Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe will be speaking at the Goshen College Religion and Science Conference in 2019, organizers say.
Hayhoe is a professor in the public administration program at Texas Tech University and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech. Her research focuses on developing and applying high-resolution climate projections to evaluate the future impacts of climate change on human society and the natural environment.
The Goshen conference will be held on March 29 through 31 at the College in Goshen, Indiana. The theme of Hayhoe’s lectures have yet to be announced, but the conference includes public lectures on Friday evening and Saturday morning.
First held in 2001, the Goshen conference has hosted well-known religion and science scholars, including Philip Clayton, George Ellis, John Haught, Nancey Murphy and Phil Hefner.