Graduate Student Brown Bag Lunch: How do we wish politicians talked?

Graduate student discussion on religion and science.

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Umrath Hall 116 Washington University in St. Louis

One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO

Religion and science are both important in U.S. politics. When they are brought together, however, the result is too often not good for either science or religion. Join ProSPER and the Center on Religion & Politics to consider constructive possibilities for science and religion in politics.

The Brown Bag Lunches offer an opportunity for graduate students to discuss a variety of topics and to get to know distinguished visitors. Ideas for upcoming lunches are always welcome.