and Some New Guidelines

Welcome to the ASA Voices, a group blog of ASA members. The intent of this blog is to provide a forum for thoughtful dialog on topics related to issues of science and faith. ASA members who have an ASA Online password are automatically registered and can submit comments to any posts after logging in. ASA members . . . → Read More: Welcome and Some New Guidelines

Blog Mechanics

This post will be a catch-all for questions and comments about the operation of the ASA Voices blog (and the other ASA blogs). Please note that we are still finding our way as to what will serve the ASA best. If you have ideas or opinions about how we have done things so far, please let . . . → Read More: Blog Mechanics

Diversity in the ASA

Hi! I’m not sure if this is the proper venue for this observation so please remove it or forward it to the appropriate people. I have been a member of ASA for more than 15 years. I have attended a few local chapter meetings and went to my first national meeting in Waco because of the . . . → Read More: Diversity in the ASA

Welcome!

Welcome to the ASA Voices, a group blog of ASA members. The intent of this blog is to provide a forum for thoughtful dialog on topics related to issues of science and faith. ASA members who have an ASA Online password are automatically registered and can submit comments to any posts after logging in. ASA members may register for . . . → Read More: Welcome!

 

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