February 18, 2017 @ Johns Hopkins University

 

We would like to thank all the students, alumni, faculty members, and other participants for exploring with us the intersection of faith, reason, and vocation from a Christian perspective. We hope you will join us again next year!

2017 PROGRAM In REVIEW

Here is a program with more detailed information about the 2017 symposium.

Keynote Address -- Glass Pavilion

JHU history of science professor Lawrence Principe explored the cooperative interaction between Christianity and science from a historical prospective. 

Breakout Panels -- Glass Pavilion and Sherwood Room

Faculty and alumni in various fields, such as STEM, Public Health, Religious Studies & Humanities, and Medicine, discussed how we live out our faith in our careers.

Networking Lunch -- Glass Pavilion

Participants connected over a catered lunch from Chicken Rico (yum!).

Featured Panel -- Glass Pavilion

The final panel looked forward to how Christians can face the challenges and opportunities of technological developments and environmental concerns.

 

2017 Schedule

2018 SYmposium

Stay tuned for information about next year's event!

Questions?

Don't hesitate to contact us at jhu832society@gmail.com.

 

Get Involved!

The event was sponsored by the newly formed 8:32 Society, in partnership with the Hopkins Dialectic Journal, the Public Health Christian Fellowship, and the Graduate Christian Fellowship.

Want to be part of making this event happen again next year?  Get involved by contacting jhu832society@gmail.com or consider a donation to support symposium costs at www.wonderwe.com/jhufaithconf.

 

Partial funding for this event is provided by the Public Health Student Assembly and the Graduate Representative Organization.