With Georgia Tech’s strategic goal of graduating good, global citizens, it is my own view that the educational experience Georgia Tech provides its students could be further enhanced by ensuring religious literacy and engaging meaningful dialogue across the boundaries of science, engineering and religion, particularly within the context of interfaith diversity. After all, we live in an ever-flattening global community.
In a moment of great inspiration, I conceived a new course offering for Georgia Tech along these lines, which I am hoping to teach during the spring semester of 2016. The course is titled, “Science, Engineering and Religion: an Interfaith Dialogue.” Details are included below. I would very much welcome your feedback. Thanks.