The Center for Science & Culture's Research Coordinator, Casey Luskin will be speaking at the Christian Scientific Society's First Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The title of his presentation is "Can Darwin-Doubting Scientists Experience Academic Freedom?"
Since the Kitzmiller v. Dover trial in 2005, there has been a dramatic increase in discrimination against scientists who doubt Darwinism and/or support intelligent design. Mr. Luskin will disclose the negative actions taken against many academics who hold minority scientific views and give advice, tips, and Do's and Don'ts for scientists navigating the tricky waters of academic freedom.
May 17-18, 2013
For further information and registration please see the Christian Scientific Society conference website.
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