Covalence for May 2017: Learning opportunities aplenty

The 2017 March for Science in Urbana-Champaign. Credit: St. Andrews Lutheran Campus Center in Champaign, IL.

This month we look at what seminarian students learned about theology in spending time at an aquarium with their professor. Reverend William P. Brown’s course in Old Testament took an untraditional route to the end of the semester, which he wrote about in an essay we publish this month.

We also look at what impact citizen scientists, particularly in our churches, may have on research and find out a little more about who won this years’ Templeton Prize.

Enjoy this month’s issue!

Susan Barreto, Editor
Covalence
Relandsci@gmail.com
@LuthCovalence