Genetics & Epigenetics

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Bethany Theological Seminary
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M.Div. Review

This course is the culmination of the M.Div. curriculum. It challenges students to pull together prior course work and ministry…
Seminary Faculty Engage on Scientific Topics at AAAS Retreat
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Seminary Faculty Engage on Scientific Topics at AAAS Retreat

Curtis L. Baxter III

In the summer of 2019, faculty leaders from seventeen North American seminaries, along with scientific and theological experts, gathered near…
Reading and Leading in Context: Methods, Media, and Entrepreneurial Practices
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Lutheran Ethics

Craig Nessan

This course examines the field of Christian ethics, paying attention to distinctively Lutheran themes.
DoSER Supports Scientists Who Connect with Religious Communities
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DoSER Supports Scientists Who Connect with Religious Communities

Katherine Lee

Dr. Fatimah Jackson and Dr. Nalini Nadkarni foster science engagement with faith communities.
Awe & Wonder: Scientists Reflect on Their Vocations 2
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To Be Human: Genetics, Origins, and Identity

What does it mean to be human? In this film, Drs. Georgia M. Dunston, Frans De Waal, and Rick Potts…
The Tapestry of Health: Genetic Diversity, History, and Cultural Identity
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The Tapestry of Health: Genetic Diversity, History, and Cultural Identity

Scientific and cultural perspectives on human diversity, including concepts of “race” and ancestry, have shifted dramatically over the centuries. In…
Human Genetics and Engagement with Religious Publics
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Human Genetics and Engagement with Religious Publics

Dr. Ting Wu discusses strategies for engaging with the general public on genetics and other science topics. At the 2018…
Can We
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Can We “Kickstart” Science?

Melissa Wilson Sayres discusses platforms used for crowd-funding science and her lab's successful crowd-funding campaign. At AAPA 2018.
Being Black and Doing Black Research: Methods for Recruiting and Retaining African-Americans in a Bio-Cultural Health Study
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Being Black and Doing Black Research: Methods for Recruiting and Retaining African-Americans in a Bio-Cultural Health Study

Julius Doyle discusses methods to recruit and retain African Americans in scientific research. At AAPA 2018.
An Imperfect Science: Lessons for Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue & Public Advocacy from the March for Science Boston
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An Imperfect Science: Lessons for Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue & Public Advocacy from the March for Science Boston

Elizabeth Crocker uses the March for Science Boston as a case study to explore public science engagement and advocacy. At…