Museum Club

MUSEUM CLUB

for the engaged citizen 55+

- discussions with experts in the humanities, sciences, and current affairs -
- 1st & 3rd Thursdays @ 3pm (upcoming schedule below) -
- FREE for MOI members, $5/session for the public -

JAN 31*

Evolution and Religion: Two Ways of Understanding Life on Our Planet
w/ Dr. Jamie Jensen

Assoc. Prof. of Biology, Brigham Young Univ.

*Special engagement -- details below

FEB 6

A Day in the Life of a CIA Analyst
w/ Jeff Carr

CIA analyst, 2013-17

FEB 20

Minidoka: Japanese-American Incarceration in Idaho
w/ Hanako Wakatsuki-Chong

Chief of Interpretation and Education, Minidoka National Historic Site

MAR 5

ISU Presidential Update
w/ Dr. Kevin Satterlee

President, Idaho State Univ.

MAR 19

Powerful Water and Thirsty Energy: From the White House to CAES
w/ Dr. Noel Bakhtian

Executive Director, Center for Advanced Energy Studies

Friday, January 31 -- 7:00pm

Evolution and Religion: Two Ways of Understanding Life on Our Planet

w/ Dr. Jamie Jensen
Assoc. Prof. of Biology and Principal Investigator of the Reconciling Evolution Project, Brigham Young University

Join a religious scientist who studies the complexities at the intersection of evolution and religion for an evening of learning and thoughtful discussion. Jensen will address questions such as: Do we really have much evidence for human evolution? Can this fit with my religious beliefs? Why do scientists care whether I “accept” evolution?

Free for MOI members / $5 for the public. Tickets also available at the door, if space allows.