This post was originally published on The Math3ma Institute blog.
On June 9 and 10, 2023, The Math3ma Institute is hosting a two-day symposium at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, California. Registration is now open.
In short, the Math3ma Symposium invites graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and professionals in the sciences throughout academia, industry, and government for a time of fellowship and encouragement as they pursue fidelity to Christ and Scripture in their scientific vocations.
In more detail, this event is targeted at those with vocations in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, which includes a wide range of folks — Ph.D. students, university professors, data scientists, medical professionals, software engineers, research scientists, and others who may work in universities, research institutes, tech companies, national labs, and more.
As noted on the registration page, this symposium is a little different than traditional gatherings for Christians within the sciences, which in the past may focus on apologetics, or the topic of origins, or similar.
Instead, we’re simply inviting faithful Christians who work in a variety of scientific disciplines to join us for an opportunity to meet new friends and engage in fruitful fellowship. Attendees will also be provided an opportunity for dialogue, discussion, and meaningful fellowship through a series of keynote talks and roundtable discussions. In today’s climate, we especially understand that some professionals may feel isolated in their home institutions around the world. By inviting them for a time of refreshment at The Master’s University, we hope to help strengthen and recharge them in their line of work.
I’m looking forward to organizing this event and will be joined by four other speakers:
They each have such tremendous lives, and I’m honored that they have agreed to speak at our event. Many of you may be familiar with Dr. Chou and Dr. MacArthur, but I hope you’ll take some time to get to know Dr. Sullivan and Col. Williams, as well. I’ve shared their biographies below. They’ve been such an encouragement to me already, and I hope you’ll have the opportunity to meet them in person by joining us this June.
My own prayer is that this symposium will be a place where like-minded brothers and sisters in Christ can meet one another and form lasting relationships centered around a common love for the Lord Jesus and shared interests in the sciences. If you know of anyone who may be interested in attending, I hope you’ll share this announcement with them.
And if you’d like to listen to our keynote talks but don’t quite fit in the target audience, then please feel free to join us on livestream. All tickets are now available on the symposium’s official page.
You can register for the symposium, here.
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