2017 Conference: Origins

Talks from our first annual conference, Origins, in April of 2017.

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Keynote Address: “The Origin and Evolution of Universes”. Prof. John D. Barrow (Univ. of Cambridge)

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Invited Lecture: “Why Only Us: The Origin of Human Language”. Prof. Robert C. Berwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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“Process Information: A Novel Communication Theory with Applications to Evolutionary Biology.” Dr. Erick Chastain (Rutgers University)

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“Medieval Ideas of the Multiverse”. Prof. J. Christopher Clemens (University of North Carolina)

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Banquet Address:  “Why Do We Look at the Heavens?” Br. Guy Consolmagno, Director of the Vatican Observatory.

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“Are Probabilities Essential to Inferring Design?” Prof. Robert C. Koons (University of Texas at Austin)

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“The Origin of Evolution: The Interplay of Order and Contingency”. Prof. Daniel Kuebler (Franciscan University of Steubenville)

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“The Catholic Scientist in the Secular World: What is the meaning of our vocation and how does it distinguish us?” Dr. Marisa March (University of Pennsylvania)

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St. Albert Award Lecture: “To Find God in All Things: Grandeur in an Evolutionary View of Life”. Prof. Kenneth R. Miller (Brown University)

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“The Origin and Prevalence of Habitable Worlds”. Prof. Karin Öberg (Harvard University)

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“Science in the Light of the Christian View of the Human Person.” Fr. Joachim Ostermann, O.F.M., Ph.D. (Franciscan Friars of Canada)

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“Georges Lemaître’s Contributions to Cosmology”. Prof. Robert Scherrer (Vanderbilt University)

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