WKU’s Community Religious Literacy Project has rescheduled its second Interfaith Workshop on Earth Care for April 10-11.
Dr. Whitney Bauman, an assistant professor of Religious Studies at Florida International University, will present Planetary Ethics: An Intergenerational, Unpredictable and ‘Wicked’ Problem at 7 p.m. April 10 at Mass Media and Technology Hall. The evening’s session also will include a panel discussion.
The workshop, which includes several WKU and community sponsors, continues from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 11 at The Presbyterian Church, 1003 State St. The day’s sessions will include presentations and discussions on earth care and climate change.
Registration is $20; $10 for students. To register or for information, contact Dr. Bella Mukonyora at email@example.com or (270) 745-5754. (The workshop had been scheduled for Feb. 20-21 but was postponed due to inclement weather.)
Workshop sponsors include WKU’s Office of Research, Office of Sustainability, Community Religious Literacy Project and Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility; WKU’s departments of Agriculture, Biology, Communication, Diversity & Community Studies, Engineering, English, Geography & Geology, History, Philosophy & Religion, Public Health and Social Work; Sierra Club; WKU Ecology Club; interfaith co-sponsors Am Shalom Jewish Congregation, Christ Episcopal Church, First Christian Church, Grace Church, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Islamic Center, The Presbyterian Church, State Street Baptist Church and Unitarian Universalist Church.
Contact: Bella Mukonyora, (270) 745-5754