2023 Conference of SCS (SCS2023) on June 2-4 at Seton Hall University.
June 2 at 8:00 pm - June 4 at 3:00 pm
SCS2023, the Sixth Annual Conference of the Society of Catholic Scientists
LIVESTREAM OF DAY 1 (June 3)
LIVESTREAM OF DAY 2 (June 4)
Date and Venue of SCS2023
The sixth annual conference of the Society of Catholic Scientists (SCS2023) will be held on June 2-4, 2023 (Friday evening to Sunday early afternoon) on the campus of Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. The university is located on 58 green acres just 14 miles south of New York City. For travel directions, see below.
The conference theme is “Critical Issues at the Intersection of Science and Faith.” This encompasses a wide range of fields and topics. There will be six invited talks and six contributed talks, the latter being selected from contributed abstracts.
Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Yoav Vaknin (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Paleomagnetic Lab) will speak about the ground-breaking work of the team of physicists and archaeologists, which he spearheaded, that last year confirmed the biblical chronology of several ancient battles that had been questioned by scholars.
St. Albert Award: The 2023 St. Albert Award will be given to Anthony Ichiro Sanda. winner of the highest prize in theoretical particle physics awarded by the American Physical Society. Prof. Sanda writes on the relation of science and faith and is a deacon at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Tokyo.
Travel to the Conference and Parking,
Seton Hall University is easily reached by plane, car, bus or train. Directions for all these means can be found at https://www.shu.edu/visit/directions.cfm Seton Hall University is 18 minutes by car from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and 30 minutes by car from Amtrak’s Metropark Station. It is 30 minutes by car or train from Midtown Manhattan.
A Map of the Seton Hall University Campus can be found HERE. https://www.shu.edu/visit/campus-map.cfm
There will be parking on campus for attendees at the conference.