Events (Page 12)

Events (Page 12)

Dec 6, 2017

When Judaism and Science Collide

The leadership of the URJ Sci-Tech Camps, including Rabbi Geoff Mitelman, explore what science can teach us about being Jewish, and what being Jewish teaches us about the world.
Jul 28, 2017

A Rabbi Walks Into a Psychology Class

Rabbi Yaakov Jaffe explores the connections between Judaism and psychology in this weekly Shabbat class at Maimonides Kehillah in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Jun 3, 2017

Does Artificial Intelligence Alter Free Will?

As part of Scientists in Synagogues, Wendell Wallach, of Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics will be speaking at Temple Israel Center of White Plains on Shabbat morning June 3.
May 7, 2017

Is Natural “Better”? Why Do We Prefer the Natural Over the Man-Made?

This project seeks to engage science with Judaism to illuminate the theme of Natural and Man-made. It is part of Scientists in Synagogues, a grass-roots program to offer Jews opportunities to explore the most interesting and pressing questions surrounding Judaism and science.
Feb 26, 2017

Reflections on Science and Jewish Tradition

Roald Hoffmann, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1981, will speak at a public lecture on how he lives in both the scientific and Jewish worlds.