The Walker Library will be hosting the second Science and Spirituality Brown Bag at 11:20 a.m. on Tuesday, March 18, in the fourth floor library conference room (475). Reservations can be made by contacting Gary Wulfsberg (firstname.lastname@example.org ; 898-2070) or William Black (email@example.com ; 898-2772).
The March 18th discussion will be a facilitated conversation lead by Rami Shapiro, adjunct in Philosophy. We will be discussing the potential impact of the new cosmology on our sense of what it is to be human. The conversation will be based on the work ”Discovering our Extraordinary Place in the Cosmos: The View from the Center of the Universe,” by Joel Primack and Nancy Ellen Abrams.
This brown bag will be a prelude to the Science & Spirituality Symposium to be held on campus March 27 featuring Primack and Abrams.
We hope you will be able to bring your lunch and join us on the 18th.