Submissions are due February 2, 2018 for the capstone conference of the Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science project 9-12 August 2018.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Submissions are now due February 11, 2018 for the multi-disciplinary conference on Anthropocene research this May.
The inaugural Gold Mass and lecture at the University of Notre Dame was held on Nov. 15, 2017, the feast day of Saint Albert the Great, the patron saint of scientists. The events, a campus-wide collaboration among several colleges, centers and institutes, drew hundreds.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Marc Kissel, has accepted a position with the Department of Anthropology at Appalachian State University.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Emily Dumler-Winckler, has accepted a position with the Department of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University.
Outreach and Communications Coordinator, Laura Donnelly, chosen for two-year program fostering dialogue between religion and science.
Darcia Narvaez, professor of psychology in the Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters and a fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives, has been named one of two winners of the first Expanded Reason Award for research. The award was given by University Francisco de Vitoria and the Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI Vatican Foundation to recognize innovation in scientific research and academic programs based on Benedict XVI’s proposal to broaden the horizons of reason. Narvaez’s book, Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom, was chosen from among more than 360 total entries from 170 universities and 30 countries.
New book edited by Celia Deane-Drummond, Sigurd Bergman, and Markus Vogt.
New project fosters research on the Anthropocene by theologians and scholars of religion.