So that no one feels like they are the only one in the room, let’s hear from a variety of black scientists.
Let’s talk about Joseph Graves, Jr., the first African American to earn a PhD in evolutionary biology.
[In Unthinkable, Helen] Thomson profiles nine people from all over the world whose subjective experiences of that world push the limits of our ability to communicate about them.
In Friend of Science, Friend of Faith, geologist Gregg Davidson explains how he maintains a simultaneous commitment to the Christian church and the academic science community.
As the church calendar transitions to Epiphany and we remember the journey of the Magi, it is hard to ignore the contemporary parallels as many of our learned men and women find themselves captivated by one particular star.