Scientists in Synagogues: Technological Innovation and the Human Experience

BACK THIS FALL! Scientists in Synagogues: Technological Innovation and the Human Experience

Thursdays, 7:30 – 9pm

All are welcome for this three-part Scientists in Synagogues series. Each evening will consist of an expert presentation from one of the scientists in our congregation, followed by conversations that explore the topics and bring a Jewish lens to the questions we ask.

Cheese, wine, drinks and desserts will be served.

Free to all, and open to the wider community, but please RSVP below to help us plan

October 26: Do I want it? How we find meaning in a technological age – with Mitch Diamond and Rabbi Gurevitz.  Mitch Diamond works in chipset development at INTEL. He has taught STEM courses for girls, and was a guest teacher at our Scientists in Synagogues series for Chai School.

November 2: You’ve got a friend? How Facebook, social media, and our phones are changing how we are wired – with Professor Jori Berger-Greenstein and Rabbi Gurevitz. Jori Berger-Greenstein is Director of Curriculum and Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Graduate Medical Sciences at Boston University’s Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program. Jori was a guest teacher at our Scientists in Synagogues series for Chai School

November 9: Black Swan Events. When the unexpected happens, what’s technology got to do with it, and what do we do next?  – with Ernie Wolshin and Rabbi Gurevitz. Ernie Wolshin is recently retired after a career that began in chemistry research and pharmaceuticals and later, with DELL and others, employed the use of computer systems and platforms to support the healthcare industry.

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