Welcome to the homepage of Washington, DC, chapter of the ASA!
We are a group of Christians in the sciences living in or near Washington, DC. If you are new to the area or interested in exploring questions of science and faith, please check out our group calendar to learn about upcoming events and meet-ups. We usually host a talk quarterly at in Northern Virginia, DC, or Maryland, and eat first nearby.
Recent Recorded Talks:
Video: "The Evolutionary Origins of Genetic Information" by Stephen Freeland on March 4, 2015.
Video: "What Does Science Tell Us About God's Existence?" by Randy Isaac on May 3, 2014.
Video: "The Liturgical Brain: Neuroscience of Habits and Implications for Faith" by Daniel Dorman on April 14, 2018.
NOW AVAILABLE: Recording of theMay 8, 2015 meeting:
8/14/2018Audio/Video and Photo Gallery from the 2018 Annual Meeting
7/24/2018Live Stream of Annual Meeting Plenary Sessions
2/14/2019 » 2/17/2019“Science Transcending Boundaries,” Washington, DC
2/16/2019“Science Engagement with Faith Communities,” Washington, DC
2/17/2019Dialogue on Ethics, Ethics and Religion (DoSER) Workshop, Washington, DC
2/28/2019Reasons to Believe Forum, Covina, CA and streaming
2/28/2019“A.I., Spirituality and Human Flourishing,” Deerfield, IL and streaming