As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Beth Israel Center is reading “The Sixth Extinction” by Elizabeth Kolbert and participating in discussions about the book.
Tanya Schlam looks at Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a relatively new form of cognitive behavior therapy, through a Jewish lens.
The theme of this year’s Tikkun at Beth Israel Center, part of ongoing Scientists in Synagogues programming, is “Wow in the World: Exploring Science, Scripture, Revelation and Realism.”
For the finale of this series, UNC Assistant Professor Jessica Cohen discusses how our brains interact, react, and adapt.
On four weekday evenings beginning during Pesach, come discuss Close Encounters with Humankind by Sang-Hee Lee, as part of Scientists in Synagogues.
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Dr. Ashlynn Stillwell presents on water and faith communities at Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Campus Center.
Where do religion and science intersect? Please join us for a series of thought-provoking lectures and learning on how tradition influences memory.
Congregation Shir Hadash hosts a program at Lick Observatory in Mount Hamilton, CA.
What happens when scientific findings potentially lead us down ethically troubling roads?
As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Congregation Miskan Tefila brings families together to design their own laser-cut seder plates.